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Old 04-17-2007, 09:37 AM   #1
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdyV6cZ4ZMg

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Cool - but I would be scared commuting with SUVs around

I would still buy one though!
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Pretty obvious that guy doesn't live below the Mason-Dixon line It would be hot in there with the sun out.
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Cool - but I would be scared commuting with SUVs around

I would still buy one though!
Naw -- the cool thing about riding a 'bent trike or a velomobile is that so many people have never seen one on the road... So the immediate reaction is "whoa, what's that - let me keep my distance"

At least that has been my (limited) experience on tadpole trikes And I've heard the same thing from the trike community

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Pretty obvious that guy doesn't live below the Mason-Dixon line It would be hot in there with the sun out.
With proper ventilation (and clothing), fully "sealed" HPVs aren't too bad. Unless you're at a stand still. It's no climate controlled car, but it's enjoyable If you're in the Central Florida area - there will be an HPV challenge/competition in a few weeks at UCF... If you're in the area, I'm sure you can coax someone to let you ride their vehicle (mind you - these are all non commercial hand made prototypes - so be careful).
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Looks good and if you are young, in a mild climate, and have the money to buy it it works. It would not work here in the mountains of Northern California. A logging truck would blow you off the road and you would end up in the river or plowed in the side of the hill.

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