What's also odd is that you already explained how you arrived at owning a Faiv Hoogar whilst living in the US. :Odd that I own mine in Washington State then I guess. There are services that you can buy anything in Europe and have it sent anywhere else.
Hi, did you get your Faiv Hoogar whilst in Europe?BBassett said:
Steel frame, 26 X 2" wheels (32 spoke front/36 spoke rear), disc brakes (minimum 180mm), full air suspension, integral rear rack, suspended front rack, Rohloff Speed-hub, dynamo front hub, a great front light, 1000W mid-drive w/throttle, center-stand, fenders, mirrors, full set of water-proof panniers and bar bag(s), 2 X 30Ah lithium packs, single wheel suspension trailer, 300W folding solar panel, and whatever toys you need to stay comfortable, i.e., a Fugoo XL Bluetooth waterproof speaker an absolute must for me. This is my definition of ideal.
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Sep 2, 2019
I had the bike built and shipped from Germany, the Hoogar was an option. After a few thousand miles I had it modified to work better with Arkle locking hinges and love it! Then I crushed it and am now riding the couch as it is rebuilt and hopefully even better than it was.