Recumbent Trikes

I'll let you know soon. I'm getting both a new kitchen and a recumbent trike this month ;) seriously!
 
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shouldbeinbed

shouldbeinbed

Rollin' along
Location
Manchester way
*red face* fixed the thread title.

I'd love a go from home into Manchester and back on a recumbent and a try in a velomobile too. Money and storage are against me tho.
 

Pedalabitslower

Über Member
Location
Warwickshire
I have no experience of a new kitchen but do own and love my ICE recumbent trike. Most drivers are really considerate allowing extra room when overtaking. You can climb any hill though progress can be slow........coming back down is another matter....Wheeee!!
 

classic33

Legendary Member
*red face* fixed the thread title.

I'd love a go from home into Manchester and back on a recumbent and a try in a velomobile too. Money and storage are against me tho.
Rode a Brox Quad through Manchester City Centre with no problems. Even got given more space than I would have on two wheels.
 

raleighnut

Legendary Member
Location
On 3 Wheels
I couldn't afford one so got my Kentex upright (knowing I'd be able to sell it for 75% of what it cost) mainly for physiotherapy but also for transport (non-driver).
If I can ever get the cash together I'll be riding one though.
 
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