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Very pretty, but looks very heavy and all the extras scream very expensive. I also find it hard to believe that a small motor and battery will be sufficient to power it. And that front rack better be strong enough to carry a person, because I imagine many people will be begging for rides!
Looks great. Think you could bodge something similar together using the sistema noomad converter and a bike of your choice (I’d probably pick the tonaro compy) to create something very similar.
As someone in the design profession, this trike is a wonderful concept in innovative and forward ideas. However, being that I am the typical American that is ~ 40lbs over weight, I have to (sort of) side with Impossibly Stupid; the electric assistance not only adds to complexity of the trike but validates how much we refuse to do any real work. I say this as someone who rides to work Mon-Fri and does most of my shopping with my trusty commuter.
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I stopped going to car shows because I got sick and tired of seeing the coolest concept cars imagined, but NEVER seeing them come to life in the following years. I hope production of this trike becomes reality.
Wow. I’m an engineer this thing is awesome! Once again leave it to those Greeks with brilliant minds!
This trike tilting function will not work!
where do you get the air shock that become so short!
very nice. Art is tasty