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    wow, that's a really good average speed for an...

    wow, that's a really good average speed for an out of shape middle aged female. 12 to 15 mph "average"...and you're hardly even trying. What do you average on an upright bike? 15 to 18 mph?
    I must...
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    my comments apply to a terratrike only, and on a...

    my comments apply to a terratrike only, and on a flat crushed limestone rails to trail surface. I do not want to sound overly critical of the terratrike, it's a fine product and a fine company. I...
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    hi. I've ridden a wizwheels terratrike for...

    hi. I've ridden a wizwheels terratrike for several years now, and here's my opinions.

    a. Maybe it's just me, but this trike is no speedster. Riding on a flat rails-to-trail, I average around 10...
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    lolololololololol ...as the ever lovely Diane...

    lolololololololol
    ...as the ever lovely Diane McCh daydreams, about bjc97...her thoughts drift to that flashy black Sears English Racer. Her breathing grows more rapid, and deeper, as she recalls...
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    most of my riding is on a rails-to-trail path in...

    most of my riding is on a rails-to-trail path in SW Pennsylvania that follows the old P&LE Railroad along the Youghiogheny (yock-o-gainy) River. The trail is beautiful, and there are isolated...
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    hahaha mike; NO I don't have any gravel remaining...

    hahaha mike; NO I don't have any gravel remaining under me skin from that crash--- and yes, I agree, the lovely Diane McCh probably still thinks of me at *least* on a weekly basis, if not...
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    hey, thanks all to your contribs to this thread. ...

    hey, thanks all to your contribs to this thread.
    Mike, the bike fits me very well and is very comfortable to ride. Now, back in gradeschool, the bike was way way too big for me, and with the seat...
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    Thank you very much for the input. In doing...

    Thank you very much for the input. In doing further research, I found that SA licensed Puch to manufacture the 3 speed hub. Outwardly, the hub appears different than the SA in that it's "ribbed", ie....
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    In 1965, I was in 3rd grade, and one of my...

    In 1965, I was in 3rd grade, and one of my fondest memories is my older brother (my father had passed away) buying me my first "real" bike- a Sears 3speed "English Racer". While I've heard it's...
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    '65 Sears "English Racer"

    In 1965, I was in 3rd grade, and one of my fondest memories is my older brother (my father had passed away) buying me my first "real" bike- a Sears 3speed "English Racer". While I've heard it's...
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    I own 2 recumbents, a Burley Koosah and a...

    I own 2 recumbents, a Burley Koosah and a Whizwheels Terratrike. and the majority of my riding is done on crushed limestone rails 2 trails.
    Both are great machines and give you a great workout w/o...
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    I bought a Townie 21 a few days ago for my wife,...

    I bought a Townie 21 a few days ago for my wife, she freaks if her feet can't be planted firmly on the ground, and the Townie takes care of this problem so hopefully, it will get her into biking....
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