As it is said: " When Life gives you lemons, make lemonade". After many years of alpine skiing with
some injuries, my knees failed and the idea of riding the outback without firm support could get
you killed. I mean slip on the sand, rock, leafs, whatever in the boonies alone and you could die
of exposure. I mostly ride alone in some rather inhospitable areas -SW Colorado is my favorite.
Around Silverton and Ouray. There You find some of the roughest and most remote areas in the
Country. Many of the trails can be easily handled by a road bike or car. Ophir Pass is one. Most
have a little pucker power when up there. You will encounter sheer drop offs and very tight hairpins. Start to lose the bike on the unstable soil with a bum knee or two and your day may have just turned sour.
So, I made "lemonade" had the hack built. With three wheels ain't like you will fall over! Another advantage should you live in the snow country is you can ride all year long. If you do love in a cold area; for fun go find a large parking lot with a bit of ice and do donuts - just hang on!
Contacted Claude Stanley at Freedom Sidecars and we discussed what I would like to build. Claude is a custom fabricator and will build anything you wish.
Converted to a car wheel
Added tie down racks
Not only for digging out or digging the "cat hole"
but isa great weapon. Watch a video and see
how the Russian Spetsnaz can use it
Rotopax Gas Containers
In 2011 entered the rig for judging at
Thanks Claude and the crew at Freedom Sidecars, job well done!
See You Down The Road
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