Comparing Trike Brands: by Matt and Ryan, March 2013

Here is an oldie when Matt and Ryan were putting together initial ideas about what has become the JaYoe world tour. It is fun to watch them compare popular trike brands:


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One Response to Comparing Trike Brands: by Matt and Ryan, March 2013

  1. Alonzo L Savage (Trike rebel) says:

    The tall guy was riding a trike with the boom set up too close for his leg length, so he really was a ‘tall guy riding a small bike’ and as for sitting up and feeling the bump of his belly, so what, buy a properly set up trike and ride the darn thing. That way the weight will soon disappear and you’ll be having a great time into the bargain. But you know what, both guys came back from their ride wearing the recumbent grin. Two converts me thinks.

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