Bikes, trikes, personal mobility and mutant vehicles - this is the place to discuss general transportation issues. For ride and RV shares, please go to the year-specific Share Resources board.
I bring my Schwin Meridian every year. It has been my best playa friend. I have done so much with it. Down side they are more difficult to transport to BRC. I throw mine in the back of my truck where it take up half the bed. Upside you can sit on it standing still, travel as so as you need in a crowd. Haul as much ice or whatever with easy. Even fullside deepcycle batteries. I've even put up a parasol for shade. Never needs a bikerack. Some years my emotor works, some not. And at night I can decroratevit to high heaven. I even rigged up color TV on the back. Ducktaped a fat ass cushion on it so my tush last the week.
See more of these every year. I just love my trike. I'm sure you other trike owner agree.
Any great trike stories?
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I love my trike. but, sadly not bringing it this year. I don't have the time to fix it.
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Im bringing mine!
This year i switched to skyway tuffwheels instead of laced wheels. They are much stronger and wont rust.
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