Can a E-Bike REPLACE your car?

So about a month ago I did a review of the Vanmoof S3 e-bike and I ended up riding it every day and everywhere. I put in some serious miles and it definitely helped handle some of my weekly errands. It got me thinking: Can a cargo e-bike like this Yuba Mundo replace my car?Let’s see how the Yuba Mundo handles a day of errands, a heavy payload and, of course, dating.Written and Presented By: Evan Lee Miller Produced By: Evan Lee Miller► Subscribe & hit the 🔔 for more Roadshow videosVisit us online at Twitter @Roadshow : IG @RoadshowAutos : Facebook:’t miss our next video! Hit the 🔔#Yuba #Mundo #EbikeRV20STACK


  1. Good video just a little bit of racism about the potatoes

  2. 1- That’s an expensive bike.

    2- Come to Phoenix in the summer.

  3. Bicycles belong. Healthy exercise, fossil fuels free transportation and great for social distancing.
    Cities need to do more to encourage people to ride bicycles by providing more protected bike lanes.
    Children and older adults need to be able to ride safely to work, school or for fun.

  4. You can rent an SUV at enterprise if you're going camping

  5. good video, but man what an expensive bike.

  6. But you're clickbait says replace. Unless you live somewhere that you have great public transportation or must park and still walk a long way to the building, the best you can hope for is for it to supplement your car.

  7. I think it fair to consider the risk of serious injury or death riding a bike vs driving a car especially in an urban environment.

  8. No, not unless you live in Communist China…. Oh wait! 🤔😱😫

  9. Awesome! Let me know when they are $800.

  10. thank god he had a white board.

  11. Spider webs on your car gang! 👍🏾

  12. Just get a Honda scooter instead if your spending $5000

  13. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

  14. Holy moly, that bike cost significantly more than my 2010 Honda Fit…

  15. It has almost the same carry capacity as a Prius. I think a 2015 Prius has a max passenger+cargo capacity of 800lbs.

  16. Zero percent chance this makes it for two years without getting stolen while parked outside when shopping. And if you don’t have the ability to bring the 80lb bike inside of your home I think that will be even worse.

    Bikes don’t last locked up outside. Bikes vanish from locked house garages. Bikes vanish from bike storage at parking garages and apartment bike parking.

  17. OK….saw something similar below…..Did you look at the Rad Runner @ 1700 USD ?…..not a "mid-drive" but much less expensive with all the cargo and passenger carrying capacity. It's also a Class 2 so you can use the throttle to move quickly from a dead stop (great feature if you have a passenger or a heavy load). I looked at many e-bikes and finally settled on the 2020 Rad Rover Fat Tire (I live beachside in FL). My biggest concern is that after the COVID sales bump, how many e-bike companies ("real" companies not just re-seller/re-badgers) wil survive in what looks to be a competitive market? Rad-branded bikes, while not the most feature rich or stylish are built like tanks and importantly, use many off-the-shelf parts like motors, controllers, displays etc. The aftermarket for parts and upgrades exists now and is growing so I can continue to improve my Rad for years to come.

  18. Man up, lose the E-system. Get a bomb proof mountain bike with low gears and a Burley cargo trailer. You'll be able to haul way more stuff. Exponentially more environmental benefits, much less expensive, plus you'll be stronger and healthier.👍

  19. All this effort to see how useless is a bike compared to a car….. people are officially dumb.

  20. I bet it cost less than a thousand bucks for the company to build that.🤦‍♂️

  21. 46 month out of the year? No problem boblem. Yeah ik you meant weeks and youre right xD
    But for 5k, thats 60% of what i paid for my car. And my car has insure and isnt as easy to steal^^
    I mean im not against it, actually i try to do as much for the environment as i can and i find it great if you can replace your car with an e bike 🙂

  22. Great video, a lot of good talking points on utilizing an e-bike; a bit expensive though. Sorry to go on a tangent, however if you own your own home why not add a system to filter your own water to save all those water jug trips?

  23. Can you take it on BART?

  24. Also if you live in a walkup it would be difficult to get it up and down the stairs.

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