Something new under the Sun (pun intended)

Discussion in 'Recumbent bicycles' started by Howard Bishop, Jan 29, 2003.

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  1. Here's the link sports fans: http://www.sunbicycles.com/recumbents.htm scroll down to the bottom for
    the pic of their tandem, also has links for component details etc.

    No connection with them, but kind of neat to see it happen. Ten feet though, wow!

    H
     
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  2. The specs admit to 59 pounds. Real world weight has to be closer to 65, at least. Gator Bob Siegel
    EasyRacers Ti Rush

    "Howard Bishop" > Here's the link sports fans:
    > http://www.sunbicycles.com/recumbents.htm
     
  3. [email protected] (Howard Bishop) wrote in message
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    > Here's the link sports fans: http://www.sunbicycles.com/recumbents.htm scroll down to the bottom
    > for the pic of their tandem, also has links for component details etc.
    >
    > No connection with them, but kind of neat to see it happen. Ten feet though, wow!
    >
    > H

    Very impressive, but the EZ3 looks nearly unchanged. What happened to the 20" front wheel, lower
    aluminum frame, shocks?

    Chris Jordan Santa Cruz, CA.
     
  4. Bentnut

    Bentnut Guest

    The first batch of tandems is due late feb - early march. Our original prototype, weighed in at 50
    lbs (without paint), we'll see what this bad boy ends up weighing when they arrive. The "new" EZ-3
    isn't on their site yet. Yet again, we have a prototype completed but these things take time. It
    will have the 20" wheels and aluminum frame but no shocks... wierd how rumors get started...

    We've had the tandem over 50mph, it is one smooth ride!

    Gabe

    "Howard Bishop" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Here's the link sports fans: http://www.sunbicycles.com/recumbents.htm scroll down to the bottom
    > for the pic of their tandem, also has links for component details etc.
    >
    > No connection with them, but kind of neat to see it happen. Ten feet though, wow!
    >
    > H
     
  5. Alan Weiss

    Alan Weiss Guest

    It looks real nice to me. I'd install a rear rack, underseat pannier rack, new pedals, horn, lights,
    mirrors, and take off for a few weeks with my wife. Well, that's what we're doing with our BikeE E2.
    If I had known that an Easy Racers tandem was almost ready, or that BikeE was about to go belly up,
    I would have waited instead of buying one last summer. Timing is important.

    Anyhow, I hope they sell like hotcakes, and that I get to try one real soon.

    Alan Weiss NJ Gold Rush, E2 tandem, and Leitra rider

    bentnut wrote:
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    > The first batch of tandems is due late feb - early march. Our original prototype, weighed in at 50
    > lbs (without paint), we'll see what this bad boy ends up weighing when they arrive. The "new" EZ-3
    > isn't on their site yet. Yet again, we have a prototype completed but these things take time. It
    > will have the 20" wheels and aluminum frame but no shocks... wierd how rumors get started...
    >
    > We've had the tandem over 50mph, it is one smooth ride!
    >
    > Gabe
    >
    > "Howard Bishop" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Here's the link sports fans: http://www.sunbicycles.com/recumbents.htm scroll down to the bottom
    > > for the pic of their tandem, also has links for component details etc.
    > >
    > > No connection with them, but kind of neat to see it happen. Ten feet though, wow!
    > >
    > > H
     
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