Re: footsies and more
- Drew, thanks much. That's exactly what I was thinking of.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, N A <shringara2@...> wrote:
> Here are a couple of shots to look at. A tandem stoker
> stem is probably going to be your best bet.
> San Diego
> --- Phil Good-Elliott <poppamando@...> wrote:
> > Hello, all. I'm considering buying an SUB
> > FreeRadical and wondered if anyone has used the
> > Footsie add-ons. I have a 6 y/o son who's a bit on
> > the smallish side and his feet probably
> > wouldn't reach down to the Footsies. I've also
> > wondered if anyone's considered making an
> > add-on handlebar attachment. I could see something
> > that would attach to the seatpost,
> > extend back and up from the seatpost and end in a
> > smallish handlebar to allow for a
> > secure grip for the passenger. I could see my kid
> > holding on and feeling pretty secure,
> > versus grabbing onto the snapdeck. He currently
> > rides a trail-a-bike when I take him to
> > Kindergarten.
> > I now live about a mile from my work and commute by
> > bike most days, even through our
> > Northern Indiana winters. Before taking my new job
> > in August of '05, I drove at least an
> > hour's round trip for 14 years. I'm really ready to
> > be done with car commuting.
> > Thanks a bunch,
> > Phil
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