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Dennis Holz

Hi Dan.    Dennis Hotz here, here are some picture’s of the newly completed sidekick two. I read the assembly booklet about 3 times and had no trouble building the bike. I had a few changes like adding a pedal to driver side and move the driver seat over about six inches. I’m 6-4, 240 so I needed a little more room. I also moved the steering column over to the left. Still adjusting the derailer so I only have about a mile on the bike. I will be getting an electric wheel in the future. Thanks for the great plans, hope to see our sidekick on your website.    Thanks again , Dennis Hotz, Council Bluffs, IA.

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Lonnie Lester

I thought you might like to see a few pics of my Sidekick and custom Baja (made w/ 1.25″ pipe). Both equipped with 1,000W hub motors, running at 48v.  I’ve since added a solar panel for charging to the Baja (aka “The Wedge”). My wife and I have a blast cruising around the neighborhood. Real head-turners; both of them!
Thanks for the ideas!

Lonnie Lister
Fairfax, VA

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Jeff Moore’s Family Fun Sidekick

Jeff Moore sent these picture along with this note. Thanks Jeff
Our Side Kick is so much fun, the kids ride it everyday, all over the neighborhood.
Great exercise for the whole family. We have the most fun when we bring our side kick
camping. Other campers take pictures and want to ride it. The kids are always on it so now
I have to build one for me. It took a little studying of the pictures and rereading the instructions several times to get the build right, but all in all it was fairly straight forward and easy to build.
Thanks for such a cool product
Jeff New Orleans ,La

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Kevin Tooley’s Amazing Custom with Trailer

Kevin Tooley’s Four passenger plus one Side Kick !
You folks never cease to amaze me.
Below is a picture of my family getting ice cream ….the boys on the trailer weigh appox 200lbs and my wife and I and the little one weigh approx 390lbs ..the machine has to be around 210lbs total (trailer incl.) grand total approx 800lbs …the brute moves all about as well as the sparrow moved just me and the original machine (approx 350lbs).. I have been using the sparrow as a back up and on hills …the two motors together also get you moving pretty quick which is good for busy intersections.
We going to Maryland for a week camping ….will be logging a lot of miles around the campsite etc. this will be the real test. we have used the sidekick several times camping and it works out great …only snag is everyone wants to know where to get one…I probably give out your web address 20 times a day..