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Old 11-04-09, 07:57 PM   #1
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Tri Makazi - anyone know these guys?

I am wondering if they ever got around to making these available? Seems like the website has not been updated in ages and most of its blocked off from public access.

http://www.trimakazi.com/
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I am wondering if they ever got around to making these available? Seems like the website has not been updated in ages and most of its blocked off from public access.

http://www.trimakazi.com/
There's a couple mentions of "Fort Stevens", which probably means the annual Recumbent Retreat: http://www.recumbentretreat.org/ . Take a close look at the panoramas and see if you spot them. (I didn't.)

You could post a note to the OHPV forum: http://www.ohpv.org/forums/ or the BentPacNW list: http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/BentPacNW/ and see what turns up.
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Never heard of them before. If I'm reading it right, they sell plans? Parts, kits? Not sure. The trike looks and sounds like a take-off on the Windcheetah, with bonded tubes and joystick steering. If you find out, be sure to post more info. The web page wasn't very helpful to me; but for an I.T. person I can be a bit dense sometimes.

Tri-makazi? As in "kamakazi" only on 3 wheels?
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