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Old 11-26-14, 03:23 PM   #1
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Tir-Rider folding tricycles

Somehow I stumbled onto the website for Tri-Rider, which appears to offer folding trikes as well as non-folding models. Can anybody tell me about these guys -- as a company, I mean? A search of the forums turned up nothing....

Failing that, do folding trikes hold up as well as non-folding ones to everyday wear and tear?
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too over broad a generalization to offer a specific reply.. just say .. Depends ..
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