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  • NIHOLA FAMILY BOX COVER FOR NIHOLA CARGO BIKE
  • NIHOLA FAMILY BOX COVER FOR NIHOLA CARGO BIKE
  • NIHOLA FAMILY BOX COVER FOR NIHOLA CARGO BIKE

NIHOLA

BOX COVER - FAMILY, DOG & REHAB

$359.99 CAD

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We currently have 1 in stock.

The Nihola Family is a versatile little bike and if you are using it to do large grocery shop or carry your tools to work without your kids then the addition of a Box Cover will ensure all the cargo you're carrying will stay safe, dry, away from prying eyes and right where it should be.

Constructed from heavy-duty water-resistant nylon with a perfect fit for any Nihola Family, Dog or Rehab. The box cover is easy to attach and remove when necessary using secure eylets and can be folded up and kept in a pocket until you need it.

  • Box Cover - Keeps your box contents away from prying eyes
  • Constructed from tough water-resistant nylon
  • Secure metal eyelet and post fitting
  • Installs in seconds
  • Protects cargo from wind and rain
  • Prevents cargo from jumping out the box on bumpy terrain
  • Compatible with the Nihola Family, Nihola Dog and the Nihola Rehab
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We use UPS in the USA and either UPS, Purolator, Canpar or Canada Post within Canada. Orders may take 1-2 business days to process. A tracking number will be provided by email. US Customers are c harged 5.5% for duties (it appears as "Federal Tax" in your checkout ) on all items, but you are not charged either US or Canadian tax, since neither are legally applicable . In other words, we charge 5.5% duty to all US orders, we pre-pay the duties to US customs (so you don't have to deal with them ), and you don't pay a cent of tax. Not a bad deal, especially considering the strength of the US dollar!

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NIHOLA COMPANY PROFILE: Nihola was created in 1998 after Dutch mechanical engineer Niels Holme Larson (hence Ni Ho La) attended a bike exhibition in the heart of Copenhagen. The following day, a critic from the Danish newspaper Politiken concluded that bicycles would only be able to compete against cars when they could transport two children and groceries at the same time. After reading the article and review, Niels decided to build such a bike, resulting in the now well-known Nihola bikes.
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