Larry vs Harry eBullitt review: the ultimate cargo-carrying machine

Cargo bikes are taking off in a big way and it’s easy to see why. With a compact eMotor and plenty of load space, the eBullitt makes a tempting proposition, (image credit: The Gear Loop)
The Harry vs Larry eBullitt is unique in so much that the frame incorporates the cargo area. This helps it carry a payload of up to 180kg. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
The complete bike weighs around 28kg, electric motor and all, but it somehow feels lighter when riding. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
Customers can add all manner of options to the front load area, from foldable seats to large storage tubs, but all ebikes come with lights and more. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
While we predominantly carried iSUP and kite boarding kit, the load area also doubled as a great place for the kids to sit on the ride to school. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
This test bike benefitted from external Shimano XT 11-speed Di2 electric gearing, alongside the Shimano STePS electric propulsion system. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
Several riding modes allow the most to be eked out the battery. Official range is pegged at 110km (68-miles) but we often opted for Boost Mode for full power. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
Load up the front with heavy items and the additional weight is barely noticeable thanks to the 60N/m of torque provided by Shimano’s STePS system. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
The eBullitt makes a strong argument for ditching the car in favour of something that doesn’t require tax, can be parked anywhere and dispatches of traffic. (image credit: The Gear Loop)