Looking for add on's.

Can anyone recommend a good site to get additions for my rambler? Like a water bottle and holder, basket..etc
"Lead, don't follow. The best a follower can do is second"

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  • TT's store is where I started, and still come back to quite often.

    Lunacycles for anything e-trike related.

    Utah Trikes for some interesting ideas.

    Your local bike shop for the things you mentioned. Or Ebay, or Amazon.
  • many things you need for a trike are actually made for bikes so your local bike shop, Walmart and places previously mentioned will have what you need.
  • Bike Nashbar has just about everything and excellent prices.
  • Bike Nashbar is great on prices and hard to find item.
    http://www.nashbar.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/TopCategory_10053_10052_204646_-1_204646_Y

    Bike Tires Direct is an association of various storefronts under a main vendor. They have sales a lot too, and bought 3 Marathon Plus tires shipped under $100.
    https://www.biketiresdirect.com/accessories-category

    If you get an AirZound though, try Ebay. Got one with a metal can under $25. Works great!

    Some people recommend TerraCycle but I find their hardware and such limited and very expensive.

    And agree, Utah Trikes really do go out of their way to find new product innovations and use a variety of devices on their trikes. Is how I found about The Nob to mount a cycle computer to a vertical bar.
    http://www.utahtrikes.com/catalog.html

    Wished Issimo LLC offered a wider Nob mount so could put Bontrager Flares on the headrest tube to be higher and more centered.

  • If you get an AirZound though, try Ebay. Got one with a metal can under $25. Works great!

    Some people recommend TerraCycle but I find their hardware and such limited and very expensive.

    And agree, Utah Trikes really do go out of their way to find new product innovations and use a variety of devices on their trikes. Is how I found about The Nob to mount a cycle computer to a vertical bar.
    http://www.utahtrikes.com/catalog.html

    Wished Issimo LLC offered a wider Nob mount so could put Bontrager Flares on the headrest tube to be higher and more centered.

    If I had a dollar for every AirZound horn I have had that fell apart or broke in some way, I could take myself out to dinner at a good restaurant.

  • I find air horns sorta rude especially when used on a multitude trail.
  • TCEd wrote: »
    I find air horns sorta rude especially when used on a multitude trail.

    Absolutely, I had about a 8 year old on a bike that I was passing today, and I said in a very soft voice, " On your left" and the kid almost ran off the road. Blast an air horn, and he would have wrecked for sure.
  • Apologies for continuing the high jack of the OP's thread, but I have found, on any bicycle, that a friendly "Hello", or a "Good morning", or a "Good afternoon", puts people at ease, and they don't scramble to get out of the way haphazardly. This works at my slower speeds.

    Of course, if they are blasting by you at 18 - 24 mph on a Carbon Road Bike, this does not apply, for they are on your shoulder before you even realize that they are there.

    The solution is not for the one overtaking the rider to add and use a horn, but more for the one being overtaken to use a mirror.
  • edited August 2017
    -something about beating a dead horse whenever someone mentions AirZounds anywhere on the forum-

  • -something about beating a dead horse whenever someone mentions AirZounds anywhere on the forum-

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    I have no issuse with your using it that way. It's the riders that impatiently use them on MUP's that are the problem. Nice of the driver to move left when passing you also.
  • Seem to be getting popular, even by motorcyclists... :D
  • edited August 2017
    And then there is this ... /boggle

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