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Old 07-27-12, 11:31 PM   #1
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Hase Pino Tour

I cross post this in Tandem. But could anyone give my any information on Hase Pino Tour, or any bikes like it. I'm a little interested in maybe getting one of these for myself and girlfriend. I met 2 couples today that both had them(they met each other because of the bike). I have seen them before but never realized how good they might be for me and my girlfriend touring. That is what they use it for.

So I am looking for any more information about it would help.
I can't read German, so there site doesn't help.
What is the price for something like this?
Does any shop or distributor carry these, preferably in Oregon. If any one know a distributor I work at a shop, so that might be a way.
Also what do most of you guys think of this.
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site is not in german for me:

Everything Hase is expensive. THere are some other similar models from other companies that are a lot less. The most affordable one out there I know of is the one Performer makes.

Jerome Heideger of Illinois is the US importer of Hase, but I cannot find an easy online contact for him. He's on FB and LinkedIn though.

As far as shops go, RBR in PA is one shop that carries Hase. There are others too.

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I suggest you try both searching and posting your question on BentRiderOnline. I think this has a larger number of recumbent cyclist members and hence you are more likely to get the information you seek.
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Kelvin Clark also sells a half-recumbent tandem, the Harmony. It's about 3/4 of the way down the page, here.
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