Read what our customers SAY about Bike Friday
It’s all here. Raves and rants, kudos and krankiness from Bike Friday owners everywhere. We want to hear it all. And we share it with anyone who is interested.
The opinions expressed here are from Bike Friday owners who have chosen to share their views. Many are clearly thrilled with their bikes. Some offer us insight on possible improvements.
But everyone is sharing their experience. And we are grateful for the opportunity to learn.
Simply select a Bike Friday model from the list on the right, and you'll get reviews specific to that model. If you want to read it all, just dig in.
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Posted by: Richard Drdul
In addition to my Bike Friday, I own or have owned a recumbent single, a recumbent tandem, an upright tandem, a full-suspension MTB, a rigid MTB, a road bike and a folding bike (and one day a unicycle!). If I could only own one bike, it would be my Bike Friday AirLlama. It offers the best all-round riding experience of any bike.
Sure, it isn't as comfortable as a recumbent on a 200km ride, and sure it isn't as good as a full-suspension MTB on technical trails, but it is damn comfortable for an upright and it is surprisingly good on moderate off-road trails. It eats up small bumps, accelerates from a traffic signal like a bat out of hell, and handles as well as any bike. And because it allows me to take a bike to places I otherwise wouldn't be able to, it enhances my riding experience like no other bike can.
Posted by: Rainer Tribowski
I prefer using my Bike Friday for short trips with train and bike. I don't have to get a ticket for my BF and I can take every train. My Pocket Llama is good for road and off-road trips (depending on the tires) up to 150 km a day. My BF is also first choice when I travel with small luggage for journeys with longer distance. Until now, I never used the TravelTrailer for my luggage because I like to ride faster with my BF (80 km/h downhill on roads in the Pyrenees) and less luggage on my rear rack.
Posted by: Jim Nash
My first trip with my Llama that I had set up for touring was my best biking experience to date. With my trailer loaded with snorkel gear and a soft cooler, my first stop was a nearby open market to stock up on the island's excellent food. Throw in ice, juice and water, I then would pedal off in any direction of paradise I pleased. After two weeks of heaven I am now back in cool wet and windy Seattle. I am open to any ideas for some more budget oriented biking adventure this winter ASAP! Happy Biking.