The prototype S-cargo is designed to connect to a standard bike in place of the front wheel, creating a three-wheeled carrier for children, groceries and gear.
The S-cargo is attached to bike by removing the front wheel, installing the mounting system, and then locking the carrier into place. Upon arrival at the destination, the carrier can be removed and wheeled along by its handle, creating a convenient cargo dolly or stroller. Currently, the prototype features a canvas pack, but designer Ofir Yadan envisions other add-ons such as a child seat or even a motor and battery—creating an ebike.
Yadan is continuing to develop the prototype, which won first place in the Sikun Vebinuii Green Innovation Design Competition and is now part of the Israel Design Museum collection of excellent academic projects. He can be contacted via the Coroflot website.