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Not much time for riding, and too cold to use stationary trainer. Had a bad bug for a month or so, busy otherwise with two jobs. Picked up playing the Mandolin most of the winter, playing in two different groups and genres.
Not sure where or how am going to be able to store a Weber Y2K mandolin on the Rover when the good weather returns. Sure do miss riding! Was going to go out a couple of different times when it did warm up.
Think we had a few days of snow; mostly rain, high winds; and chilly weather. Rover has been in its enclosure all winter long, although I have the enclosure boarded up with plastic sheeting on the outside to protect from the weather ... which in turn helped keep that side of the trailer warmer.
Am still here, off and on.
With a 20% disability rating the VA does at little as possible. Anymore need at least 30% to get attention. The more % the better the service. Weird how that works.
Riding the Rover actually puts less stress on the foot, and now a knee. Only issu…
Did get a light bracket made, but there's too much vibration.
Used large wire ties to mount it to the Powers post. May end up ordering something online. The one mount that looked decent people are saying it is a bear to install, and the final adjus…
Only 1 inch?? So where the seat ends are hitting the insides of the thighs a 1" difference on each side would put them tubular ends in the middle of the thighs. Not a happy thought.
Thanks @Finn59 - not going to splurge on more pain. Will have to…
Recently ditched using an Android phone. The ones I have had do not last much longer than 8 months. Grew annoyed having to send one back or needing to replace yet another. Although I do very much miss the functionality and ease of use, and the widge…
Think it could ride where the ukelele did, between the two fiberglass rods. And the gig bag had a small stripe of reflective material on the top facing edge. Maybe it was meant for the recumbent traveling life.
Think I solved the issue. Bought a Seagull S8 Mandolin with its own gig bag. MUCH lighter and not as bulky, and sounds great!
Here's a reasonable facsimile of what mine looks like.
Not gotten out to ride yet. Still in the 50's, lot of wind, …
29 inches long
13 inches wide at bottom & 7 inches at top
4.5 inches thick at bottom & 4 inches thick at top
20 inches top girth over buckle, 32.5 inches girth at bottom over buckle/hinge
Problem with TT bags is they give no dimensions…
mrbill5 wrote: »
IdahoTrailLizard wrote: »
Highly doubt zip ties would make much of a difference for traction. Spaced lugs and/or ice spikes under low speeds, since trikes do not have as much weight on them compared to vehicles. Spiked tires how…
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Yet it …
Highly doubt zip ties would make much of a difference for traction. Spaced lugs and/or ice spikes under low speeds, since trikes do not have as much weight on them compared to vehicles. Spiked tires however are quite expensive.
Have seen a few tr…
TCEd wrote: »
How did those wagon trains get by without the internet and cell phones ?
Enlighten us what a wagon train has to do with recumbent trikes or alternative power sources that can be used on such.
Can sympathize about the colder weather. Had a bug all last month when it was in the 40's. Now when I can ride it is 10° to 30° F - bitter cold, no snow. The wind kills the joy of riding. Enjoy your 40's, Florida!
350 watts isn't much for hill assistance. From what I read 500 watt was the minimum for moderate, rolling hills. 750 watts is as that maximum allowed legally on most streets & of course most recommended.
TCEd wrote: »
Skin getting a bit thin ?
Why comment on something you have no idea what is was about? Seems rather redonculous.
TrikesterHal wrote: »
That's a very creative device for sure and only $159. Then throw in another $20 for the hand …