Ciera spent the summer in Rome in an architecture program sponsored by the U. of Idaho. While there, she traveled on various excursions to different parts of Italy. Throughout her visit, she took pictures of the bikes she saw in Italy, and assembled them into a single image as a gift for me. It has been so well received, a number people have asked for a print of the image. She has a list of the location where each bike was photographed.
Trike Asylum is a forum for discussion of trike issues, and its Steve Green’s blog about his travel and experiences with trikes.
I got a chance to try a new version of the lighted flagpole made by Arizona Whip. It has all 20 of the LEDs at the top end of the clear lexan flagpole, just under the flag. This version has blinking lights on one side, with the yellow ones blinking alternately with the red ones. The other side is red and yellow LEDs, on all the time. My neighbors who see me on my commute say I look like a UFO on my Catrike Speed. Excellent, that is just what I was going for!
Arizona Whip on Catrike Speed Recumbent Trike
The Arizona Whip in motion
The pic below is more or less what the Whip looks like coming down the road, but with a long shutter speed the LED lights leave streaks across the picture.
Ths Whip from the rear.
above, large chainwheels front and rear
small chainwheels front and rear
top view for chain allignment
front shifter cage when shift lever is hard against upper limit