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Old 10-09-14, 04:36 AM
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Kiffy tricycle

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Folding, 28lbs, 2-wheel steering with f suspension, seperate-able shopping trolly, serious load-carrying.
This is way better than most "concept bikes" and has to be the goto model for anyone looking for 3 wheel upright trike.
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Old 10-09-14, 10:14 AM
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Nice! You should cross thread to folding bike forum.
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Oh man, that is hot! And it has a reverse gear?!
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
Oh man, that is hot! And it has a reverse gear?!
I think it has Sturmey Archer S2C Duomatic Kick Shift Hub. No reverse gear in the 2 speed.
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I think it has Sturmey Archer S2C Duomatic Kick Shift Hub. No reverse gear in the 2 speed.
Oh, got it. Reverse to change gears. Anyway, the whole design looks brilliant. I wish them good luck.
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