Miss Farah

This is How We Roll: Taga Stroller Bicycle

Posted on: April 25, 2010


The Dutch are really quite clever. They’ve come up with an ingenious mode of parental transportation.

Called the Taga, it’s a three-wheeled bike with a stroller attached. But here’s the beauty part: You can quickly snap up the bike and voila it’s instantly transformed into just a stroller. So you can cycle to a café, sit down and indulge in a latte and a slab of chocolate cake and then cycle back (conveniently negating the guilt of gobbling down an oversize slice of cake).

The Taga, which just made its U.S. debut, took more than four years to develop. In Europe it’s already snagged prestigious kiddie, design and biking awards.

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The seat fits kids from 6 months to 6 years and it comes with some cool extras like an option to install an additional seat or for all you greenies, a shopping basket. So now you can cycle down with your child to the local market 🙂

As far as we can tell the Taga has only one flaw, but it’s a biggie. The price, it’s a whopping $1,495. Yikes.

Article Taken from: www.parentdish.com

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This is a brilliant concept! I hope they make it more affordable by the time I have some kiddos!

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