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Just zis Guy, you know? May 4th 05 11:05 AM

Friday's child
 
OK, we reviewed the available offerings and decided that for the best
balance of performance, convenience, adaptability and fitting in the
corner of the kitchen, the winner of the Which Tandem competition is:

http://www.foldingbikes.co.uk/bf_tandem_twos_day.htm

Great, but expensive. Worth it, though, as it should last us a long
time. We did toy with the idea of a Pino but decided that it was just
that bit less convenient. One day...

Guy
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David Martin May 4th 05 12:54 PM

On 4/5/05 11:05 am, in article ,
"Just zis Guy, you know?" wrote:

OK, we reviewed the available offerings and decided that for the best
balance of performance, convenience, adaptability and fitting in the
corner of the kitchen, the winner of the Which Tandem competition is:

http://www.foldingbikes.co.uk/bf_tandem_twos_day.htm

Great, but expensive. Worth it, though, as it should last us a long
time. We did toy with the idea of a Pino but decided that it was just
that bit less convenient. One day...


I was thinking 'that looks nice' then realised what I had thought was the
stock code number was in fact the price..

Now, I have one Dawes Kingpin in the garage. If I can find another shopper
bike, maybe I can build 'orgi'..

...d


JohnB May 4th 05 08:33 PM

"Just zis Guy, you know?" wrote:

OK, we reviewed the available offerings and decided that for the best
balance of performance, convenience, adaptability and fitting in the
corner of the kitchen, the winner of the Which Tandem competition is:

http://www.foldingbikes.co.uk/bf_tandem_twos_day.htm

Great, but expensive. Worth it, though, as it should last us a long
time.


Last time I rode one it seemed rather flexible.
I hope the newer versions have overcome this. Its a great concept.

John B


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