$4395* - Complete bike.  
A complete bike has all parts pre-installed and adjusted by me.  The bike is partially disassembled for shipping, some basic assembly 
is required. The assembly is easy and requires no special bike tools.  *shipping not included (domestic shipping to your front door is approximately $300)
$2930* - Frame/fork only.
CETMA Cargo bikes are built for standard mountain bike parts, so it's feasible to use most parts from a mountain bike to outfit a CETMA Cargo frame.  You can save hundreds of dollars by outfitting your frame yourself.  If you choose to do this, I can provide a list of everything you'll need, including a few oddball items (a tandem front brake cable, for example).  *shipping not included (domestic shipping to your front door is approximately $300)
$925 - Non-refundable minimum deposit required to start a bike. Pay the rest later.
I accept two-part payments, it's not necessary to pay entirely up front. You can choose to pay an initial non-refundable $925 deposit and the rest later. The remainder must be paid before I powder-coat your bike.  


Domestic shipping
It costs approximately $300 to deliver a CETMA Cargo bike to your front door (in the continental US). This includes the cost of building the crate and packing the bike safely. I personally build all shipping crates and carefully pack all bikes for shipping. You're welcome to make your own shipping arrangements or pick up your bike in person.  I can meet you halfway when my schedule allows.
International shipping
I'm willing to ship bikes anywhere. Email me for a shipping quote and include as much info about your destination as possible. Include your shipping address and commercial/residential status. It's cheaper to ship to a commercial address, so consider that. Are you seeking front door delivery? Can you pick up at the nearest international airport? Are you willing to wait a month for ocean shipping or do you seek faster service? All of these things affect the quote.
Personal delivery
When my schedule allows, and considering the destination, I'm willing to deliver bikes in person.  I often have bikes going to the same region, so it's not inconvenient to put them in a car and drop them off.  For instances like these, the shipping cost is $300.  I've delivered bikes to Austin, San Francisco, Central California, Portland, Seattle, and Los Angeles.  For me, delivering this way makes sense. I can meet my customers in person, side-step the crate-building, and take a short vacation.
Lead time
Build times vary depending on my backlog, powder-coat time, etcetera. Contact me for a more accurate ETA.