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Discussion in 'Hobbies & Crafts' started by Hal Pollner, Dec 23, 2018.
I just quit the above Forum!
Have to ask; Was it because they couldn't spell correctly...?
May one ask why ?
You may ask, @Holly, but you won't get an answer from me.
I'm not being hard-headed, it's just something that I couldn't live with.
Yup, probably bad spelling. Someone wrote about riding a to wheeler in a three wheeler thread.
Just kidding you a little @Hal Pollner.
Everyone has joined forums and then opted out at some point and we all have our reasons for doing so.
I think though, you may have set a record.
12 minutes between your joined post and your quit post is a hard one to beat!
Well, good for you, Hal. I like some one who knows what they like and how to make a decision. Happy New Year.;
I just upgraded my trike with a set of fatter tires....2.125" instead of 1.5".
It corrected my trip computer error from 5% to 1%, and they rider a little softer, with 30 PSI instead of 50 PSI.
The last time I had a Trike was when I was 3 years old, in 1939.
Now here I am on a Trike, 80 years later!
I need one of those. How much does one coast?
Now that's one I'd like to try.
To Shirley and Bill:
That is a SUN E-Z-Tri Classic Recumbent Trike.
It has a 16" front wheel and 20" rear wheels.
They list for $1100-$1200, but I got mine for $1000 and upgraded the tires to a slightly fatter size, giving a slightly softer ride.
I also installed a resettable Trip Computer that records the mileage of individual trips, the current speed in MPH or KPH, the highest speed reached on a trip, and the average speed on a trip. It also has an Odometer that records the total accummulated mileage since you owned the trike, and a digital clock in 12 or 24-hour format.
The seat is adjustable fore-and-aft, and the seat back can be set for different degrees of tilt. The chain-and-sprocket transmission has 21 speeds, with 3 ranges of 7 speeds each, with handlebar shifters. It has rear disc brakes and a caliper front brake.
It's the most comfortable way to pedal yourself there is!
I hope you get one!
@Hal Pollner , I'm just a poor country girl. I can't afford one, How about if you use some of all that extra money you have lying around and buy one and send it to me.
I'll do it if you can pay the shipping cost of the trike plus packaging weight over 3000 miles...
The price I paid is an entry-level price for a recumbent. They can run over $3000!
So you see...I'M the cheapie, buying a budget-priced trike!