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No Seat, No Problem!

  •  An easy-to-carry, folding bike without a seat, great for short commutes
  • The tight turning radius and compact ergnomic design make it fun to ride
  • The standing position looks stylish, while offering a challenging workout

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PedalFlow is available for purchase in increments of 1
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The Pedalflow is an innovative, compact, folding bike, without a seat! Designed for short commutes, the Pedalflow is great for the "last mile" to the office, rolling around the marina, or showing off on your way to town. Fun to ride and easy to carry, the Pedalflow also is useful as transport on campus. One of the most important benefits of no seat or crossbar is that getting on and off is quick and easy. It also lowers the weight. At only 16 lbs, the Pedaflow is one of the lightest-weight folding bikes on the market. The lighter weight makes it convenient to carry inside or on to public transport, using the lowered handlebar to carry it. Maintenance is simple, with no cables to worry about as the backpedal brake is built into the rear wheel hub and never needs replacing or adjusting. The cast aluminum wheels and rugged tires are suitable for all surfaces, so you can take the Pedalflow just about anywhere.

Ride, fold, carry, repeat. No seat, no problem.

Designed for adults and teens.

Please note, this product features pneumatic (air-filled) tires that may need to be inflated prior to riding. Upon receipt of the product, please check that tires are fully inflated to 80 PSI and add air as needed.

The Pedalflow is designed for short commutes and is best on relatively flat terrain. It is recommended for those that have achieved a certain level of fitness because the rider is standing throughout the ride. The Pedalflow is perfect if you are going a mile or two, but some riders regularly cover distances of 3-5 miles. It requires more effort on inclines as the fixed gear ratio has been optimized for standing. Not recommended for hilly terrain. 

The Pedalflow is a great work out!  A tip for riding the longer distances is to re-position your feet on the pedals at intervals to avoid calf fatigue. Alternating the two foot positions - between the ball of the foot and the middle of the foot - will activate different muscles providing a great workout without fatigue. 

The high fixed ratio of the Pedalflow is optimized for a standing ride - so it requires less turns than a typical bicycle. Because of the high fixed ratio when starting off it is best to put one foot on the fully down pedal and push off with the other as you would do with a scooter. Then bring the other foot on board and pedal yourself to peak fitness!
Try going really slow on your Pedalflow - you will be amazed at how slow you can go and stay in control, as the lack of obstruction posed by a seat means you can balance this baby really well. 


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Unique ride
First of all, don't even bother with the little instruction manual. Look at the video for assembling this.

Relatively high gear ratio which is fine on level ground but makes even small inclines quite challenging.

Short wheel base so it's really easy to unintentionally get the front wheel off the ground when going up a curb.

In my ideal world this would have a caliper brake on the rear wheel rather than a coast brake.
March 30, 2016
7 months ago
My goodness, it is fun!
I have kick scooters and bikes. The Pedalflow fills a niche that is somewhere in between those two types of human powered vehicles. Good for riding at a park, an oval walking track, a boardwalk, or a fairly flat bike trail. Any place I would normally go with a kick scooter is easily ridden with the Pedalflow.
December 16, 2015
Effortless way to get fast where I want to go
Assembling Pedalflow took me about 5 minutes. From the first push down the pedal I knew I would get hooked on this hybrid between a scooter and a bike. I don't miss the saddle during my NYC 2.8 miles 20 min ride from train station to the office. The ratio between the front gear and the rear gear is about 6:1 so you don't need to pedal too much to reach a decent speed. It has no problems riding over NYC bumpy roads. It's slower than a bike but faster then a jogger. I cut my walk time in half and the exercise is great! It is agile on sidewalks and bike lanes. the pedal bolt got unscrewed during my ride back to the station and I had to stop at a nearby bike shop to put it back (I now carry a No. 8. with me). Too bad it does not have plastic fenders as I got wet riding after a drizzle. I do not regret the purchase. Giac in NYC
May 4, 2016
I Call it the MicroBike!
Love this thing! Can't get enough! I have been a distance cyclist for several years. Sometimes the demands of life don't allow for a lengthy 50 - 75 mile ride. The PedalFlow for 4-5 miles is an intense leg and arm workout, especially going uphill!
June 28, 2016
Great little scooter bike.
I purchased this after a neck injury made riding a regular bicycle difficult. I'm overall a happy with this purchase. It is unique, well designed, and has a sturdy build. I like how it is easy to fold and can go into stores with me. The fat tires make handling uneven ground easy and help for a smoother (although not too smooth) ride. Since there is no seat and all the pressure is on my knees, I tend to ride this for relatively short rides. The upright design makes me feel like I'm hovering down the street. Since it is close enough to a bicycle I'm able to ride it in the bike lanes. But when traffic is heavy and I need to move to the side walk, it isn't a problem since it is also like a scooter.

The gear ratio is good to cover distance, but it does make hills difficult. I've managed to slightly bend the handle bars by riding up a hill and putting too much weight on them. It isn't a problem, just something to be noted. The sturdy design is also a heavy one. I'm very careful in situations that may require a quick stop since pedaling backwards locks up the rear wheel and causes skidding.

I recommend adding a place to loop a lock through to the frame on subsequent models. For now both the rear wheel and crank work, but a place for a U lock on the frame would be useful.
June 29, 2016
Nerd "bike"
Definitely not for long distance rides. If you have a short way to go and want to get there faster, this is the way to go. It's fun and believe it or not, a good little workout! I find it safe. To say I haven't ran into any issues would be a lie (minor of course) but I still give them a 5 out of 5 due to their customer service. I reached out to them on a couple of occasions and they were more than happy to help. Response time was really quick and resolution came soon after from their friendly and professional staff. In any business I appreciate that a lot. Back to "bike" though. It is sturdy and well made from what I can tell so far after riding it a month now. Would/have definitely recommend(ed) it.
June 6, 2016
styling to keep up with the kids
My kids used to scoot circles around me with their microKick's. But this compact pedal-scooter lets me keep up without looking too silly (read: getting crazy exhausted).

