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  • Welcome Aboard!
    May 29
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    May 26
  • Have the trikes sold?
    May 26
  • whitewinter1 and Crusty joined.
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    May 25
  • Crusty
    Do you still have the trikes? Live in Longwood and would like to see them.
    May 25
  • davebeth, Lukas, REXSAM, Beancountercat, yafemeod and 4 others joined.
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    May 23
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    May 22
  • richa, alsantini and Rodney joined.
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    May 20
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  • Still hoping to find trikers to ride with near zhills,fl and Withlacoochee trail.
    May 17
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  • WYKen and mwmary joined.
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    May 17
  • Florida_bound
    Surprisingly, it makes a world of difference for me.
    May 16
  • Florida_bound
    Sorry, I didn't see your message until now. The other pole is a cheap one meant for a regular bike. I bought it at Walmart. I like it because it gives me greater visibility from further away.
    May 16
  • delchap, BKRIST and DeeCubed joined.
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    May 15
  • Polrbear
    adding 24 inch wheels only raises the seat 2 inches.
    May 16
  • Elkie
    Hi, I'm in Ottawa like you and was happy to find another local person on the TerraTrike site. I'm wanting to buy a trike for a family member who had a stroke and has foot drop on left foot. He rode a 3 wheel Sun Bike prior, the EZ Tri Classic but wants to switch over to a TerraTrike now that he is more recovered and feeling like something sportier would be more fitting - we are debating what is best right now between a Rover or a Rambler. Any insight or advice you have would be appreciated! Left hand was affected from the stroke so steering can't be too hard or tricky (I've read that certain Terra Trikes have very rigid/difficult steering). He also doesn't want to ride 'lying down' or have his feet much higher than his hips. He is young and strong but safety first! Any thoughts? Did you drive to Hamilton to pick up your trike or did you have it shipped here? Thank you so much! Kind regards from Stittsville.
    May 14
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    May 14
  • tiberium
    Do you still have the Rover? I'm interested but I have to come from Montreal. What would you consider a fair price?
    May 14
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    May 12
  • Christopher55
    Cont. Actually I should looking for a "Recumbent" trike for under $1500.

    Christopher55
    May 12
  • Christopher55
    Hello, I am brand new to this site and I am looking to buy a trike for under $1500 with the most bells and whistles. Can anyone help ? Suggestions ? Makes / Models ? Sites to search ?

    Thank you, Christopher55
    May 12
  • Honorably poor; wanting to improve health; admires terratrikes. Observing interest, but without expectation, and happy; may everyone have good health.
    May 12
  • SoCalRose and Flip joined.
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    May 11
  • Flip
    Is this bike still available?
    I live in Grafton WI
    414-418-1335
    May 11
  • richard1
    live 1 hour south of Rochester, hornell area, I have a handicapped child and looking to buy a recumbent tandem trike. Do you know of any persons who want to sell one, thanks. Richard R. richardrygiel@aol.com
    May 10
  • richard1 and VirginiaCr joined.
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    May 10
  • Was out later than planned, had a gentle night's ride home. Pack the lights with me no matter where I go. Reflective trim on the job as well.

    Since I had not planned to be out after dark had left the blue LED strobe at home. Also note that thee Slime tubes are holding air pressure quite well. Almost at the 500 odometer mark. :)
    May 10
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