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Old 10-01-06, 01:50 AM   #1
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tandem whith sit in front of

Bonjour, i'm french excuse me but i don't write very well your language - i'm searching tandems with a sit in front of - i had the address but a bug has broken my links page - i'm searching also a website whith all the addresses on the bikkes and parts ( classic bikes, tandem, recumbent, conversion....... also broken by the bug ) thank you very much .
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Are you referring to a semi-recumbent, like one of the following? Left - Angletech Harmony & Right Bilenky Viewpoint



Hase Spezialrader also offers a semi-recumbent, such as their Pino-Hase semi-recumbent (Racing model pictured)



I'm not exactly sure which web site you're referring to, but I have maintained a tandem information site for about 6 or 7 years that contains links to various tandem-related information on the Web that is called TheTandemLink: http://www.thetandemlink.com
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tandem seat front of

thanks, it was a classic bike no recumbent
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thanks, it was a classic bike no recumbent
There's always the Classic and Antigue Bicycle Exchange (CABE)
http://www.thecabe.com/

Old Roads: http://oldroads.com/
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Here's one that is EASY to ride! A Greenspeed GTT.
I sometimes let my 6 yr old sit up front and I steer and brake from the back seat. He loves that!
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Here's one that is EASY to ride! A Greenspeed GTT.
I sometimes let my 6 yr old sit up front and I steer and brake from the back seat. He loves that!
Very cool setup Dr. D. I especially like the hi-speed, hi-tec, low drag wind sock ! The speed sensation must be phenomenal.
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Very cool setup Dr. D. I especially like the hi-speed, hi-tec, low drag wind sock ! The speed sensation must be phenomenal.
The wind sock is to apease the Mom-in-law god! And the speed sensation is very stable (compared to my GTX) and has thus far hit a downhill top speed of 48 mph! Probably could've gone 50 if it weren't for that VERY VISIBLE windsock!
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