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    For me, all the reasons in the first posts, plus...

    For me, all the reasons in the first posts, plus got really tired of getting wet and blown around in bad weather. So a recumbent trike with fairing was the way to go for me (I couldn't afford a...
  2. Talk to C.G. Rasmussen at info@leitra.dk (builder...

    Talk to C.G. Rasmussen at info@leitra.dk (builder of the famous Leitra velomobile)

    He created the Wildcat fairing as a response to people like myself wanting a fairing for a recumbent trike that...
  3. I park it like any other bicycle at work, or at...

    I park it like any other bicycle at work, or at the shops, or wherever. Sure, sometimes it's a bit too big, but generally have no problem finding a place for it. And I have a very nice ABUS lock...
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    As BlazingPedals has pointed out, just about any...

    As BlazingPedals has pointed out, just about any large-wheel bike rack ought to work. But that will depend on the rack's mounting points of course. You might even need to build some modified braces...
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    There are a couple of two-wheel full fairing...

    There are a couple of two-wheel full fairing recumbents that have retractable landing gear, but it's usually a home-built ride. You'll be hard pressed to find something in regular production.
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    ...just faster. :D On a serious note, I will...

    ...just faster. :D

    On a serious note, I will second the suggestion of a P-38 (even though i'm a trike and velomobile guy). You can also look at HP Velotechnik HP Velotechnik - Main page...
  7. Mine's a bit different: A Steintrike Nomad Sport...

    Mine's a bit different: A Steintrike Nomad Sport with a Leitra Wildcat nose fairing and Novosport tailbox.
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    Sticky: Or save up for a velomobile. True, it's costly,...

    Or save up for a velomobile. True, it's costly, but you can cycle in all sorts of bad weather (apart from deep snow on the road) comfortably, go considerably faster, and carry all sorts of extra...
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    velomobile-eurotours.org

    Not to sound like an advertisement, nor to detract too much from this forum for discussing tours, velomobile-eurotours.org has been opened to everyone who would like to use an event manager to track...
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    update: Facebook was rather ineffective in...

    update: Facebook was rather ineffective in tracking people interested in actually joining the tour, versus "fans" of the page. So a dedicated website has been started, but not only for EuroTour...
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    Poll: Exactly! This should be the focus of debate, not...

    Exactly! This should be the focus of debate, not anecdotal evidence, or figures taken from outdated and error-prone reports on cycle injuries, or heated opinions on the use of a largely...
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    Poll: Very much so the case. It's been shown in...

    Very much so the case. It's been shown in various ways in Denmark and Netherlands that cycling 'en masse' is far safer than individually, regardless of wearing a helmet or not. Motor vehicle...
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    Poll: Did April 1st sneak up on me and I didn't notice?...

    Did April 1st sneak up on me and I didn't notice? :D
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    Euro Tour 2014: Oslo->Berlin

    After the reasonable success of the Euro Tour 2013 velomobile tour across 5 countries in two weeks, Carl Georg Rasmussen of Leitra has started planning for 2014 with a trip from Oslo, Norway to...
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    Sticky: If being a loser means having more money in your...

    If being a loser means having more money in your pocket at the end of a pay period (not spending it on car things like gas and insurance and costly repairs), better health and higher chance of living...
  16. Your point is moot because the UCI deals with...

    Your point is moot because the UCI deals with racing conditions, not day-to-day riding. Several of these "studies" you mention (since you don't mention specific ones I have to generalize just a bit)...
  17. Well it might have, but we don't have any...

    Well it might have, but we don't have any information on how the accident happened. But I do agree, it's rather silly to say the helmet did it's job when DocsDad's friend needed facial repair and...
  18. Never wear a helmet, so never have the...

    Never wear a helmet, so never have the temptation! :) Bike helmets are still too under-engineered for the task at hand.

    Correction, I did wear a helmet a couple of times around 2004-2007 but...
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    Sticky: Update for my own ride: cut out the middle to...

    Update for my own ride: cut out the middle to make it lighter, shorter, and improving the turning radius to almost that of the original trike.
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    Sticky: Or on a recumbent trike or quad with appropriate...

    Or on a recumbent trike or quad with appropriate rear rack and bags, which can later be upgraded to a velomobile so that you can ride all year 'round in greater comfort, speed, and cargo capacity. :)
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    Poll: Agreed. I'm not anti-helmet, but I am generally...

    Agreed. I'm not anti-helmet, but I am generally anti-stupid. Having lived in Europe for 13 years now, (7 years in Germany, and 6 years in Copenhagen, Denmark, arguably one of the top cycling cities...
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    Convert it into a recumbent, and you'll be really...

    Convert it into a recumbent, and you'll be really styling! (from http://stein.dommel.be/brompton/chapters/Future.html )
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    Brompton is arguably the most compact of the...

    Brompton is arguably the most compact of the folders, with little or no loss in comfort. I know the former Danish dealer of Bromptons use to keep up with (or even pass) roadies easily on his 5 speed...
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    Not to de-rail the thread too much, but seat...

    Not to de-rail the thread too much, but seat comfort was my key reason for switching from uprights to recumbents - specifically recumbent trikes (then later velomobiles). I started doing long 1,000+...
  25. Ever since moving to Europe in 2000, I've never...

    Ever since moving to Europe in 2000, I've never needed a driving license (except maybe the odd time when I wished I rented a car while someplace on holiday because the locale's public transport...
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