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US e-cargo bike brand strikes deal with velofix

Electric cargo bikes brand CERO has today announced a partnership with velofix, North America’s largest fleet of mobile bike shops, to reach more customers in select markets across the US.

After a successful IndieGoGo campaign in 2017, the company has since launched its first model, the CERO One. CERO turned to velofix to deliver ready-made bikes to the customer’s doorstep. velofix’s fleet of mobile bike shops is located throughout the United States.

The partnership is effective immediately and consumers are able to select the Velofix service option when ordering a CERO One bicycle directly from the brand’s website.

“Our vision is to see communities across the nation living sustainably. The CERO one provides our customers with the opportunity to transition away from their standard household vehicle and utilise bikes as their primary mode of transportation,” said Kiyoshi Iwai, founder of CERO. “Now, through our partnership with velofix, we’re able to reach more of our customers and continue to provide them with the quality service they deserve.”

“We’re proud to partner with some of the best bikes brands on the market and deliver a wide variety of bikes suited for every occasion,” added velofix co-founder Chris Guillemet. “As families are increasingly looking for alternative modes of transportation, we’re happy to now offer the CERO One electric cargo bike and deliver these custom bikes to their doorsteps.”

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