- Cheap tandems?
Hire / borrow one first to see if you like it and then spend a decent amount on a decent one. Dawes double edge is a good first tandem. Mind you I have never seen any of the cheapo ones
I would want disc or the ability to upgrade to discs easily and a decent EBB
Anywhere near Edinburgh you can have a go on ours.Posted 6 years agonbtMember
old thread, but relevant informationPosted 6 years agonbtMember
And this is worth a read tooPosted 6 years ago
I don’t think it really matters steelfreak / I don’t know enough. I have ridden a steel dawes and we could flex the frame enough to make the rear tyre hit the frame – however easier to repair.
Gert a dawes double edge if you can – you might be able to get one secondhand – try the tandemclub forumPosted 6 years ago
The wife & I are thinking of getting a secondhand tandem. There seems to be plenty of choice on Ebay but we don’t have a very large budget and were therefore wondering whether the likes of Ammaco and Viking are worth a punt or just nasty trash?
We intend to use it for weekend rides and hopefully some touring.
Any advice greatfully received…Posted 6 years ago
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