The next time your Faraday makes you smile, these are the people to thank.
Delivering my Mom’s Faraday, followed closely by biking around SF on a Porteur with Sir Richard Branson.
Palo Alto to Woodside Bakery
Getting our inventory, warehousing, shipping and sales systems running like they’re in Boost Mode.
Simply hopping on a Faraday and riding The Wiggle through San Francisco on my way home every night.
Using a Faraday to consistently beat the 10-minute mark on a morning commute that otherwise takes 30.
Anything that takes me to or along the coast. Right now, that usually means heading through Golden Gate Park to Ocean Beach.
Ensuring the bike rides well with and without a load in the front rack. I’m reminded of it whenever frame builders compliment the ride of our bike.
The Syncline in Bingen, Wa. Followed closely by the two block ride to fro-yo after dinner.
All Boost… all the time.
Getting all the electronics working perfectly on the Porteur.
Columbia River Gorge, or to and from the Ferry right here in San Francisco.
Cataloging and assigning part numbers to all 436 unique items on the Faraday bicycle. Of course that was only the beginning..
From my home in Healdsburg to the Quivira Vineyards for a picnic with my wife and kids. It’s up and down hills on a windy country road through scenic vineyards and old oaks.
Climbed the highest hills in San Francisco without breaking a sweat.
From San Francisco to Santa Cruz, camping at the halfway mark and enjoying breakfast on the beach.