Trike for person with minor cerebral palsy?

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Quicksilver89
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Re: Trike for person with minor cerebral palsy?

Postby Quicksilver89 » 18 Dec 2017, 2:50pm

Yup I've seen Kevin and enjoyed the ICE trikes :mrgreen:

Also saw KMX bikes nearby in Portsmouth, compared them directly to my handbike, with the kmx venom a very similar speed to the force R

Pretty promising given a leg trike is pretty new for me.

Have decided to go for a recumbent trike. Have put my Force R up for sale and now I'm just looking for a suitable leg trike to replace it :)

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Re: Trike for person with minor cerebral palsy?

Postby NUKe » 19 Dec 2017, 6:44am

Great news quicksilver, good luck , keep us up to speed with how you get on.
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Re: Trike for person with minor cerebral palsy?

Postby Tigerbiten » 19 Dec 2017, 9:44am

Luck ......... :D

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Re: Trike for person with minor cerebral palsy?

Postby UpWrong » 1 Mar 2018, 6:04pm

Just wondered if you'd made any progress? There are a couple of decent used recumbent trikes on eBay for around the £700 mark.

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Re: Trike for person with minor cerebral palsy?

Postby Quicksilver89 » 5 Jun 2018, 11:40pm

UpWrong wrote:Just wondered if you'd made any progress? There are a couple of decent used recumbent trikes on eBay for around the £700 mark.


Missed this post but yes I did and I've posted another thread up today. I now own a Trice Q which I'm now getting to grips with :)