Greenspeed Trike Anatomy

Ever wonder what makes up a trike? Well, this image, courtesy of Ian Sims of Greenspeed, gives a good idea of what makes up the Greenspeed Magnum recumbent tadpole tricycle.

Greenspeed Trike Anatomy


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One Response to Greenspeed Trike Anatomy

  1. Steve Newbauer says:

    That is interesting and informative. However, I noticed one mistake they made in identification of parts. They show the front wheel hub (outside) as the drum brake instead of the actual drum brake which is located on the opposite side (inside). Somebody wasn’t thinking or paying attention.

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