If you haven’t taken time to check it out, let me suggest that readers spend a moment scanning Co-Motion’s collection of FAQ’s hosted on their Website. It’s linked from the “Information” tab’s drop-down menu that appears at the top of every page on Co-Motion’s website and that I’ve mirrored below. Note that the links will all take you back to Co-Motion’s Website.
Even since standing up their Web site several years ago, they’ve always had a wealth of ‘good information’ on their website designed to help Co-Motion owners and enthusiasts understand more about their tandems. Moreover, what I especially like about Co-Motion’s FAQs and, well, just about everything else they publish, is the objective and even-handed way that they convey factual and useful information. As an example, I’d suggest anyone with an interest in frame materials read the entry entitled: Why are bikes made from the same materials so different? Interesting enough, Did You Know that Co-Motion actually designs their current steel and aluminum tandems to have very nearly the same handling, strength and stiffness characteristics? This ties right back to the materials FAQ and knowing how to work with different materials to achieve the desired outcome.
FAQ TECH SECTION
Here at Co-Motion Cycles, we’ve always been quick to point out that we’d like you to consider us your live resource for information about our bicycles. The invention that we’ve all grown to love takes many forms, and our staff takes pride in being well-informed on topics encompassing virtually every incarnation of the bicycle.
Within these FAQ pages, we’ll make an effort to present common questions and thorough answers. Maybe we’ll save you some time or get you out of a squeaky situation. By all means, if you don’t find the information you need on our website, please contact us. We can usually answer your questions quickly by phone or by email.
Don’t forget, your Co-Motion dealer may be more readily accessible, especially on weekends. Your dealer may also be able to offer personal assistance – something we can rarely do from here.
Please have a look at our Resources and Links page.
AND NOW, TO THE QUESTIONS…
SINGLE BIKE TECH