In times of many cancellations, we want to make some announcements

Hej-yah you wild SUSHI Riders!

There's a lot going on right now. 😎 On the streets, but also in our email inbox.
It seems like the SUSHI owners are just hanging around outside, as many pictures as we get every day. As a result, we no longer find time to scroll ourselves in the office and instead scroll.... through our inbox. So here's an update on what's going on with you - and thus with us - at the moment:

I. How are the first SUSHI bikes received?

II. fairs in Düsseldorf and Dortmund canceled: our "Plan P

III. soy-ciety: The community event for cyclists with taste

I. How do the first SUSHI Bikes arrive? 💬

Well, in a package. But unfortunately, sometimes this goes down more, sometimes less well. We apologize for that, of course, and are working at full speed to solve any problems with Hermes as quickly as possible.
But when it is unpacked and assembled, it seems to arrive really well! And that makes us happy. In the SUSHI Bike Owners Facebook group there is already a lot of customer feedback about the build, look and feel of the bikes. If you are not a member yet: In addition to questions and answers from the community, this channel will also provide you with the latest information on all topics related to SUSHI bikes (including delivery dates).
Have a look!

In case the question about the "how" can't comfort you over the question about the "when", and you are absolutely no Facebook fan, here is a short info about the status of the deliveries:
We have the very ambitious goal that all bikes of this batch, i.e. with an order date until 01.12.2019, should have left the warehouse by mid KW13. 🙏 So far we have sent out almost all bikes with an order date until the end of August. Due to initial problems with the chronological delivery, there are isolated exceptions. We apologize for this: this should not have happened. We are currently catching up on this delivery.

II. Fairs in Düsseldorf, Dortmund and Berlin canceled: Our "Plan P" 🚲

The CyclingWord Düsseldorf, as well as the E-Bike Festival Dortmund and the VELOBerlin were canceled. For us, the fairs were a chance to meet you in person and offer you a test ride. We definitely don't want to be deprived of this chance, so we came up with a "Plan P".
Yes, we are funny and you are a fox. That's why you've probably long since added up 1 grain of rice + 1 grain of rice and know: Plan P stands for test drive. 🕵 ️
What, how, where, when? You can find the dates on our test drive page.

III. Soy-ciety: the community event for bikers with taste 📆

Yes, test rides are important for getting to know future SUSHI bikers. Aaaaabut, here's the thing: SUSHI, test rides, SUSHI bikes and future customers wouldn't even exist without SUSHI owners. To show that we value you as a customer, we've thought of something. We want to start a regulars' table for SUSHI bike owners with Soy-ciety. We have noticed how much your feedback helps us and want to promote this exchange.

With the four digits of your order number you can register exclusively for the event.
As we write this blog entry, the situation around Corona is getting more serious, the shadows darker and the rat tails longer. How, and in which frame the regulars' table will take place, is therefore still uncertain. But we will think of something, so that we soon (possibly virtually) with you soy-cialisen can. 👬