Hi everybody, I am making a return to cycling after many years absence. I happened to be walking in the park recently and I saw a gentleman on a tricycle which piqued my curiosity so I got into a conversation about it. It was a Di-Blasi folding tricycle and he showed me how it folded, and I was immediatly impressed. The next day I got on ebay looking for one, and I found one, which I recently collected from London. That was a baptism of fire, as I had just assumed that everything would be the same as riding a bike, and you never forget once you have learned. How wrong I was, and I had to ride this in rush hour traffic, in central London after dark, then get it onto the train and home. Luckily I made it, and now I am gently familiarising myself with it in somewhat safer territory. I expect at some point I will want to tweak it as I don't really like the rear brake, but I know nothing of what parts will fit and all that stuff so I am here to learn. I am also learning to be a weight lifter as it is not the lightest of machines and I live up three flights of steps, not too bad getting it down with the rear wheels folded, but it is a challenge going up again. I find a webbing strap over my shoulder helps.