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ka0use 07-02-13 08:18 PM

amf probe (pic)
 
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i find the coolest pics. considered a pedal car, meaning connecting rods, not a chain.
do kids' 'bents count?

JanMM 07-02-13 09:06 PM

If the Recumbent forum had a Pub 51, this would go there.
So would discussions of the Elliptigo. http://www.elliptigo.com/
But, I would like to see a video of someone 'driving' that amf-probe. An adult, preferably.

BlazingPedals 07-03-13 09:25 AM

I have the feeling that it's RWS. Ugh.

Doesn't look retro like the AMC, but this is much better:

http://www.trisled.com.au/images_con...otovelo_04.jpg

ka0use 07-03-13 12:13 PM

^ easter eggs! gorgeous colors!

osco53 07-04-13 04:21 AM

I like the green one,,, I'd add some cool accent stripes n graphics, and a stereo XD

ka0use 07-17-13 04:38 PM

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Originally Posted by osco53 (Post 15813712)
I like the green one,,, I'd add some cool accent stripes n graphics, and a stereo XD

i gotta ask- how does one get in/out without cripping onself up? is the cowl pneumatically moved?

CraigB 07-17-13 05:58 PM

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Originally Posted by ka0use (Post 15861739)
i gotta ask- how does one get in/out without cripping onself up? is the cowl pneumatically moved?

They come with a certificate for two free lessons from Stirling Moss.

BlazingPedals 07-18-13 05:49 AM

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Originally Posted by ka0use (Post 15861739)
i gotta ask- how does one get in/out without cripping onself up? is the cowl pneumatically moved?

You simply climb down and in. The opening is quite large. The ones pictured are using 'kayak covers' to close in most of the opening, leaving just enough space for the rider's head to stick out. You can also get an optional detachable roof. Both can store inside the body. Between the two, they keep the rider dry when riding in rain.

http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/016...4x1024.jpg?614


(Shown on a different model of velomobile.)


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