Test drive ?
Rather test extensively with 14 days right of return !
We receive daily requests for test drives, not only in Germany, but throughout Europe.
Please understand that this is not possible for us, both organizationally and logistically. On the other hand, we understand very well that you would like to test drive the Kwiggle before making a purchase decision.
That's why you have a 14-day right of withdrawal: You order a Kwiggle, try it out for two or three days - and if you don't like it, you simply return it within the withdrawal period. We will then refund you the purchase price immediately.
This way you have much more time to learn how to ride the Kwiggle in everyday situations. A normal test drive can't do that at all.
By the way: Everyone who has been able to test the Kwiggle extensively so far does not want to give it away anymore. Its driving feel and everyday use are simply unique.
Have fun with your Kwiggle!
Which gear shift for which application ?
1-speed (single speed): The Kwiggle for the city
The 1-speed transmission is perfectly adequate for the flat city.
Due to the superior seating position of the Kwiggle, you always have enough pressure on the pedals: Quick starting is no problem. Fast and relaxed you can reach 25 km/h with this gear ratio. Sporty and ambitious riders can also reach much higher speeds. This Kwiggle version is also the lightest.
The unfolding - i.e. the distance travelled after one pedal revolution - is 5.9 metres. This is made possible by the Kwiggle's patented transmission ratio.
3-speed: The all-rounder Kwiggle
The comfort shift for city and countryside: starting up is a little faster - compared to the 1-speed - and gradients are mastered more confidently. All in all, this Kwiggle version offers more flexibility, especially on longer tours, in somewhat mountainous terrain and on holiday.
The unfolding - i.e. the distance travelled after one pedal revolution - is 4.6, 5.2 or 5.9 metres, depending on the gear selected. This is made possible by the Kwiggle's patented transmission.
With the 3-speed gears, you can manage inclines of up to 7%.
6-speed: The professional Kwiggle
This Kwiggle variant can do almost everything. It is even suitable for gradients up to 12% and alpine passes. With the bigger gear you can go downhill faster and accelerate really fast.
The unfolding - the distance covered after one pedal revolution - is 3.3, 3, 7, 4.2, 5.2, 5.8 or 6.6 metres, depending on the gear selected. This is made possible by the Kwiggle's patented transmission ratio.
The luggage carrier
Ortlieb bags with the Quick-Lock 2.1 suspension hook fit here. The diameter of the QL2.1 hooks should be larger than 15 mm inside (i.e. without inserts). The distance between the QL2.1 hooks should be 95 - 100 mm inside.
Other bags with the same system are eenso suitable.
The strap for the trolley bag
Roller cases should have 2 skater wheels or profiled sports wheels. The handle should be extendable at least 104 cm from the ground (usual measure). Manufacturers of sports trolleys (vaude, eastpak, the north face, etc.) have many products with these wheels.
The shoulder bag
The shoulder bag protects the Kwiggle and its surroundings. The Kwiggle in the bag simply hangs over the shoulder, and in our experience it passes as hand luggage when boarding.
The chain grease DryFluid
Quiet and pleasantly soft pedalling feeling: Our ultimate recommendation for an oil-free and as clean as possible chain.
What do our first customers say
First of all a small excerpt of quotations: Soon there will be longer field reports
The Kwiggle rides so beautifully. It's going to conquer the world.Jürgen
I love the Kwiggle! I ride it a lot right now and enjoy every kilometer.Ruben
Thank you very much for this fantastic invention. The Kwiggles attract a lot of attention and we have a lot of fun.Jeroen
Rides better than any other bike.Cord
I love it!!Corinna
We are very enthusiastic about Kwiggle riding.Marina und Manuel
Meanwhile my Kwiggle has run 900 km and has never been so relaxed at work, even compared to my proven electric folding bike.Tobias