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Zigo

Zigo brand
Zigo carrier

Zigo is a brand of carrier bike designed by US company SOMA Cycle, Inc., located in South Orange, NJ. The product is convertible into a stroller.[1] The forward-located position of the child carrier is similar to existing products in Europe.

The design of the Zigo Leader carrier bike was conceived by Michael Ehrenreich in 2004.

Contents

  • Models 1
  • Other products 2
  • Notes 3
  • External links 4

Models

  • Zigo Leader X1 Carrier Bicycle - one child carrier bicycle.
  • Zigo Leader X2 Carrier Bicycle - Two child carrier bicycle.

Other products

  • Zigo Mango - Jogging stroller/bike trailer - incompatible with the Zigo® Cycle LeaderLink® System. Will NOT function as a front mounted carrier bicycle.[2]
  • Zigo Cycle - a stand alone 3 or 7 speed small wheel bicycle compatible with the Zigo ChildPod and Mango [3]

Notes

  1. ^ "Inventor Designs Convertible Design For Child Carrier Bike", Bicycle Retailer & Industry News, March 1, 2008, pg 50.
  2. ^ http://www.myzigo.com/zigo_products.pdf
  3. ^ http://www.myzigo.com/zigo_products.pdf
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External links

  • Zigo Website
  • Article from Bicycle Retailer & Industry News
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