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Sportaid.com (24" tubulars are popular with wheelchair racers) Unlike clinchers all 24" tubulars are the same size
Finally picked up a trike (rotator cuff surgery means no bike for me this season). Should have done this years ago- man it's FUN!
FWIW, I have had no issues with cars seeing me on my Trice XL (eXtra Low)- one of those speedy recumbent trikes ;)
They actually change lanes for me. :)
Got my first one 20 years ago, wish I had gotten one earlier too.
Yes, you have to ride it for a few minutes to charge the cap. Even now not all lights have that feature, but i wouldn't buy a light without it.
Not a bad deal for an Olmo with Campy bits. Clean and re-grease everything, throw on some new slicks and have a blast for the next 20 years.
Au contraire, it's fine any any sort of pavement riding. It's a road bike. (although I wouldn't put a rack and panniers on it either)
If it fits you, it is a very nice bike. You wouldn't find anything new that nice for $500. ;)
I have both. A little battery blinkie on the helmet doesn't hurt. But for general lighting, -dynamos.
More modern lights have a "standlight" feature that will give you about 5 minutes of light...
Definitely , both activities are reclined. ;)
Small babies are very sensitive to injury (neurological) from vibration. Also little necks do not have the strength to adequately support the head. My advice is just wait until kiddo is at least a...
Proof that you Ride:
As long as it works for you......
More respect/visibility from motorists (all of them)
More comfortable (all of them)
Safer (endos and falls)
I also concur with Cycling Monkey's experience. for some reason, a bent...
If I'm racing, I'll wear a bodysuit, so shaving is superfluous. So, no.
Enjoy the wonders of testosterone!
Sports Authority has them. They're called swimming jammers.
That's one of the nicest city bikes I've seen. Well done. At this point just keep riding! My one piece of advice is always be very aware of your environment: cars, road condition etc. Keep your "head...
If it's at a low level of exertion, cheese and crackers. Lots of calories and it metabolizes slowly. Chips and guacamole is also good for the same reason
I have bikes with both rim brakes and discs. Discs are fine but with a LWB bike with the lightly loaded front wheel, you won't be able to use all the braking power anyway as you'd lock the front...
This one is still above the hood of a car. Even on an upright, you're not above the hood of a truck.
For a trike with a higher seat height, I recommend a Greenspeed Magnum. My wife loves hers and there's no problem with it being seen (she has the seat set at max height). The Magnum folds and the...
Master bike cuffs.
You may have trouble finding USS and LWB and 26"wheels
SWB, but Here you go-
AZUB MAX- the guys at Azub are experienced tourers
AZUB BIKE -...