Does your neck ache when you sit in a comfy chair? Try it. Slump a bit in a chair, and look ahead level all evening - watching telly for example...summerdays said:A question I would like to know about trikes is - does it make your neck ache?
Also of course, it's all about speed isn't it? Forget comfort, stability etc. Speed is all that matters.Fiona N said:I posted too - a few times actually - as I get so fed up with the sort of response from one of the posters i.e. I overtook a girl on a trike (not me, I hasten to add) therefore uprights are faster than recumbents Is it just the scientist in me that reads that and sees 'apples and oranges', as it were?
72.9mph!Catrike UK said:Fards has faired in his Catrike 700 and has now managed 72.9 mph downhill and 50mph on the flat, so maybe it is all about speed.
Me too. My max so far is 33 - but I'm hoping to improve that. The road surface and topology makes a lot of difference - a long straight downhill, not too steep, with a nice rise at the end to decellerate you, and nice smooth tarmac, that's the best.summerdays said:72 mph would have me having to shut my eyes or be heavily drugged.
I would point if I was with my kids or friends - but not making fun of you ... but wanting them to see it, and then tell them I wanted a go on one. Don't think everyone looking at you is laughing at you ... it may be envy in their eyesn-ick said:I love folk who laugh and point, I do it back to them !
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