[RBENT] researching a trike

Paul Brown pbacoustic at gmail.com
Wed Jul 27 07:36:56 CDT 2011

The key to any recumbent purchase, if possible, is to TEST RIDE FIRST...
 Take a trip to Dallas to visit RBM, they've at least got a decent selection
on the floor, or better yet, go to north Austin to visit Easy Street
Recumbents - the hands-down best 'bent shop in Texas, with EVERYTHING
imaginable on the floor...

Personally, I would NOT buy the "BabyBoomer" -- heavy, only 7 speeds, 24"
rear wheels (hard to find replacement tires), and the seat doesn't look very
comfortable, either.  This is a trike that you won't ride more than maybe 5
miles or so...


On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 9:31 PM, Susan Barackman <esbee at 1starnet.com> wrote:

>   LoneStar Cycles Baby Boomer 7-Speed Recumbent Adult Tricycle
> I came across this trike at the following website
> http://www.bicyclingworld.com/templates/product.aspx?rqProductID=7069
> It is $900 incl. shipping and $75 rebate to put it together at a bike shop.
> It only has 7 speeds.  Does anyone know anything more about this trike, how
> it rides, etc. Thanks.
> Susan Barackman-fine art from Morning Light Studio
> Paris, Texas 75462
> esbee at 1starnet.com
> now on the net at ... http://susanbarackman.freeservers.com
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