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Joe Z.

Posts: 49
Location: Newport

Posted: Tue Jun. 09, 2009 8:39 pm
Howdy all......long time since I've been on, and a long time since my left arm has been well. I had an accident at work last fall where I damaged the ulnar (funnybone) nerve in my left arm. Same arm that I had the wrist reconstructed, too. Makes my outer two fingers go numb and I have lost a lot of strength in the left hand and arm. Not sure if surgery is in the future or not yet.

In any event, for the foreseeable future any riding other than on a recumbant style bike is out for me, and was wondering if anyone has any good info on reliable brands. Itching to get back on the road...even if its on a Big Wheel!

Thanks,

Joe
Dan

Posts: 1167
Location: Newport

Posted: Tue Jun. 09, 2009 9:13 pm
Joe
I have seen a ton of information on the web about these. I personally like the ones with two wheels up front and one in rear. Some are quite light, not as light as what we currently ride but still manageable. Fast on flats and not so fast on climbs. A year or two ago I posted several on this site on the crazy bikes thread. Get some wheels and come out to play.
Dan
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