On a couple of occasions I’ve had the pleasure of driving JJ’s bike a few miles even though the seat barely comes up to my kneecaps. As with Thea’s bike, it’s a perfectly plausible form of transportation for an adult since I don’t have to actually pedal. The small wheels and the hub’s internal gearing give it incredible torque. And the small frame makes it fine for riding unobtrusively on the sidewalk, nobody minds. I once rode it a mile up State St. in Ithaca and it was sort of like going up the hill in an electric wheelchair.

On a couple of occasions I've had the pleasure of driving JJ's bike a few miles even though the seat barely comes up to my kneecaps. As with Thea's bike, it's a perfectly plausible form of transportation for an adult since I don't have to actually pedal. The small wheels and the hub's internal gearing give it incredible torque. And the small frame makes it fine for riding unobtrusively on the sidewalk, nobody minds. I once rode it a mile up State St. in Ithaca and it was sort of like going up the hill in an electric wheelchair.

On a couple of occasions I’ve had the pleasure of driving JJ’s bike a few miles even though the seat barely comes up to my kneecaps. As with Thea’s bike, it’s a perfectly plausible form of transportation for an adult since I don’t have to actually pedal. The small wheels and the hub’s internal gearing give it incredible torque. And the small frame makes it fine for riding unobtrusively on the sidewalk, nobody minds. I once rode it a mile up State St. in Ithaca and it was sort of like going up the hill in an electric wheelchair.