This is a story of one little AZUB MINI that was heavily modified by its owner Mark and later, after he has purchased an Origami, transformed back to its original state.
Here are a few statements he wrote about this bike, but you can read the full review here.
“The MINI is known to be easy to ride and master, quite maneuverable, and have good acceleration due to the small wheels. These characteristics make it best suited an urban/commuting environment, but it can also handle itself off-road.”
“The hard-shell seat fit like a glove and could be reclined to around 35 degrees. When first starting, I had the seat positioned closer to 45 deg. and slowly reclined it as I became more confident. The seat’s incline and fore/aft position can be changed on the fly with convenient quick-release skewers.”
“The MINI is stable at both low and high speeds, thanks to the long wheelbase. I’m able to keep a fairly straight line even while climbing steep hills. The bike also handles itself at high speeds.”
“When all was said and done, my MINI ended up weighing a more manageable 30lbs and being an even more pleasurable bike to ride. Since switching to the Origami a few months ago, I’ve swapped most of the above upgrades over and returned the MINI to nearly stock form.”
“Thanks to the good folks at Azub and Jersey Bents for answering my non-stop questions about their bikes.”
Read the full review of the AZUB MINI recumbent by Mark.
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