Liar. Just kidding, Claude Access for the second passenger is gained via the area between the chair and bike. You'll notice there's a tow bar. This will play into some of the reasoning for the rigid upper links. Let's see. He stated that he wanted to tow a small boat trailer to the water's edge. This would include beach launches without a proper ramp. So, we have 4 people on-board the outfit (himself, the wife plus two children), possible deep sand to traverse, a half a packet of cigarettes, a full tank of gas and he's towing a small boat... what could go wrong. Secondly, he spent some serious coin upgrading the DR's suspension. He uses it. As in, he seriously uses it off road. He's still riding that same terrain with the outfit. There will come occasions where a rigid has a serious advantage. He now has that option. .