Author Topic: Interesting and Unusual Bikes You've Seen  (Read 487622 times)

Kim

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Re: Interesting and Unusual Bikes You've Seen
« Reply #2950 on: 02 May, 2021, 08:04:15 pm »
Hase Pino, on the bend at Forhill.  I didn't stop because I was mid-right-turn and it looked like one of the riders was inspecting a hedge.

And later on, an upright tandem slowly catching up with me in my mirror.  They turned off before overtaking.
Careful, Kim. Your sarcasm's showing...

Re: Interesting and Unusual Bikes You've Seen
« Reply #2951 on: 03 May, 2021, 03:56:35 pm »
A Jorvik trike, must have been e assist possibly even just e as couldn't see if the captain was actually pedaling. They stopped to change passenger and pilot and we had a chat as my beloved but stupid dog decided to stand in the middle of the shared use path. They didn't mind and made a fuss of him. Wasnt as wide as I imagined (the trike not my dog) but seemed a good option as looked like one of the people on it had mobility issues

Edit and they're not as expensive as I thought they would be. Having seen e cargo bikes for 4k or more they trikes seem to start around 2k

Re: Interesting and Unusual Bikes You've Seen
« Reply #2952 on: 10 May, 2021, 12:14:10 pm »
Every month or so I see a "well used" Pedersen locked up at my local Morrisons, but today I saw it out and about.
Was rather lovely to see, I think my wave and "nice bike" was received.

On the way back I saw a GT40 (or clone/kit there of) but that is for another thread.