Bike Friday Family Tandem Bike

Bike Friday Family Tandem Bike

Starting At $1,675

BUILD THIS BIKE

This is the most practical Bike Friday called the Family Tandem, this Bike Fits Your Family and Fits in Small Places which is a huge plus when tandems are not normally small.

You love the concept of a bicycle built for two. You want to share the experience of riding as well as the workload with a great bike that fits both you and your companion. Share the ride & the adventure; your bike packs into two TravelCases to take it anywhere in the world.

Details:

  • Built to fit your body for both the Captain and the Stoker
  • Disassembles for easy storage and transport into a space 30x22x16” (76x56x41cm)
  • Adjustable stoker stem option allows different sized friends to ride with you (shown with optional stoker stem)
  • Low step over height easier for smaller riders to get on and off
  • 2016 frame is designed as an upgraded lighter and full custom version
Example Family Tandem Designs*:
Simple fun for flat roads
Comes with: 8 speeds, flat handlebars, v-brakes, grip shifters, 1.75 inch tires for relaxed comfortable rides.
Starting at $1,650
For Recreation and Family Fun
Comes with: 24 speeds, flat handlebars, v-brakes, grip shifters, 1.75 inch Kontact tires, saddle and pedals ready to ride.
Starts at $2,960
For Adventure and Touring
Comes with: 24 speeds, 2 position handlebars in front, Disc. brakes, trigger shifters, 1.5 inch Kenda Kwest tires, saddle and pedals ready for serious distance.
Starts at $3,500
* If you are looking for something specific we can likely build it for you, just contact us and tell us what you want.

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by Larry and Jo Hodgin on Family Tandem
cross country tour

We left Eugene on July 27, 2017 astride our purple grape family tandem. Our panniers, front/rear/frame,viscacha seat bag were full and we carried two smart water bottles underneath the stoker frame. The 106 degree temps were tough through the Eastern Oregon hills, but the cooler temps in Idaho were nice. The smoke/fires in Montana led us to change our routing. Nebraska gave us wide shoulders and tail winds. Iowa gave us narrow rough roads with cattle truck traffic. Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio provided bike trails and cooler weather. Pennsylvania gave us the Montour trail and theGreat Alleghany Passage. Maryland found us on the C&O towpath that led to the W&OD rail trail to our home in Annandale, Virginia. 85 riding days with camping, motels, hostels, back yards, and one camping trailer provided our sleeping needs. City parks are much nicer than rv parks, and stealth camping options were more available in the West.
Our Family tandem was built with a dyno front hub with drag brake option which worked flawlessly. The internal three speed rear hub was a delight. Our H bar handlebars gave us the Multi position so needed for long days. We ran 1.75 Schwalbe tires and had only one flat. The purple grape color attracted much attention..or was it the two senior riders? hmm.

by Philip Clarke on Family Tandem
Traveler Tandem

Over the years we have ridden four different tandems, including a Bike Friday Tandem Twosday and now we decided to start Tandeming again and we are really happy with our new Travel Tandem. We just got back from our first adventure on this tandem, three weeks of riding in France and Italy and we are really impressed with this bike, wow. We rode on the Amalfi coast in Italy and on the island of Corsica and the bike did extremely well up a lot of hills and in some crazy traffic. We are now looking for more places to ride this great tandem.

by Hal on Family Tandem
Life, and bike are good

Twice to Europe. Many times in the back of the Sienna, across country. We gave up on the full size Tandem for our city tours. No bike is easy to take apart, and reassemble. But we did it. At 80, we enjoy our local jaunts, and occasional 20 miler. Life, and bike are good.

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FEATURES

Versatile

Adjustable so it can fit two adults or an adult and a child

Quality-Ride

Built to ride a lifetime of thousands miles over mountains and valleys

Packable

Disassembles easily to fit into two Samsonite TravelCases

Bike Friday Family Tandem Bike GALLERY

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by Larry and Jo Hodgin on Family Tandem
cross country tour

We left Eugene on July 27, 2017 astride our purple grape family tandem. Our panniers, front/rear/frame,viscacha seat bag were full and we carried two smart water bottles underneath the stoker frame. The 106 degree temps were tough through the Eastern Oregon hills, but the cooler temps in Idaho were nice. The smoke/fires in Montana led us to change our routing. Nebraska gave us wide shoulders and tail winds. Iowa gave us narrow rough roads with cattle truck traffic. Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio provided bike trails and cooler weather. Pennsylvania gave us the Montour trail and theGreat Alleghany Passage. Maryland found us on the C&O towpath that led to the W&OD rail trail to our home in Annandale, Virginia. 85 riding days with camping, motels, hostels, back yards, and one camping trailer provided our sleeping needs. City parks are much nicer than rv parks, and stealth camping options were more available in the West.
Our Family tandem was built with a dyno front hub with drag brake option which worked flawlessly. The internal three speed rear hub was a delight. Our H bar handlebars gave us the Multi position so needed for long days. We ran 1.75 Schwalbe tires and had only one flat. The purple grape color attracted much attention..or was it the two senior riders? hmm.

by Philip Clarke on Family Tandem
Traveler Tandem

Over the years we have ridden four different tandems, including a Bike Friday Tandem Twosday and now we decided to start Tandeming again and we are really happy with our new Travel Tandem. We just got back from our first adventure on this tandem, three weeks of riding in France and Italy and we are really impressed with this bike, wow. We rode on the Amalfi coast in Italy and on the island of Corsica and the bike did extremely well up a lot of hills and in some crazy traffic. We are now looking for more places to ride this great tandem.

by Hal on Family Tandem
Life, and bike are good

Twice to Europe. Many times in the back of the Sienna, across country. We gave up on the full size Tandem for our city tours. No bike is easy to take apart, and reassemble. But we did it. At 80, we enjoy our local jaunts, and occasional 20 miler. Life, and bike are good.

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