So how many recumbent riders have we?

andharwheel

Senior Member
Location
Frozen North
Aerobike Sprint (Scottish built, no longer made) SWB light bike
Windcheetah No18
Challenge Hurricane
 

squeaker

Über Member
Location
Steyning
Only three....

bonj said:
You've got FOUR recumbents? Why the devil do you need four? Give me one.
I've only three :smile: - sigh.....
(Mistral for fast short rides & Audax, Grasshopper for carrying stuff / touring, Trice 'S' for fun and when I'm too knackered to ride up hills slowly e.g. after circuit training).
 

Wobbly John

Veteran
 

Johnny Thin

New Member
Speed Ross, awaiting new forks
Toxy ZR

I have found someone to take my former Kingcycle with a view to doing repair work on the frame and making it rideable.
 

mcd

Well-Known Member
Just one for me as well - another streetmachine. An older photo - there's been a couple of mods since then.

When I say "just one", that's until the ferry gets in on Monday with No.2 :biggrin:
 
bonj said:
You've got FOUR recumbents? Why the devil do you need four? Give me one.
Catrike - Fast touring and commuting
Hurricane - Very fast day riding and light touring
SMGT - Workhorse. heavy tourer and trailer engine
Linear - Sedate "older" bike. Occasional day use, now less used due to age and scarcity of parts

Would this be the time to mention the 14 non- recumbents my wife and I share?
 

mcd

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Cunobelin said:
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Would this be the time to mention the 14 non- recumbents my wife and I share?
You're just showing off that you've got a garage (or would that be an aircraft hanger???). On a recent cycle through Gosport on the way to Southampton I saw a large hovercraft parked on the right - I guess that's your's as well, eh? :biggrin:
 
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