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Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 3 Mar 2024, 5:29pm
by KM2
Peer Gynt recumbent for sale. In good condition.
ShImano xt groupset, with Magura hydraulic rim brakes.
Very comfortable, long wheelbase tourer.
£400
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Doncaster area.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 20 Mar 2024, 8:20pm
by KM2
Still for sale.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 29 Mar 2024, 6:14pm
by KM2
Still for sale.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 31 Mar 2024, 7:52pm
by AndyB1
Hi, If still available could you PM me please - sorry, as I am new here I can not yet send you a PM.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 1 Apr 2024, 9:23am
by Stradageek
KM2 wrote: 29 Mar 2024, 6:14pmStill for sale.
Hi KM2 and apologies to AndyB1 if this is a genuine enquiry but the line "sorry, as I am new here I can not yet send you a PM" has previously indicated that this is a scam. The best way to avoid the scam it to only accept payment in cash.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 1 Apr 2024, 9:29am
by KM2
Thanks for the advice.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 1 Apr 2024, 9:53am
by crossy
Check Cycle Chat forum he has been recommend to the Peer Gynt from there under the recumbent section.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 1 Apr 2024, 10:15am
by KM2
Thanks. He’s in the wrong area for pickup.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 1 Apr 2024, 7:05pm
by AndyB1
Yes I am a genuine person, but was unable to PM as I was new on the Forum.
No offence taken.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 2 Apr 2024, 4:51pm
by crossy
From the Cycle Chat forum it sounds like you had some great trips. How was India roads like on the Linear?

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 2 Apr 2024, 5:03pm
by KM2
Sounds like he definitely needs a Steel Peer Gynt for the next adventure.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 3 Apr 2024, 9:08pm
by AndyB1
Touring in India went well - but this was back in 1996. The bike easily carried my gear with rear panniers, washing drying on the rack and tools and heavy bits mounted at the front of the base tube. I met a couple of other riders on uprights who had been run off the road but an Indian told me that from behind my bike looked like a hand cranker that might be used by someone with no leg movement, and that might be why vehicles kept away from me!
The highlight was descending to the lower plains from Ooty. After sleeping in a room at the station I had taken a train ride up to the Ooty hill station (the steam train in ‘A Passage to India’) and a few days later rode back down on a fast twisty road where the handling of the bike was tested.
Earlier in the trip, South of Goa, my fitness was reasonable and I did a couple of 100 mile days along the National Highway with no discomfort. A great bike to tour on.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 4 Apr 2024, 2:17pm
by KM2
That sounds like an adventure.

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 30 Apr 2024, 10:42pm
by KM2
Still for sale

Re: Peer Gynt recumbent

Posted: 9 May 2024, 9:17am
by KM2
Still available.
Excellent, comfortable touring machine.