We are selling lots Recumbents in NYC for sale
Ti Rotator Pursuit / with Rotator Fairing!
Bikes are in NYC but we can ship!
Here’s one of our amazing tandems as seen on SNL’
Small Haul NYC – Under Cover… Bent riders in NYC come down and give the Ragtop a try.
Really makes riding in the rain much less of a challenge!
Nice and Cozy!
Call the number on the rear of box to reach Small Haul NYC @ the Urban Mobility Project!
Come with your bent and take the Ragtop for a spin!
You can purchase your Ragtop right here!
Three island hop right here in NYC!
Tearing Jackson away from baseball isn’t easy!
It’s a great way to escape the city. We ferried from Pier 11 to Dumbo and rode the new bikeway to Red Hook for lunch on the Fairway patio overlooking NY Harbor!
We got a great bonus The Queen Mary was in town. We were able to ride right up to her without one tourist in sight!
The Terminal in Red Hook
Bikeway to Fairway
Since it was a cloudy day there was hardly a wait at the Governor’s Island ferry from Brooklyn so we decided to go over, loop the island and come home for free!
Governors Island is much more fun on a cloudy day, seems to keep the crowds away. I think our next ferry adventure will be the Kent Avenue bikeway in Williamsburg!
Really thrilled to have such a great way to exit the city with kids!
Can’t say for sure. All we got were photos and no story sent to us.
Added a couple more to Martha’s gallery.
I have acquired a KIDS Recumbent bikeE, set up by Johannes at North East Recumbents (no longer in biz).
Since I have this great Bent – I’m offering to teach any children to ride for free!
BTW – it can also accommodate small adults!
In just two lessons he was riding with complete confidence on the Hudson River Bikeway!
It may be hot, hot, hot in the Baked Apple today, but this cool rig keeps me out of the sun.
Of course I jumped on my bike and caught up to see who, what, where…
A couple from France, Angelique & Lionel starting their World Tour in NYC! This was their last ride in NYC before hitting the road, they were on the way to see the Statue of Liberty one more time before exiting Manhattan, not that easy with this rig. Of course I wanted to help as much as I could. Only Angelique spoke English so I pulled them over to look at maps and show them the way to the George Washington Bridge. Realizing it would be a major headache for them to cross the GW with the hairpin turns on the ramp and around the towers. They’d have to disconnect the trailer and walk around each turn. They also planned to go around the bottom of Manhattan and enjoy a trip to the GW on the east side bikeway, NOT! I also knew they would have lots of problems exiting the west side bikeway with the insane killer hills and bridge that crosses the Henry Hudson Parkway at the north end!
I hope I convinced them to take NY Waterways Ferry to Weehawken and ride north to RT 9W and on to Niagara Falls.
They plan on being on the road for three years! We exchanged info and I wished them a great trip.
You can follow them at their blog here… FrogTandem
I heard from them via email they are in Pine Bush, NY.
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