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Onyacycles: Leaning Tricycle

There’s a new company called OnyaCycles in San Francisco, that is going to build a leaning cargo tricycle. There’s no word on the price, but it looks great. The designer of the tricycle is Saul Griffith the inventor genius from OtherLab.

Links:
Onya Cycles Website
OtherLab

9 Comments For This Post

  1. Mike burley Says:

    I would like more info: price & when one might be purchased?
    This is for an older person with poor balance.

  2. ken Says:

    would like to know how to get one and the cost.Not so much interested in the basket up front. If you had other up front carrying accessories would’nt mind seeing those
    thanks

  3. Margaret Miller Says:

    I like the concept of your bikes. A good tool for an older person to use for hauling articles or doing yard work. Besides being so useful, they are good looking bikes.

  4. Kc Says:

    Exactly what i was looking for, will be interested in design concept and possible adaption kit for std bike.

  5. Joachim Delp Says:

    Any chance to buy one ? Where, cost ?

    Interest to import to europe.

    Regareds
    Joachim

  6. Joachim Delp Says:

    Dear Sirs,
    could not find any other cntact. Please excuse.

    Is there any chance to take contact with your company in order to learn more about your Leaning Cargo Trike concept.
    Is it ready for commercial purpose ? Details.

    Interested to consider commercial or industrial ways of coopertion for Europüe.
    Thank you in advance for your kind attention and reply.
    Joachim Delp

  7. sw3 Says:

    Dear Onyabike,
    I am mother of 4 yr old boy in NYC. We have been on conventional bike w iBert seat on front of bike for 3 years. Being on 2 wheels w a growing child I stepped off bike awkwardly and tore my calf muscle in order to regain balance and protect child. I am currently convalescing as I’m unable to walk, child is fine. I think if I had a trike I should have had no trouble stepping off. My child and I have been on bike w iNert for 3 years and I’ve ridden bike in NYC for 30 years. This is first injury, ever. I want to get back in saddle without worrying about 2 wheels but with agility to maneuver city streets. What you is the weight and size specs for yr design? I’d like to be able to use it with child up to 8 or 9 years old. Once child ages out, I’d like to use for cargo. Where can I test drive yr design and how much is it? I think this will solve my problem and allow me to continue commitment to sustainable transportation that is fun and safe for my growing child.
    Thanks.

  8. sw3 Says:

    Ps: does electric motor require charging?

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