We absolutely will!
We're a small company that is almost exclusively direct to customer.
Having that open line of communication to the people using the bike on a daily basis is key, and we've made lots of improvements over the years because of it!
The 2 issues on paths are:
1. If it's narrow, could be difficult for cyclist riding the opposite way to pass, without going onto the grass, as the Bunch Bike is taking up a lot of the real estate.
2. Maneuvering a 90 degree intersection of 2 narrow sidewalk/paths. The turning radius isn't...
We have a lot of customers who aren't experienced cyclists. You don't need crazy leg muscles to ride the bike.
Court quoted the mom at the end of the video saying she usually only kept it in PAS 2 or 3.
Up an extended hill, in PAS 5, you'll be working a bit, but it's really not that bad on...
I personally really enjoy riding the tilting trikes, like the Babboe you shared.
From customers I've talked to who have had the opportunity to try both, they have a polarizing reaction to the tilting feeling. Some hate it, and like the stability of it not tilting at all, and find they prefer...
It definitely helps.
You still have to slow way down for the turns, and won't be taking them at speed like you could on a bike, or on a tilting trike/quad.
The tradeoff, is that it's easy to load up, get going from a stop, with kids in tow. Works great for the right use case... it's a...
Shipping cost isn't too bad, depending on where you live. And it's actually getting better really soon, as we just switched shipping carriers and reduced our rates quite a bit.
Our biggest challenge right now is shipping costs to the North East. It's much higher than everywhere...