Trike Squadron rides again!

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5 Responses to Trike Squadron rides again!

  1. After seeing this I a wonder, Could it be efficient to ride a trike group like a bicycle team, driving behind the aerodynamic wake of the leader?

  2. Another great video! How do you do it Glenn? And every time I watch your videos I wish I could be there riding with you guys. Well, maybe not when you are hill climbing. :) It does always look like you are really enjoying yourselves though.

  3. Glenn says:

    AlexanderLuthier – Yes it can help. we tried it in this video. We could for sure work on it a bit to tighten it up but it can work like a trike paceline

  4. jaymead2 says:

    Glenn and the Trike Squadron make it look easy, but then they have the legs for it and are used to showing us only the good stuff. A pace line going up steep inclines is about as interesting as watching paint dry. Hey the king snake was bonus footage! Great job Glenn!

  5. armadillozack says:

    These guys are really good..! To bad we don’t have an Olympic team sporting event involving recumbent trikes for the next summer Olympics…! The USA Trike Squadron…!

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