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keepontriking
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Brommie - often with a trailer when around town
Bike Friday Pocket Rocket
Bob Jackson Tandem trike - with kiddiecranks
Trice Custom Explorer - with streamer - and often the trailer

Just sold the tandem & kiddiecranks

There're probably a few more 'non-mainstream' bikes if I hunt around enough. Certainly lots of 'bits'.

+ standard tourer, TT stuff, and so on.
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Ben Lovejoy
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Thanks. One of the benefits of being divorced. :-)
TRICE Q with Streamer fairing for the fun stuff
Brompton M3L for the commutery stuff
LEJOG blog: http://www.benlovejoy.com/cycle/tripreports/lejog/
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Robert
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Post by Robert »

Ben Lovejoy wrote:Thanks. One of the benefits of being divorced. :-)

Been there - had 4 bikes in my hall - I'd have needed a bigger hall for a trike though. Lovely photo though - I was going to add "Is this art or is it porn?"
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Post by CW »

It`s good to be different.
Me, I have my Trice Q (also in inky blue) streamer fitted. Poor thing has no name :roll: I`m still awaiting the adoption certificate..
I still love it all the same.

Q sleeps in the garage next to his (it may be her, I can`t tell the difference) friend. They get on very well, never any arguments. In fact they like to share things like lights and tools, and tall tales.
The friend is a Thorn Raven Enduro with the Rohloff hub. Q does have some jealously of Enduros hub. Though Rolf, the Enduro is also jealous as he doesn`t get out as much as Q
I`ve just said good night to them both
(I have a sneaky suspicion Qs a girl :wink: )
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Ben Lovejoy
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Robert82 wrote:Been there - had 4 bikes in my hall - I'd have needed a bigger hall for a trike though. Lovely photo though - I was going to add "Is this art or is it porn?"

It's surprising how manageable they are when stored upright, but I do have plans to remove some shelving from the garage to see if it will fit in there behind the car.

Must take some more trike porn sometime.

Ben
TRICE Q with Streamer fairing for the fun stuff
Brompton M3L for the commutery stuff
LEJOG blog: http://www.benlovejoy.com/cycle/tripreports/lejog/
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Wildduck
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Post by Wildduck »

Personally I hang mine (no reflection on our little spats!)...

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Trice Q 2007 in inky blue (Quackers)
Bacchetta Corsa 26 ATT (The Mad Weeble)
Cube SL Team Cross (Rubberduckzilla)
Homebaked tourer (The Duck's Dream)
MTB mongrel (Harold the Flying Sheep)
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Cunobelin
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stevew wrote:
Cunobelin wrote:Dawes Horizon


Eh !!



Entirely custom built from frame up - therefore a non standard human powered vehicle or is this an elitist group?

Please define what you would accept........
dan_b
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Post by dan_b »

Cunobelin wrote:Please define what you would accept........

I wonder whether a pair of inline speed skates (carbon fibre, custom moulded to my feet) constitutes a human powered vehicle. I speculate that the CTC insurers would say no, though
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