Now that some of you have the tandem attachment, can anyone give a report? I am seriously thinking about one, main reason I opted for the Rover rather than wait for a Rambler, that and patience is not one of my strong points... The wife is a breast cancer survivor, but the meds leave her low on energy. She can do about 5-6 miles on the Rover so far and is thinking of getting a Rambler, she has the family patience... but I was thinking about a tandem attachment to allow us to do some 20 milers or more together.
Main question is about the rear stroker setup.. since it does not have independent pedaling, how much of an issue with:
1) different cadences for front and rear
2) rear resting while front strokes, or vice versa
3) can the rear truly "rest" while the front strokes, or at least kinda rest...
Any other observations appreciated....
Thanks in advance for the input...
Olympia, WA (Summer)/Chandler, AZ (Winter)
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