Hase Pino Tour w/ GMAC Motor System

  • The Hase Pino is, we believe, the very best way for two people to ride together. It's semi-recumbent tandem, meaning the front rider is recumbent and the rear rider is upright. This places the stoker (or non-steering rider) in a comfortable position with full view of the vistas ahead.

    This bike includes theGMAC motor system for powerful electric assistance and increased stopping power via regenerative braking!

    The Pino has a couple of design tweaks that make it handle and ride better than other semi-recumbent tandems as well:

    • Patented wide-set handlebars, which allows for a shorter wheelbase and for the captain and stoker to sit closer together.
    • Suspension front fork, which greatly reduces jarring bumps to the rump of the stoker (who is seated directly over the front wheel). 

    This is the  "Tour" model, which compared to the "Allround" has upgraded components, includes a sturdy double kickstand and the lowrider rack, and sports a black paint job. See the exact specifications in the "Specs" tab.

    Two-part frame/front boom, collapsable for packing. Aluminum.
    Spinner Grind 1, reinforced version
    DT Swiss 340
    DT Swiss 340 Rear/Son Dynamo Front
    Schwalbe Marathon
    Shimano Ultegra
    Shimano Deore XT, 9-Speed, Shadow Design
    Microshift 3x9 Bar-End
    ​HASE BIKES Tandem with freewheel, Rear: 170mm 28/38/48T, left 36T, Front: 165mm 38T
    Sealed Cartridge Bearings, Square Taper
    Shimano Deore XT, 203mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear
    Custom Aluminum Wide-Set, Herrmans Ergo Grips
    Rear Rack
    Tubus Logo max 88 lb.
  • The captain sits in the back, but steers the front wheel via a steering linkage. It's quite intuitive once you get the hang of it!

    Yep, a powerful motor system called the "GMAC". This motor system is installed on the base bike, which means that you can always turn the bike back into a non-ebike if you're interested!/

    This is a top-of-the line electric motor system that uses a DC motor with a planetary gear set for increased torque, but the unusual addition of a locked clutch for the ability to do regenerative braking. It also is paired with the latest control technologies from Grin Tech of Vancouver BC, and a torque sensing bottom bracket that can read power from either the captain's or stoker's bottom bracket.

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