From Forum Freie Lastenräder
We are 170 grass-roots initiatives providing 594 cargobikes to the community for free. Join us and let us improve mobility in the city — together!
What is a „Commons Cargobike“?
- is provided to society based on voluntary donations.
- is a „common good“: to be shared with the community instead of individually owned.
- is advocating for a change in urban transportation, and stands for sustainable mobility.
- promotes neighborhood cooperation: Cafés, private citizens and social facilities are involved and act as pickup locations.
- enables people to try cargo bikes and is a driving force for the adoption of cargo bikes in the city.
More information: What is a Commons Cargobike?
What´s the "Forum Freie Lastenräder" (Union of commons cargobike initiatives)?
Forum Freie Lastenräder („Union of Commons Cargobike initiatives“) is the alliance of 170 local cargo bikesharing initiatives in Germany, Austria and Hungary. With 594 cargobikes and tens of thousands registered users, the „FFL“ is an important part of the bottom-up-mobility transition. We provide a yearly conference, an online knowledge base as well as a custom-built, open-source open-source booking software.
- Start your own initiative! See the Manual
- Join a initiative in your city.
- Meet us at these Events
- Help us with the Translations
- Join the development of our booking software Special:MyLanguage/Commons Booking
- Help us with the Administration and Maintenance of this website.
Discuss and stay in the loop
- Use our bulletin board (currently: german only)
- Join our mailing list (currently: german only).
- Contact the creators and admins of this website.
- Deutscher Lokaler Nachhaltigkeitspreis ZeitzeicheN 2017
- Deutscher Mobilitätspreis 2018
- Deutscher Fahrradpreis 2019
- Kategorie: Pressematerial
- Artikels and Videos Special:MyLanguage/Presse & Medien
- Press enquiries: Special:MyLanguage/Sprecher*innen Forum Freie Lastenräder
Our open-source Wordpress booking plugin "Commons Booking" is available at the Wordpress Plugin directory. Documentation is here