The Linear is back in business!! And then some!

Discussion in 'Recumbent bicycles' started by Cycle America/N, Jan 22, 2003.

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  1. The world's first production recumbent that folds is back. And if I know long time NBG supporter
    Peter Stull of the Bicycle Man http://www.bicycleman.com, the Linear Recumbent
    http://Linearrecumbent.com will make a strong comeback indeed. Peter wants feedback from
    existing owners. And for the many upgrades he plans for this fleet of machines, he seeks your
    input here as well!!

    Peter can be reached at [email protected]

    As well, if you've had any experience with the suspension system that Bil Patterson, the Cal Poly
    SLO engineering professor, devised for this bike, Peter seeks your input here as well. As added
    testimony to his excitement for showing how far a machine can come, he also wants any old photos or
    any other Linear memorabilia you may happen to have in your possession.

    And talk about a bullet proof machine, I love my Compact (the bike that Harry Wozniak of Wheel &
    Sprocket helped to develop). Here it is with a Zzipper front fairing and my Gary Souza designed
    tailbox fairing in front of a winter waterfall along the ocean out here in Santa Cruz:
    http://www.bikeroute.com/BentImagesFolder/LinearWCliffWaterfallSM.jpg

    Go Linear!!

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    M A R T I N K R I E G : "Awake Again" Author Bent Since '83, Car Free Since '89, Attacking with
    Love Coma, Paralysis, Clinical Death Survivor '79 & '86 TransAm Vet - Invites you to:
    http://www.BikeRoute.com/SCNBGFest N A T I O N A L B I C Y C L E G R E E N W A Y
     
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  2. Re: suspension unit for Linear.

    I could always send him one to put on one of his own bikes.

    My main interest now, is to get my hands on one of the tandems. The geometry could use
    some tweaking.

    Bill Patterson
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    Peter can be reached at [email protected]

    As well, if you've had any experience with the suspension system that Bil Patterson, the Cal Poly
    SLO engineering professor, devised for this bike, Peter seeks your input here as well. As added
    testimony to his excitement for showing how far a machine can come, he also wants any old photos or
    any other Linear memorabilia you may happen to have in your possession.
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