The retiring fleet bikes have a quick release seatpost. Sufficient clamping pressure is required to prevent the seat from rotating or slipping down.
The pull knob on our new frame pops into the holes on the square seatpost. It can’t rotate or slip down. It’s quicker and more intuitive.
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February – March 2023
We’re donating two fleet bikes to local schools and we need your help
We were inspired by Giving Tuesday last month and we are donating two of these fleet bike blenders to local schools in the San Francisco Bay Area. We hope you will nominate schools that might not be able to afford one of our bike blenders, but would really benefit from having one. As you’ll see in the video below, kids love pedal power! You can teach math and physics as well as nutrition and fitness. Some of our most successful school partners are using bike blenders in their nutrition programs and in their edible schoolyards to get kids excited about food and where it comes from. If you know of a school located in a food desert, a bike blender could be part of an inspiring mind shift for students. We want to increase this impact. Let us hear from you!
See kids light up
Got 40 seconds? Check out our newest kids video set to dance music! This video shows how easy it is to adjust seat height with the square seat post. We’re thinking of advertising with this video. What do you think? Please like and comment on this video. What’s your favorite platform for this kind of content?