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Old 04-14-10, 04:16 AM   #1
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Hello from Central Florida

Not quite sure where I belong here. I ride a Miami Sun trike. Yes, I have moderate balance issues.

Where do I go here? Do I belong in the recumbent section? Will they throw stones at me because my three wheeler is an upright trike and not a recumbent?

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Old 04-14-10, 05:21 AM   #2
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Cheers and welcome to Bike Forums! What kind of riding is it you do with the trike (e.g. commuting, recreational, running errands, shopping groceries)?
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Cheers and welcome to Bike Forums! What kind of riding is it you do with the trike (e.g. commuting, recreational, running errands, shopping groceries)?
Chao Juha,

I currently use my trike to run short distance errands. My goal though is to use my trike to go to the dentist (2 miles away) my doctor (4 miles away) and to church (5 miles away). Then there's the general shopping/entertainment areas that are scattered along a 3 mile route that's 1 mile away.

I guess you can classify me as one of those cyclist that ride for a reason and not necessarily the scenery. I don't have a car.

I know these may be paltry distances to some but not to me. One mile feels like 10 miles to me.

I want to really lessen my reliance on my relatives (especially my sister) for rides besides forcing myself to exercise.

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