Inside leg: (adjustable)  80-95 cm


Frame size: (adjustable)  52 cm


Boarding height back  45 cm


Weight Bicycle  about 97 kg


Max. cycle length  232 cm


Max. cycle width  111 cm


Wheel size front  20"


Wheel size back  26"


Brakes front  Hydraulic brakes


Brakes back  V-Brakes


Standard colour:  Matt Blue / Silver


Max. User weight driver 120 kg


Max. User weight passenger 200 kg


The Chat rickshaw bike comes standard with our electric pedal support, which can be used to cycle backwards, among other things. Because the electric pedal support is standard, you get access to our Van Raam E-Bike App. This App is free and can be used as a luxury cycling computer for Van Raam bicycles with pedal assistance.


Optionally, the Chat can be extended with a canopy, so that the passengers are protected from sun and rain. This canopy is not part of the standard version and has to be ordered separately.

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The rickshaw bike Chat is meant to ride together with children and/or adults who are no longer able to participate in traffic on their own or for recreational use. An accompanying person cycles with one or two persons. The two people who join the group as a co-driver are seated next to each other in a specially designed cockpit where design and ergonomics come together. The driver sits behind this cockpit and thus has an overview of the road, but also of the occupants.

Van Raam Chat Rickshaw Bike UK

Transport bike for Adults and Children

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Prices from £8,740
Includes HT Power Assistance and reverse peddling action.

Prices include free shipping, personal delivery, set-up and instruction.

All prices are subject to VAT (exemptions may apply)

For more information or to make an order, please don't hesitate to contact us

The Chat gives people the opportunity to talk to each other, chat(ting). In the meantime you can enjoy a comfortable bike ride through a combination of suspension, correct ergonomics and soft goods. Elderly people can, for example, explore the city together with young people and take on the role of 'guide' and tell stories from the past, thus bringing them out of their isolation for a while.

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