A rambling, illustrated guide to enjoying the lightweight tricycle. My blog follows my personal journey towards greater fitness from a very low ebb. It describes the discovery of suitable equipment, clothing and techniques for riding a lightweight trike [more] quickly on the "wrong side of the road" in a "difficult" climate on a modest budget by an opinionated "pedalling pedant." A sense of humour is considered vital to the full enjoyment of this monologue. Some ranting may be involved.
"A really fantastic Ken Rogers racing
tricycle. Not for the faint of heart - this thing flys. It has been
fully refurbished with new tyres and bar tape, all bearings are sound.
Running 10 speed Shimano 600 gears shift smoothly with great power
delivery to the one wheel drive. Jib out for the corners which is fun
and slightly dangerous at speed. The frame is 22.5" and will fit people
between say 5ft 8 and 6ft 2. I am 5 ft 10, slightly long in the leg and
it is fine as pictured. It is on 700cs all round. The rear wheels are
out of Longstaff hubs."