oneeyeddick wrote:Derailers on bikes with multiple gears can be problematic.
Beach cruisers with fat tires are the way to go.
Get a nice gel seat if you can.
If you listen to me you are taking advice from someone who hasn't ridden a bike out there in 6 years, so I actually suggest building a mutant vehicle.
That's the best way to roll.
Ivory Bill wrote:Thanks for the info.
It sounds like some of the ground is hard packed and others are loose sand, I mean gypsum. Is this correct.
LostinReno wrote:One of our campmates has a trike, lots of pro's and con's. The con's:
You only have one gear.
Once you hit the loose stuff you come to a halt and have to get off and drag the bike out.
Makes a great bike rack for those of us with bikes that don't have a kick stand
They usually have a great big seat!
They usually have a basket, great for hauling stuff, ice, drinks, etc.
You can ride really inebriated without falling over.
lambert13 wrote:Tiahaar wrote:my newest playa trike creation at home, awaiting 2010 improvements
That is a very nice looking creation!
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