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More and more people each year are discovering how Triking is a fun, easy, emission-free way to keep fit. TerraTrikes offer a great view of the scenery and an immediate relief from the aches and pains of traditional bicycles.
They are great at replacing your car on short trips while laughing at gas prices. They are well respected in traffic due to their curious shape, and they are easy to transport on traditional bike racks or on a TerraTrike specific hitch rack. TerraTrikes have a comfort level and a cool factor that cannot be denied. Treat yourself to a test ride today, and be part of the solution.
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Grease: Grease consists of a base oil with a thickener added. These thickeners consist primarily of metal soaps (lithium, sodium, aluminum, and calcium), organic (ureas), or inorganic compounds. While these t…
Get two or three thin strips of wood.
Brush an epoxy between the strips
Bend around desired shape and hold with clamps
Let epoxy cure overnight
Sand excess and light brush coat everything with epoxy, let cure and top coat with UV coat.
There is a TerraTrike facebook page managed by T.T.
There is another independent TerraTrike Owners facebook page with 1,600 members
There is a Recumbent Trike Group on facebook with 5,900 members.
If you're thinking of marketing anything I'd us…
Jrobiso2 wrote: »
Ever heard of a hammer screwdriver? I've got one that's as fat as the base of my thumb, with changeable heads. Set the desired movement direction (clockwise or counter), set the bit into the thing to be moved, and hit the head wi…
From your post above " It takes around 2300 watts ( with no assist) to climb a 16% grade at 12 mph. ". Are you expectations to b able to maintain 12 mph while going up a 16 % grade ? That is very optimistic.
Even Trek one of the larger bike manufacturers doesn't have a online parts store, Cat Trike doesn't, Ice doesn't.
Yes they sell some accessories on line but not the hardware parts that make up a bike or trike.
Since this thread has gone downhill already............the V.A. , our Legislative and Executive branches of the federal government all are complicit in failing to properly care for the injured soldiers beginning in the hospitals with delays for trea…
I think back to when I was young and rode a bike everyday almost year round and the bike sat out in the weather. I probably never lubed or cleaned the chain, may have possible squirted some 3in1 oil on it but i doubt it. Later in life I had a number…
Regarding dog boots. We took our young german shorthair pointer to bass pro and fitted him with boots or sorta tried It was one of the funniest puppy acts I've seen. He resisted having them put on and then walked, staggered and jumped around unti…
TrikeBirder wrote: »
When I lived in South Boardman & Fife Lake ~40+ years ago, after plowing the main roads (at ~60mph!?) they would put down brine (salt) soaked sand. The brine would melt the surface of any snow an the sand would stick to th…
Monokote or shrink wrap. Check Google. Covering all three wheels could increase the effect of cross winds. Doubt it would provide much aero improvement if you have a lot of accessories I.e. bags, racks etc. But they look neat !
October last year I planned to do a 75 mile ride from T.C. to Northport state park and back. Hwy 22 north of Sutton Bay is fairly safe by then except for the occasional leaf peeper. The weather just wouldn't cooperate, wind or rain keep it from happ…
Yup, cut the wood thin enough and you wouldn't need to steam them. Glue two or three thin strips around a curve and clamp until the glue dries and you have fenders. Hard part is making the brackets that fasten the fender to the bike.