Read some of the riders’ stories

We call it the “wriders” section. psssst… of course you can read all of them

2018-Five months touring Europe

I was born with emphysema. As with many genetically inherited diseases, I did not know about my condition until breathing became so difficult while hiking and riding, I then knew something was wrong. By the time I received treatment, I had lost 30% of my lung tissue....

AZUB at Spezi 2018 – what was there to see

What could you see at our booth at the Spezialradmesse this year? See the photos and text below. Our complete booth was in the Hall 2. We have had a booth here from the very beginning of our presence on this show what means from the year 2002. We are just bigger and...

Tom’s big retirement journey on Ti-FLY X

Intro: Retirement minus 24 days…17 weekdays…not that I’m counting. I’d like a big trip to celebrate my retirement. The Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail, or the Continental Divide Trail? 2500 miles give or take…that’s a long way to walk. Maybe riding would be...

Frogs on Wheels: Recumbent World Tour. Glimpses of Laos

As you may already know from our website, Frogs On Wheels are a Turkish-French couple who have been travelling the world on two AZUB recumbent bikes for some time now. Gökben, who comes from Turkey, rides an AZUB Six. Her French boyfriend Nico travels on AZUB Max. We have received a message from the Frogs recently with interesting insights into their Lao experience. Moreover, attached to the letter came some stunning pictures that we want to share with you.

Robert Westling and his custom-built AZUB Origami. A World Tour

Robert Westling is a keen recumbent bike rider. He needs to travel a lot for business and recently he has decided recently his business trips will not have him deprived of his regular rides. With a custom-built AZUB Origami recumbent Robert can take his passion with him wherever he goes.

Winter commuter by Jirka Hebeda on AZUB Apus

I use recumbents for everyday commute to work, about 150km per week in average. I go in every weather and in winter I need bike that can not only survived that, but let me survive too.

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