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I'd appreciate it if someone should take a look at this bike:

http://www.wheelyscafe.com/wheelys2.html

I realize they are selling more than just a bike. But does 7K seem reasonable?

EDIT

I'm not associated with the product. I'm thinking about investing in it.

Maybe a better, more specific question would be:

What questions should I ask them to know if the bike itself is of good quality?

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closed as primarily opinion-based by PeteH, Batman, jimchristie Feb 3 '15 at 14:10

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    Not to me - too slow up the hills. But nice to stop anywhere I like for a coffee :-) – andy256 Feb 3 '15 at 6:31
  • Easy @andy256, didn't you see it comes with gears??? – PeteH Feb 3 '15 at 8:29
  • @PeteH Lol. I hope Brad doesn't think we are being rude. – andy256 Feb 3 '15 at 9:02
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    @Brad Are you associated with the company that produces these marvels? If so, you should declare that. If not, then the value to you can really only be determined by you. Which is why, all fun aside, questions such as this are off topic. – andy256 Feb 3 '15 at 9:06
  • Looks like a bargain compared with $33000 for jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20120826/business/business1.html onyourtrike.co.uk/coffee-trike is £10,999 but (IMHO) better looking. The Wheelys apparently launched for $3000, but it looks as if it's been developed since: treehugger.com/bikes/coffee-cart-cargo-bike.html If the price includes a franchise, not just the bike, then whether the business is worthwhile really is off topic, and will depend very much where you are anyway. – armb Feb 3 '15 at 12:27
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I personally would say yes, if you're running a business that is. With all those feautures there's a lot that comes into play (not just the end product). Its pretty much a moving shop. So yeah $7000 is a hefty investment but if you were serious and knew what you were doing you could make that back quite easily :)

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