We are incredibly excited to announce that we have won an award at the Good Design Awards 2016, over in Australia! We are very proud of all the hard work that has been put into this disruptive piece of agritech and are honoured to have received this award. The Ubco journey has been an exciting one, and we don’t expect that to stop any time soon! So watch this space, we’ve got a game-changer here! Read More
The Ubco Electric Bike seems poised to revolutionize the industry. Finally a dirt bike has been developed that serves a practical purpose after you stop riding it—besides being a tempting target for thieves.
The New Zealand bike maker has developed its Ubco 2×2 so it can charge your electronics and run power tools. It’s seen as ideal for farmers, emergency personnel and others who need to reach places that cars and generators can’t go. Read More
Developed in New Zealand by Ubco Ltd, the 2×2 is built around a lightweight Super-X step-through frame. Made from 7000 series aluminum alloy, this sturdy structure can support a load of up to 200 kg (441 lb). That translates to a lot of gear on top of the rider’s weight. Read More
The UBCO Utility Bike is crafted by a design duo from New Zealand by the names of Anthony Clyde and Daryl Neal who have worked in the e-bike industry for a number of years now and decided to join forces to create the UBCO. Read More
We decided to enter Ubco into the product design category and we are excited to announce that we have been named as a finalist in the 2015 Best Awards! A huge pat on the back to the Ubco team. You can check out our entry here.
With brush-mounted electric motors planted in the hub of each of its wheels, the UBCO 2WD electric cargo bike from New Zealand offers superior power, performance, and traction- but is really enough to redefine the way people work and play outdoors?
The bike’s makers- designers Anthony Clyde and Daryl Neal- certainly hope so, since redefining such-and-such is literally their stated goal. Still, it’s worth noting that there are very few all-electric bikes that are Read More
Timothy Allan, director of Tauranga’s Locus Research, was so impressed by the prototype unveiled at last year’s Mystery Creek Fieldays that his firm has invested in the team’s new venture, the Utility Bike Company (Ubco). Read More