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Alan Jarrett
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That question might cross the mind of many people, as recumbent bikes become more and more popular. No longer some strange contraption as it was nearly 40 years ago when they were first seen on the streets and roads of the U.S. When compared to the…

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HPV 2 Flutes are clearly seen cut into the Coroplast which allows curving over the Aluminum ribs. The two sides will be trimmed and fastened to the center bar as seen extending from just in front of the handlebar to the nose. A soldering iron is used to…

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HPV 1 Once you have built your first fairing, it’s very easy to get hooked. If there is any artistic or creative talent in your bones, it will never let you rest with just one. That would be me. My first attempt was so successful that to move forward into…

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Building your very own recumbent bike is far less expensive than buying one from a local bike shop. What’s more important is the pleasure you get from riding something you have made with your own hands that actually works. The icing on the cake may come…

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There's More Than One Kind Of Recumbent Bike/Trike

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Have you ever ridden a recumbent bike? You've been seeing them more and more, but have you ridden one? Did you know you can easily build your own? Discover how on my new blog!

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