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Old 10-02-08, 09:42 AM   #1
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Catrike Pocket??????

After reading a number of [unbiased] reviews, I think I may purchase the Pocket for my first trike. I like it's design, price (it will most likely be used), size, and weight.
If you own one or have ridden one, I'd like to hear more experiences with the Pocket.
my stats:
120# on a good day, 140# on a bad
38 1/2 x-seam
will be carrying an additional load of 90 pounds touring gear AND
pulling a trailer; loaded max. 100 (not always 100 pounds though)
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