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Old 07-05-04, 12:33 PM   #1
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Hi, I currently have a EZ Sport Limited and I'm looking to upgrade to a more hi performance recumbent. I was at my LBS yesterday and they have a Dual 650c wheel Vision r64 on clearance for $1495. They said they are trying to get rid of them since they are out of business so the sales guy said I could probably get it even cheaper if I made an offer.

I've been looking at the 650c Volae bikes but now that I have seen the Vision I really like it. I have not test road it yet, but plan to take it on a good ride this Wed. The bike fits me really well and I like the adjustable handlebars which the Volae's don't have.

I'm not too worried about Vision being out of business. I just would like some insight on the bike for those who either have one or have riden one. The other question I have is if I could put 26in. or 559c wheels and tires on it if I want to take it on a longer trip with a little extra gear strapped to it? And, if you can mount an M5 seat to it like the Volae's have?

Thanks for the help,

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