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I've ridden with one of the larger weight-limit child rear seats over the back wheel. The effect on stability is enough that I certainly wouldn't want an adult there. A tandem puts the rear rider ("stoker") between the wheels so handling is a lot better. The stoker could pedal with no real effort, or you could remove the pedals or even the cranks ...


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AFAIK sidecars for bicycles do not exist, pretty much because there needs to be space for the crank, pedal and riders lower leg and foot to revolve in. A sidecar would get in the way. Additionally the center of mass would be shifted to one side, and that will cause a huge problem when braking - the sidecar wheel would have to have a brake linked to the ...


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Sidecars are going to be expensive because they are so unusual, and aren't produced in volumes that would permit economies of scale. They also dramatically change your bike's handling, of course. The closest thing to what you're discussing that I can think of is the Xtracycle conversion kit. Still not cheap. There might be a trailer that would work, but I am ...


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