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Taga For Two: Paddycake Wagon

Posted on: July 23, 2010


The innovative Taga convertible bicycle/stroller just got even more exciting – they’ve added a new second seat/cargo option, covered wagon-style.

Children sit facing each other, as in the fantastic wood-paneled station wagons of yesteryear.  This seems to be Taga’s further answer to the popular Bakfiet, which carries multiple children (and other cargo) in a deep wooden bucket at the front wheel (but does not convert to a stroller).  The double wooden seat carries up to 82 combined pounds in bike mode – 52 in the “rear” seat and 30 up front facing the parent.  Also comes with a convertible sun & rain canopy with integrated pocket for personal items.

For those catching up, Taga is a lightweight vehicle that combines a stroller and a carrier bike and can easily be converted between the modes.  See our original Taga post here, and visit the web site or Taga Facebook page for more details.

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Update 8/8/2011:  Rumor has it, Taga has suspended operations and is awaiting new investment/buyout…read more here.

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Photo Credit: Taga Facebook Fan Page

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1 Response to "Taga For Two: Paddycake Wagon"

Ohmygod – I don’t even care about biking and *I* want that! Gorgeous.

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  • JHeff: I have read a good number of comments about most users of the boba not really ever using the foot rests. Looking at the videos I've seen, the back on
  • Mama GaGa: Oh, boo! Thanks for the manufacturing update - I will make note in the post. Cheers - MG
  • Cathy: I know this is a couple years old but I ran across this post and was so excited when you said the Boba was made in America - a big selling point for m

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