Introduction to trikes on television

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Adam Lee (known as Desert Dune) was one of three correspondents who assisted Steve with updating the Badwater or Bust blog in 2009, while Steve was pedaling to and through Death Valley National Park on his ICE Q tricycle. Adam continues to fill in now and then as necessary while Steve is out exploring. https://badwater.wordpress.com/
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4 Responses to Introduction to trikes on television

  1. How do you post on this site?

  2. Glen A. says:

    That TV Station has made 3 or 4 programs about Terratrike. Slow news day in Grand Rapids?

  3. Desert Dune says:

    Hi Mike,
    The only way you can post information on this website is to leave a comment to a post (as you have done here with your question), or to visit the Reader Talk page at the following link, where you can talk about anything trike related:
    https://trikeasylum.wordpress.com/more/readers/reader-talk/
    If you are looking for a forum setting, which allows members to post at will, you can find that at Bent Rider Online, in the trike section at this link:
    http://www.bentrideronline.com/messageboard/forumdisplay.php?f=13
    Or, if you are into fatrikes, you can visit the Fatrike Forums at this link:
    http://fatrike.freeforums.org/
    This Trike Asylum website is not a forum, and not open to free postings other than mentioned above. Hope this helps.
    Adam

  4. I have a recumbent tadpole trike ( Gekko ). I have a BionX pedal assist on it currently. Due to the fact that I have had multiple surgeries within one of my legs. But, it’s not providing me the kind of riding assistance I need. Because it’s not functioning as well as it should. I’m curious on whether I could replace the BionX pedal assist system, with a pedal assist such as the Go Swiss.

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