Because I am always hunting adaptive equipment that can better Noah's life and bring him enjoyment I stumbled on an advertisement for the new Taga 2.0. I was instantly intrigued. It captured my attention immediately as it did for so many other special needs parents in the community. We liked the idea that it could accommodate older children, it had a chair that had recline capabilities, it even had an electric feature, sunshade and even additional accessories for your child's desire to play. And this is the very best part, it's affordable - or I guess I should say within a more reasonable reach for special needs families than most all other adaptive bikes are.
Taga 2.0 was launched into a Kickstarter Crowdfunding Campaign. Within the first two weeks Taga 2.0 reached their 100K goal within the first eight minutes the campaign going active with nearly 1,500 backers who pledged a purchase. This has pledge amount has now exceed $1.55 million dollars. Figures like these tell you just how much families have been waiting for a bike like the Taga 2.0. Of course by pledging for a Taga 2.0 in the next 44 days you will be saving hundreds of dollars in a discount from retail price.
And here's an even better part... for all of Noah's followers the first ten who pledge for the Taga 2.0 during Kickstarter will get a free universal click-on adapter! All you need to do is send an email to [firstname.lastname@example.org] email@example.com saying that you were referred by Noah's Miracle!
And because Taga is a company that cares... as we speak they are working behind the scenes to give even better seating opportunities to children with special needs that will be compatible with the Taga 2.0.
The Taga 2.0 would allow me to keep that dream alive for Noah and to get him back into family bike participation opportunities, we hope that we'll be able to find funding during the Kickstarter campaign to be able to gift him with a Taga at Christmas (anticipated estimated delivery for many of the pledge options). It has an extra comfort seat, recline seating, sunshade, and toy accessories that we could mount that would give Noah such a sense of fun as he rode a bike with his family. A perfect match for so many children with special needs!
Don't forget to check out the Kickstarter Campagin and video at the link! Taga 2.0 is a perfect bike for children of all abilities. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/taga2/taga-20-the-ultimate-most-affordable-family-bike
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