Selling my Gazelle Cabby as the kids are now both at a school 1/2 a mile away so it wont get used. Its carried my two from birth up until now (7 and 4) – its a great bike. Some features :
Fold up basket so it can get through really narrow spaces – I never used this feature as even folded out it went through the pedestrian door of my garage, but I’ve shown how narrow it goes in the photos. The basket can also be detatched
Dynamo lights front & rear (upgraded, so they’re good enough to ride at night without other lights)
7 speed nexus drivetrain (fully sealed so minimal maintenance)
seating for 2 kids inside
mount for maxi-cosy group 0 seat (included) so its suitable from birth – this can be mounted in the low position (in the bottom of the basket, as shown) or a high position so 2 kids can go with it (sorta shown in 1 photo). These mounts have suspension in them so the ride is really soft, I found it a great way to get exersize whilst keeping the baby asleep
Built in lock (I never bother locking it with anything else, but you can click in an extension if you want to lock it to something)
integrated grip-shift bell
extremely adjustable stem/saddle – I’m 6’2 and it fits me fine with a long seatpost, it’ll go down to someone 5’2 as well
Running Marathon plus tyres with slime inner tubes, because you don’t want a puncture whilst out and about
it doesn’t have e-assist or disk brakes (it has roller brakes), but I’m aware of people who’ve modified their cabby’s to fit both of those.
I’m also throwing in the roof (pictured), but its not in great shape – the frame has been repaired a couple of times and the zip is a little loose in places. I used it thoughtout this winter and it still kept the kids dry, but you should consider that it needs repairing
Couple of extras that I can include
Topeak seat/rack for the rear – £15
Suspension seatpost (shown) – £25 (this is great as all your weight is over the rear wheel)
transport wise – we are near brighton and you’ll need to collect :) it will go on the thameslinks trains that run to cambridge, but its more tricky to get on the southern trains. With the basket folded/off its fairly narrow, so might go in the back of a really long car, with the passenger seat folded down.