The steed of the young Anakin

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  1. Danny Colyer

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  2. >Shouldn't need the rider to be too big: http://www.geocities.com/rcgilmore3/RuntRecumbent.jpg

    That's no *young* Anakin!

    On this summer's hol in Cologne, one day the Unfit Family stopped outside the ice cream shop which
    became our favoured haunt after the staff's excellent treatment of injured Nathan and his fretting
    mother on our first day of cycling there, I got off the bike and was looking for a free bike stand
    at which to park Gino. A young lad, prob no more than about 10 years of age came running out to
    move the coolest kid's recumbent, so I could park Gino. He was a sweet kid. I asked him if I could
    get one to fit me and he laughed. The bent was great - very low-slung, just about a couple of
    inches off the ground. He was impressed when I told him it looked cool and we couldn't get those
    ones in England. he zoomed off into the distance, following his accompanying adult, and had a huge
    grin on his face.

    Cheers, helen s

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  3. Marc

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    In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...
    > He was impressed when I told him it looked cool and we couldn't get those ones in England. he
    > zoomed off into the distance, following his accompanying adult, and had a huge grin on his face.
    >
    >
    Are these the things with the big solid front wheel? They sell them if memory serves in French
    Decathlons
     
  4. Marc

    Marc Guest

    In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...
    > >Are these the things with the big solid front wheel? They sell them if memory serves in French
    > >Decathlons
    >
    > It had three solid wheels. It looked enormous fun, whatever it was.
    >
    That's the critter!
     
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