As practical as cargo bikes are, they tend to look like the station wagons of the bicycle world. Japanese bike company Daga just rethought the idea and emerged with the Stroke, a three-wheeled version that changes the layout and geometry, as well as the power source. One electric motor drives the two front wheels, while a separate rear motor takes care of the back wheel, along with pedal power. The storage is housed within the ingenious hoop frame keeping the bike highly stable even when loads get heavy. There’s also a removable “trunk” storage binnacle that can roll just like luggage. The width of the bike is the same as a standard two-wheeler’s handlebars, so you don’t have to worry about the dimensions. The bike also leans like a regular bike and keeps all the wheels planted in the process. Who’s the rapid beast of burden now?