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Mary Arneson velomobiling.blogspot.com
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93 Bikes Linked Together
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Young Cargo Biker with an AttitudeYoung Cargo Biker With an Attitude Ready to roll, and this fellow isn%u2019t about to be pushed around. He may be insisting on pedals before he goes anywhere. Or perhaps a helmet. Or maybe he just wants everyone to be quiet and pay attention while he does something remarkable for a rider his age.mark. stosberg.com/bike
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Rolling Bike CannerySummer is over and harvest time is near. And as the seasons change, a different kind of trike takes to the fields. The "Canning Trike" - custom-designed by Jan VanderTuin in Eugene, OR ñ is equipped to go from garden to garden demonstrating how to preserve nutritious food by canning. No chemical preservatives, no long-distance shipping. Grow, preserve and eat without leaving home. The top of the trike pops off to become a workable sink. From inside emerge a high-powered two-burner propane stove, a pressure cooker, knives and other necessary equipment. If it can be done in Eugene, it could equally be done most anywhere; a righteous combination of pedal power with wholesome local food. Whatís not to like? catoregon.org
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Rug for your RumpIf I am going to plant my butt on a bicycle saddle, then I want it to be something special. And this saddle cover certainly fits the bill. Crafted in Tajikistan, it transforms the saddle into a thing of beauty, comfort and distinction. The yarn breathes and keeps the tender bits comfortable. Now some may not care about that, but I say - keep them happy! bikes.msu.edu
Australian Greenspeed Anura trikes link together to form a tandem setup.
Two people going on tour need a way to carry their stuff - hence the trailer pictured above. The whole pedal-powered train runs to about 15 feet long, which is bound to be noticed while cruising comfortably along. And by replacing the front wheel of the rear trike, you have two independent vehicles - for those times when the riders just have to get away from each other.
Of course you are not limited to two - the current record is 93 Hase Kettwiesels and riders coupled together.
Imagine a 560-foot-long pedal-powered snake and you have the basic idea.
Try riding 93 diamond-frame bikes linked together.
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