Thursday, January 3, 2008

Advertiser Spotlight: Family Bike

The Family Cycle

This is the three-wheeled recumbent cycle used by Caribbean and Mediterranean luxury resorts, and preferred for its sturdy frame that comfortably supports two adults and has extra space for two children or several shopping bags, allowing a family of four to enjoy gentle, smooth touring.

Unlike typical tandem bicycles, this single-speed side-by-side cycle has two sets of independent pedals that provide optimal pedal power relative to each pedaler's leg strength, instead of the "one-size-fits-all" pedal cycle circumference which lesser bicycles use.

Each softly padded seat has 2" of temper foam, and can be independently adjusted to fit different pedaler heights for maximum comfort, which the recumbent position gently eases pedalers into an ideal recline for lower back comfort that makes it easier to enjoy longer rides.

The recumbent design also ensures a low center of gravity for reliable and consistent stability through turns, while the omni-directional tiller bar allows either the right or left pedaler to deftly guide the front wheel. The three inflatable tires have high-traction treads supported by solid aluminum spokes, and independent coaster brakes provide confident stops without the need for excessive pushing or leaning.

A removable rear-facing jump seat behind the rear axle accommodates two 80-lb. children or six grocery sacks, and adjustable seat belts ensure young riders sit securely, or shopping bags won't slide or topple. The entire frame is tough 16-gauge steel powder-coated for maximum resistance to the elements, ensuring a lifetime of use. And adjustable, removable vinyl canopy provides shade for all riders. Maximum load is 500 lbs. 64" L x 96" H x 36" W. (210 lbs.) ($150)

The Family Cycle.

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1 comment:

Madcyclists Blog said...

Tandem Bicycles - Tandems (Tandeming) is great fun, cant wait to get out on mine again