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Old 03-20-2009, 10:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Announcing: Full Suspension Recumbent Tricycle for sale

As racing helped inspire the design of our new offering, I thought it was only appropriate to share it with the LT Community.

I am one of the founders of the Berserker Cycle Design company based out of San Luis Obispo, CA. We just released our first product, a long travel recumbent tadpole tricycle for pre-orders. Our tricycle offers 6" of rear suspension travel, 5" of independant front suspension travel, and fully adjustable caster/camber/toe. In addition we offer the most ergonomic seat on the market. Our tricycle is perfect for those with balance problems, or who have neck/back injuries who need the full back support, and soft suspension ride.

A picture of our production prototype (minus seat foam/cover) can be seen below. Visit us at our website www.berserkercycledesign.com for more information.



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Old 03-20-2009, 10:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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OK, someone is gonna ask eventually.......how much does it weigh?




also.........
Can it be used as a daily?
Do you think TV's would fit in the headrests?
How much for an oil change?
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can i get touring wheels on mine?



looks good
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Can i get Touring Suspension on mine?
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can you put a v8 in it?
oh and how many cupholders does it come with? will they fit the jumbo 1.5gallon cups you get at 711/mcdonalds?
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can you put a v8 in it?
oh and how many cupholders does it come with? will they fit the jumbo 1.5gallon cups you get at 711/mcdonalds?
WTF? we dont get them here in the UK! stupid UK
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