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LandRider Bikes
I'm looking for info on LandRider Bikes, the Pros & Cons. Thanks
Posted by ScottyM from Nevada City on 10/08/01

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  • Re: LandRider Bikes
    Never heard of them, unless they're a very low production custom builder or a one-off brand sold somewhere out east.

    Are you sure you're not asking about Land Shark? They build custom mountain and road bikes up in Oregon.

    Posted by STP a 42 year old Cross-Country Rider riding a K2 Razorback from Palmdale on 10/08/01

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  • Re: LandRider Bikes
    I first saw this bike on an infomercial. It has an automatic gear shift w/low and high gear possitions in the hand grip. Wider seat with shock absorber. The rider is in an up-right possition while riding, and other options. It apears to be a bike for the less extreme rider. landrider.com
    Posted by ScottyM on 10/08/01

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  • Re: LandRider Bikes
    It looks like its some sort of an AutoBike. The only direct refence to a LandBike is HERE. Either way, stay away from the thing. Its gotta be bad news.

    BTW, I found it with Google. A Google search is a wonderful thing, right Chuqster?
    Posted by Dan-oh on 10/08/01

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  • Re: LandRider Bikes
    We purchased LandRider bikes via the TV Infomercial. We have not used them yet, so can't give you any personal info. However, we know one of their sponsors personally; he and wife are "Round the World" riders, and use LandRiders. Their website is; www.wordlriders2.com/SponsorsAndFriends.asp. You might find some of the answers you are looking for there. Also we have talked to a couple of local riders and they have the highest praise for the bikes. Good Luck
    Posted by N Kunz a 71 year old riding a LandRider from Boise, ID on 01/09/03

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    • Re: LandRider Bikes
      how is the landrider bike now that you have ridden it. I bought one too, but have not ridden it. Everything I read, nobody likes it. I hope you tell me different!
      Posted by Granddaughter a 58 year old Weekend Warrior riding a landrider from john day, or on 05/26/03

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  • Re: LandRider Bikes

    Posted by OlbaiD a Die-hard Enthusiast riding a Stinky 4:20 from THC Heights on 01/09/03

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  • Re: LandRider Bikes
    For FAQs on LandRiders the site is;

    www.landriderhelp.com/faq.htm

    The parent company, i.e., company that warrants the bikes, is Venture Cycle out of Lutherville, MD. No website, but help telephone, the # for parts, customer service, etc., is

    1-800-598-5335


    Posted by N Kunz a 71 year old riding a LandRider from Boise, ID on 01/09/03

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  • Re: LandRider Bikes
    In the June 2003 issue of CONSUMER REPORTS they test 8 comfort bikes , Land Rider being one of them.

    The CR rated the Land Blower the lowest of all. Nuff said.
    Posted by Softy a 34 year old Cross-Country Rider riding a Santa Cruz Superlight from OC on 05/26/03

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