Cojoy : Bicycle for Two Persons That Was Inspired By Dual Paddle Boat and A Wheelchair

Cojoy is a bicycle concept for two persons, inspired from the dual paddle boat along with an operational wheelchair, and is designed to offer sheer fun for the bicycle riders. Each rider is designed to control one wheel separately of the bicycle. The seat angle of the concept is totally adjustable by using the handle according to the need of individual riders. It runs straight when two riders pedal at the same speed and when it requires to turn, the outer rider will ride faster than the inside rider. Riding this bicycle requires a good communication, cooperation and a minimum skill.

cojoy bicycle for two

cojoy bicycle for two

cojoy bicycle for two

Designer : Pengtao Yu

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jacob vidal says: November 4, 2009

it is futre of bikes

Janiiii says: February 9, 2010

When And Where Dose It Go On Sale ??!!;/

EVe says: July 24, 2010

If you give me for free, its good!!

Kyle says: September 30, 2010

Now that, looks fun.

MAX says: October 22, 2010

the problem with vehicles like this is when you apply the brake they flip you forward.

    joe says: July 22, 2011

    Thatd be extremely fun tho. you harnested in so who cares?

fauriio ortiz says: December 10, 2010

how can i get one and how much

joe says: July 22, 2011

How much are they??

Alan says: August 24, 2015

Wow that is one crazy looking bike. Sounds like it could be tricky to use if you don't have somebody of the same fitness level with you.

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