Weather and time constraints meant we, mostly rode the mountain bike version around the neighborhood on the streets and sidewalks. Since it had a front suspension fork it was fun to drive off small curbs, drive into culverts and into grassy areas. It was fun to hear my daughter scream with delight (or was that fear) when I would suddenly veer over and drop off the curb. I took it through snow drifts and anything that was entertaining, so at least we both could have some fun. Since my daughter was in up front she really gets the birds eye view of riding, and that makes the riding much more delightful for her. She is truly out riding, maybe not always a willing participant, since I got to choose where we went, although she was always giving directions anyway!
“As you Wish.”
Front Suspension Fork
We took it off road on some wide single track over at Fox Run Park near my house. The trail system, mostly consists of gravely trails with occasional roots and rocks, and it winds this way and that with a lot of up and down. It was a pretty fun, and it is mild enough for my daughter, but had enough entertainment for me. We turned a lot of eyes trying to figure out just what the bike really was, people were very intrigued by the bike, and that I was riding with my young daughter on a tandem off road.
Video of KidzTandem on singletrack: