sure fun finding new subjects for your web page. I hang out with
some semi-rowdy biker types who are cargo hauling devotees. We get
together usually on a holiday and ride to the park to have a big
cargo bike ride is hosted by Aaron and Gypsie Goss of Aaron's Bicycle
, here in West Seattle. This ride offered some new marvels to study.
will find attached a mega hauler that consists of many clever engineering
details. Segue Fischlin is an unassuming marvel herself. She fitted
two hub motors to the front two wheels on her trike with the controller
mounted underneath. Note the thumb shifters mounted on the back
side of the saddle; this offers the ninnies no chance to look at
shifter location to see what gear their in, so better know the beast
well. Also note the usefulness in the key that is located in the
bottom bracket shell. This key switch's only duty is to power up
the jazzy lamp system. Segway said her hauler weighs about 200 lbs.(or
about double Segue Fischlin's weight). She claims that her titan
can haul up to four-hundred pounds, which I have no problem believing.
It is Segues mission to perfect her prototype in order to go into
production. Ambitious I suppose, but then this kind of thing can
really get some work done. There's a lot of positive things to say
about high gas prices incase some aren't aware. "Good luck Segue".
"The world needs your trikes".
also included a single photo of Merlin's Indonesian rickshaw. In
the New Years Day ride, Merlin's rear wheel axle broke on that ride,
so Aaron produced a transmission that is really helping Merlin to
take on the hills as Seattle is the second most hilly city in the
country. Now, if Merlin could just manage to not turtle his rickshaw
in busy down town Seattle, this would be a good thing as it just
about takes a car wrecker to get that thing on all three wheels
again. Really, I'm to blame because I brought all the Munich bier
they could drink.