What exactly do you do in AZUB?
I help fulfil dreams of adventures and travelling.
How did you come to work here?
AZUB were looking for a new team member, I got the e-mail, read it, but I thought that working for AZUB was unrealistic for me. In the end I gave in to my wife though and went for an interview. And I am glad I did.
What made the prospect of working in AZUB attractive for you?
Ever since 1998, when I built my first recumbent bike, I have been absolutely fascinated by these machines. They had all the things I missed on traditional bikes – comfort, ergonomic seating position, great views from the seat. And in AZUB, I got involved with these machines, machines that are truly professional, no “homebuilts” like mine.
What do you enjoy most about your work?
I love the moment when I take a completed bike out of the stand and go to try it out, then I pack it knowing that when somewhere in the world somebody opens the box, it will bring a lot of pleasure to its new owner.
And what do you really hate?
There might be a few things but even negative feedback is good when it is solved with the right people.
Do you remember your first encounter with a recumbent bike?
The first one I saw was in a magazine and it became my inspiration in the construction of my own version. After
Which AZUB model do you like the best and why?
The Ti-Fly. It is a versatile and comfortable bike, great for long distance
When you are not in AZUB, what do you do?
I try to spend time with my family. I have a son and together we go on short fun rides. I also enjoy off-road riding, the more challenging the better.
Which bike do you use the most?
Recently, mainly tricycles. My last one was the AZUB TRIcon and now I have an experimental off-road delta trike. It has been specially adapted for the toughest of terrains. In addition, sometimes I use the company
Ti-Fly. My journey to work takes more than 40