Below you’ll find some of the nitty-gritty questions we often are asked about our pedicab. Even more answers to many of your questions can be found by checking out our pedicab’s features. And of course, if you can’t find your answer here on this site, please drop us a line directly and we can answer any other questions you may have!
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We’d love to hear it! We will try our best to accommodate.
Yes, we offer a $150 per bike discount if you buy between 5-9 bikes, at one time. We offer an even better discount of $300 off per bike, if you buy 10 or more bikes at one time.
Yes, we work with two different 3rd party finance companies. Reach out to us and we can run you through the steps to apply. We have a relationship with these companies so as soon as they give us the go-ahead for an order, we can begin building your Pedicab.
Man has reinvented the wheel! The front wheel that is… We are proud to announce that all of our models are now offered with an Electric Assist option. We offer a couple different E-Assist options, please inquire for more info on what model is best suited for your needs.
No, the bikes do not come with batteries. We recommend you purchase from a local battery store or on Amazon. We recommend a sealed-lead acid battery (SLA) 12A, 12V battery, with “F2” terminals, for use with our Pedicabs.
Sure do! Give us a call or send us an email for more information!
Our bikes can be shipped via freight, or by pickup if you feel like making the beautiful drive to Missoula, MT. When shipping a bike via freight, we crate the bike on a pallet 95% assembled.
Our electrical system is comprised of waterproof ultra-bright LED lights (the same ones used on semi trucks!), an easy to hook up 3-part wiring harness, and an aluminum battery box that features an on/off switch and USB charging ports. The lights include:
The wiring harness is broken down into 3 parts:
Your Serial number can be found where the keel tube meets the seat tube, just behind where the front derailleur attaches to the frame.
Polycarbonate is a material that requires specific care in order to prolong its life. Refer to this guide in order to clean your polycarbonate panels. Due to the chemical reactions that polycarbonate has to certain cleaners and ingredients, refer to this guide (link to approved sealant guide) for which sealants are compatible with polycarbonate. (PLEASE NOTE: many common, commercial cleaners will deteriorate the polycarbonate. Mild soaps like Joy and Palmolive mixed with water are best cleaning solutions for cleaning polycarbonate.) Polycarbonate Cleaning Instruction Sealants OK with Polycarbonate
Our Pro model pedicab comes in at 195 pounds.
We believe that in order to build the best pedicab possible we need to use the best materials possible. That is why we use aircraft grade 4130 chromoly to construct our frames. The cab and canopy are built using 6061 T5 & T6 Aluminum.
Our panels are made out of a white polycarbonate and they are removable for easy installation of advertisements. We recommend a 3M or Avery PSV vinyl for advertising application.a
Yes, we have a number of colors to choose from for the frame, cab, seat upholstery, and cargo box. See the features pages to select your combination. Note: the polycarbonate body panels are a white/opaque color.
We offer a dual piston hydraulic brake system that has a wired-in hydraulic activated brake switch. Both our front and rear brakes have an emergency brake levers as well.
Our pedicabs are manufactured in the USA. They are built by a highly skilled team of bike builders just outside Missoula, Montana.
We require a 50% deposit to start building your order and require the remaining 50% prior to the pedicabs shipping.
Pedicabs can be picked up at our shop in Montana, or we can help arrange shipping through a third-party shipper.
We took years of input from our drivers, mechanics, passengers, and management in developing our initial ideas. We then teamed up with a world class team of industrial, mechanical, and electrical engineers from Design Concepts located in Madison, WI to narrow it down to a proof of concept and ultimately a production vehicle.
We look forward to helping people find advertising for their pedicabs. For more information on this please contact our sister company Pedicab Outdoor.
Yes. We welcome anyone to come visit our facility and try out our cabs. To schedule a visit please contact us directly.