Small suggestions for the next version:
I definitely wish there were a back fender (there are two screws sticking out, so it looks like there might be one possible) to keep me from getting splashed.
I wish the vertical part of the handle had two little bolts for either attaching a water bottle holder and/or a bike pump.
And, although it is a great height for me (5'5"), the handles are too short for my husband (6'3") -- maybe they will make an XL version at some point.
August 25, 2016

Additional Information

Age Teen + Adult
Weight capacity 220 lbs
Scooter Weight 16 lbs
Storage and Travel Folds down to 32' x 20" x 14"
Handle Height 42.5 inches from the ground
Wheel size/material Heavy duty 12.5" air tires on aluminum wheels

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Why did you choose this?
Micro Kickboard Store
We have a few scooters from Micro Kickborad and they are well loved and well used. This new version seems like a fun add to the family.
Guest S on Dec 16, 2015
looks cool and will provide a fun new workout!
Karen P on Nov 30, 2015
We have a few scooters from Micro Kickborad and they are well loved and well used. This new version seems like a fun add to the family.
Guest S on Dec 16, 2015
Looks like fun, good exercise, glad they can be ridden on sidewalks. We were able to get our 12 year old excited about this, and not a hoverboard.
Natalie K on Dec 2, 2015
looks cool and will provide a fun new workout!
Karen P on Nov 30, 2015
Micro makes quality products. Our daughter loves her scooter but not bike riding, we hope this is the best of both worlds
Molly M on Nov 28, 2015
Looks like great exercise and will an alternative to my bike when I go to the park with my kids
Carlos R on Nov 27, 2015
Great company and this product looks like fun with good exercise benefits! Great for a young family and youthful parents!
mary h on Nov 27, 2015
It's a gift for someone who I thing would really enjoy it.
James Y on Nov 27, 2015
Looks like it would be fun to ride, especially with my kids
DAVID I on Nov 26, 2015
saw it on the street and researched till i found it, very excited about getting it..
Edgardo M on Nov 26, 2015
This looks like a very cool scooter for adults and it's going to be a good workout too! I'm looking forward to trying it out!
Edwin Hock Choon H on Nov 26, 2015
We have had the Micro Maxi for about five years now. Ridden at least 1,000 hours (exaggerating) but seriously a lot of usage and still works great. My teen will love this product that I am sure. Similar to Hoverboard yet safer and actually exercise with it.
Pam T on Nov 26, 2015
Looks like fun, good exercise, glad they can be ridden on sidewalks. We were able to get our 12 year old excited about this, and not a hoverboard.
Natalie K on Dec 2, 2015
Micro makes quality products. Our daughter loves her scooter but not bike riding, we hope this is the best of both worlds
Molly M on Nov 28, 2015
Is there a possibility of a three speed model in the future?
tds101 on Apr 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Douglas, this *may* be possible down the road-- nothing has been confirmed by the manufacturer as of today's date (4.21.16). Cheers!
How does it brake?
Ru C on Dec 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You pedal "backwards" to engage the brake. Cheers!
How does this do on hills?
Jon S on Apr 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Due to the high gear ratio, this product offers an "excellent workout" when used on hills =)
will you have spare tires and tubes for the pedalflow ? If not where can tires be purchases
James B on Feb 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi James, here is a link to the Pedalflow wheels:

Rear wheel:

Front wheel:
can you coast or must you always peddle?
sal c on Nov 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You can definitely coast!
How is it on the knees?
Bridget O on May 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: While this product is no harder on the knees than a "normal" bike, it is definitely a product that requires some athleticism. It's a good workout!
How tall do you have to be to ride?
Goldie G on Mar 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This product is great for riders between 5' and about 6'4"-6'5"
What is the crank length? Is it closer to a kid's bike or adult's?
Vernon N on Aug 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The Pedalflow sports a crank arm that is 6 inches long. It is very much an adult product
What is the weight limits on it?
Brandon B on Aug 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 220-pound weight limit
how do you lock it to a bike rack or is it not designed to be locked?
Barry C on Jul 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Due to its ability to fold-down (and be carried inside / stashed under a table), the product's intent was to be brought inside rather than locked outside. However, you should be able to lasso a bike chain through the wheels, minimally, if the scooter must be stored outside. Cheers!
Is there a kick scooter version of the PedalFlow planned? Love the large wheels, but would like the stability of a kick scooter.
Joe W on Jul 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There is not, apologies!
Does the pedal flow
fit in the micro bag?
Joyce N on Jun 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, it does not
How to attach the handle bars?
Francine B on May 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The handlebars arrive attached-- to unfold, loosen circular knob until you can unfold handle. You then re-tighten the knob once unfolded. Here is a helpful video:
Can you add a seat to the Pedalflow?
Betty on Mar 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Betty, it is not possible to add a seat to this product. Not having a seat and being able to fold-down (ie very portable) are what make this product so fun and unique =)
What are the teeth that lock the handlebar in place made of?
J C on Mar 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The locking teeth are comprised of aircraft-grade aluminum (aka "6061 high-strength aluminum")
Is the handle bar adjustable ?
Alexi on Jan 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The handlebar cannot be adjusted height-wise. That said, it is possible to fold-down the handle for convenient storage/transport of the bike itself (ie this is a folding bike). Cheers!