Rose City Recumbent Cycles – Portland Oregon

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This Fullfat is the entry-level model, using dérailleurs and rear suspension.

Fullfat vs AdventureHere is the ICE Fullfat Rose City Recumbent Cycles just assembled, next to an ICE Adventure. Note the striking difference in size, which translates into greater visibility while sharing paved roads with automobiles. Visit Rose City Recumbent Cycles HERE. This shop lives in otherworldly Portland, Oregon, which has more beer breweries than any other city in the United States. They also have mega cool trikes!

Oh, by the way, here is the ICE Adventure assembly:

And here they are preparing their shop for business:

Visit this awesome recumbent trike shop HERE. You can also find them on Trike Asylum on the BUY page, so you can get what you want when you want!

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One Response to Rose City Recumbent Cycles – Portland Oregon

  1. armadillozack says:

    I do not know if you are aware of the fact that the full fat time lapse film is not available for viewing at this time I have tried to enter the site a few times from early this morning thru this time now 5:36 pm est. I hope it is not serious, and that you will be able to get the page up and running soon.. Your friend………….Armadillozack

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