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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. Simply select a Bike Friday model from the list on the right, and you'll get reviews specific to that model.
Posted by: Marilyn and Stan Smith
We bought a Two'sDay in March 1995 when they were really new. We were skeptical, thought it looked funny, but on a test ride, we found it stiffer and more responsive than our '87 Santana Sovereign, not a tandem to sneeze at. We have taken the Two'sDay around the Big Island of Hawaii, to England and to Normandy. It's the fourth bike we've ridden around the rim of Crater Lake and that was the easiest ride we'd ever done there. We don't ride the Santana anymore. Can't bear to part with it, so we keep it for visitors. Our Two'sDay is our preferred tandem. We ride it on club rides on Saturdays, and only take it apart when we're starting a vacation that requires air travel.
Posted by: Tom Ostertag
We've had our Two'sDay for two seasons now and have enjoyed touring with it. The bike works great with a trailer and is more comfortable than either of our other two tandems. We have around 5,000 miles on ours and have yet to either fold it or pack it for travel. That will change this coming April when we take it to visit friends in Virginia. We've ridden the Two'sDay on roads and on gravel bike paths and have had good experience with both. We've named ours the "Purple Passion" for obvious reasons.
The people at Green Gear were very easy to work with and have been great when we've had problems and we've had a couple... new derailleur, new rear wheel, new headset, but we've been treated very well. Customer satisfaction seems to be a major goal for Green Gear.
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Tom and Fran Ostertag
Posted by: Judy Dumm
Nova Scotia is a marvelous place to bicycle because there are few cars and lots of backroads. However, it is also difficult to bicycle into all the various areas as the province is much larger than we had expected. By folding our tandem and sliding it under the luggage compartment on the bus, we were able to see much more of the country than we would have otherwise. We were so glad we had our folding tandem rather than our "limo," a Cannondale tandem. If you would like further information about travel tips for Nova Scotia, please contact us.