Nihola bikes arrive TODAY

This is our I Nihola LA t-shirt design I cooked up. Hat tip to Team Midnight Ridazz.

This is our "I Nihola LA" t-shirt design I cooked up. Hat tip to Team Midnight Ridazz.

We’re expecting a container of Nihola Family Cigar bikes at our shop today at 2 p.m. Follow us on twitter at “flyingpigeonla” as we take photos to document the whole thing as much as possible.

If you’d like a closer look at what a Nihola bike is, here is a clip from the Toronto Green Living Expo in 2008 featuring our sister Nihola dealer in North America, Curbisde Cycles.

The Nihola Family Cigar will retail for $3,299 for the 5-speed version and $3,499 for the 7-speed version, includes a rain hood (limited color selection available) and amenities for securing kids inside the carriage. Thanks to Jim (see comments below) for asking!

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  1. Jim
    Posted January 14, 2010 at 11:56 pm | Permalink

    How much are these bikes?

  2. Posted January 15, 2010 at 12:58 am | Permalink

    Jim, we’ve added the pricing info in the post above. It was hard to price these correctly without knowing what sort of final costs we’d pay in duties and fees.

  3. vicki
    Posted April 28, 2010 at 8:19 am | Permalink

    HI everybody

    I am from Denmark, like the Nihola bike. I have had my bike for 3 years and I love it. It freedom on 3 wheels. As long as you can chair it to something you can park it anyway. You can have 3 children in there, or a lager dog, for a quick trip to the park. Or your shopping. It can take up to 150 ponds i weight, and because of the styring it fells like a land rover.
    It is so bad being green with a Nihola bike. And I donĀ“t get paid to tell you this.

  4. Laila Andersen
    Posted May 27, 2010 at 11:53 pm | Permalink

    You should definately check out the danish “Mobii” cargo bike as well!!!
    It very similar to the Nihola, but the design is cooler, it comes in various colours and you can get different prints to stick on the “box”. And it’s frame is very low which means you don’t have to lift your legs very much when getting on the bike – and the front opens.
    Just thought you should know ;- )
    Laila, Denmark.

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