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Since each Blessing Bike is made individually with love and care, we ask you to please fill out the form in the “Pre-order a Blessing Bike” section and we will be in touch with you via email as soon as we can.
The mission of the Blessing Bike is to provide access to affordable passenger bikes for families with loved ones with age, health or disability related barriers. The price may fluctuate depending on available bikes and parts pricing (and any potential donations or grants available). The current price is $1599 plus tax and shipping. Please fill out the “pre-order” page and we will get back to you with more details.
The Blessing Bike is heavy and weighs about 125 pounds and is best shipped whole in a large crate which is 8 feet by 5 feet by 4 feet (together weighs about 250 pounds). We are currently partnering with a shipping company in Meridian, Idaho for a reduced rate. Please email us if you are interested and we can explore those costs for you. During busy times, shipping may not be available.
To help raise awareness of our mission, please share our story on your social media sites. In fact please share our story everywhere!! Contributions are genuinely appreciated by our 100 percent all volunteer organization by clicking the donate now button. Also, if you know of a family who could benefit from a bike, you may want to consider sponsoring a bike for them or teaming up with a community group or church to gift one forward.
The bike is designed for heavy front loads and can accommodate a total passenger weight of no more than 330 pounds (150 kg) The person who peddles is not included in the weight limit.
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We recommend storing The Blessing Bike indoors in a closed garage or under a roof. If you need to store The Blessing Bike outside, we recommend a waterproof cover. Even though the Blessing Bike is a simple “cruiser style” bicycle ( back pedal brakes and no gears), it does require periodic maintenance like every bicycle does. It is recommended that a bike mechanic provide regular tune-ups and safety checks to ensure the bike is performing optimally and nuts and bolts are tightly secured.
The Blessing Bike is an easy to operate simple passenger bicycle meant to provide a biking experience for the passenger and a personal engagement between the person pedaling and the passenger. It is not meant to go fast and should never be operated at more than a slow jogging pace at all times. (The passenger will always feel like the bike going much faster than the person who peddles). Make sure the passenger is comfortable and their needs are being considered. . Please cycle slowly and respect the weather and road conditions. The Blessing Bike is designed for heavy front loads of 330 pounds (or 150 kg) so it is important to provide counter weight to balance the bike when passengers mount and dismount the bicycle. Please assist your passengers at all times and make sure they are secured by a seat belt when riding. Turning The Blessing Bike should be done at a slow pace and the bike should be aligned prior to the turn. Plan your turns well in advance and meet each obstacle with both tires at the same time. Please be mindful of balance and avoid any unnecessarily sharp turns. Also, learning how to lean your body with the bike when turning will help with ease of use and comfort for the driver and passenger
Since the Blessing Bike is a made to order bicycle, one at a time… we do not offer returns. However, we do offer a buy back option within 30 days of purchase for 70 percent of the cost of the bicycle purchase minus any applicable shipping and repairs we would incur to have the bike returned (at your expense) . You also have the option to donate the bike back to The Blessing Bike and we will provide a tax deductible receipt for the original purchase price. The bike will then be re-purposed as a used bike and gifted to a family on the waiting list for low cost or donated bikes.