Reinventing the Bicycle

We are only looking for serious developers, engineers, and other people interested in being a part of the Cardigo team at this stage.

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Welcome to Cardigo Bikes

The Cardigo Bicycle Company wants to introduce you to the innovative new Cardigo. A bicycle that provides a fun way to get your daily dose of aerobic exercise while being outdoors. If you are new to the site, we have lots to share. The Cardigo has been featured in various media outlets for its innovative design. The Discovery channel shared the Cardigo on “Outrageous Acts of Science” in the “Make it Real” episode that aired on November 13, 2018 and physicist Debbie Berebeichez exclaimed, “Who knew you could reinvent the bicycle?” For those who have been here before, take a look at the new video and notice the streamlined improvements that have been made since you first viewed the Cardigo. We would like to invite you to learn more about the Cardigo on the new website. Thanks for viewing.


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We are only looking for serious developers

Thank you for taking the time to review the new Innovative Cardigo Bike. The Cardigo Bicycle Company would like to invite bicycle developers and designers at this time. The Cardigo Bike has been built, designed, ridden, and enjoyed but it is still in a development stage.  The team would like to connect with developers, designers and innovative investors who can bring the Cardigo Bike to life for others to experience the amazing upper and lower body workout. Please contact us today so we can discuss.

The Bicycle Reinvented

This exciting new Cardigo Bicycle allows an upper body workout that does not exist with a traditional bicycle.  The bicycle was invented in 1817, and then exactly 200 years later in 2017 the bicycle was reinvented in the form of the Cardigo. It has had a patent pending for over two years now and we are hoping the United States Patent Office is about to review the application for the patent.