Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Aurora, CO
Bikes: 2005 Performer Toscana, Kona Hoo-Ha, RANS V3 steel, RANS City
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I agree with the above. LWBs are generally more stable, which makes them nice for long-distance cruising and touring. Also, they have slightly more frame flex, thus a cushier ride. SWBs can be great too, quite speedy, they just need a light touch for steering. Relaxation and practice is the key.
Haluzaks have a good rep. Perhaps your friend can try a variety of recumbents before he makes a choice.
Last edited by Recumbomatic; 04-13-07 at 11:41 PM.