Bicycles and tricycles in this section are designed to provide seating for a second person, who does not contribute to the propulsion of the cycle.1
Also included are bicycles which may attach to the side of a wheelchair, or have a transporter facility to carry a person in a wheelchair. The wheelchair user does not contribute to the propulsion of the cycle.1
Even on flat ground, the weight of a passenger can be a lot for one person to propel. Some of the cycles listed here have the option of powered assistance which helps make pedalling easier. It is also essential that passenger cycles have powerful brakes.2View references and sources of further information ›
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