Eurowing Trike Conversion?


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cofccougar
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Eurowing Trike Conversion?

Postby cofccougar » Tue May 04, 2010 5:39 pm



Does anyone have any knowledge of Eurowing Trike Conversions? Good? Bad? I've never heard of them and am looking to buy a trike. One is for sale near me and I'd like to hear from the group as to if they are worth looking into.

Thanks!!



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Re: Eurowing Trike Conversion?

Postby tfdeputydawg » Wed May 05, 2010 6:45 am

http://www.eurowingusa.com/home.html
If these kits, imported from the Netherlands are no better than their web sights, which give very little info, I would avoid them.
I understand these to be very good trikes and very, very expensive!

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Re: Eurowing Trike Conversion?

Postby cofccougar » Wed May 05, 2010 10:58 am

I agree, the website is not the greatest. I talked with the guy who has it and it is way different then other trikes. They replace the front assembly and install a regular car tire where the bike tire was. It sounds like a better idea since I think car tires can probably take a little more punishment than a bike tire. They rake the front end as well making it easy to steer.

I'd never heard of them and am curious if someone else had first hand experience with them.

Thanks for your response.

Ron

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Re: Eurowing Trike Conversion?

Postby tfdeputydawg » Wed May 05, 2010 11:14 am

Did he happen to tell you how much that front end assembly is, let alone the cost of the conversion????
It would have to be the ultimate, unmatched by anything else in exsistance before I would entertain that kind of money!
But then, never seen one, never rode one, so my statement is somewhat mute at this point.
Where can you see one, Where can one be installed, who knows??????????????

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Re: Eurowing Trike Conversion?

Postby cofccougar » Wed May 05, 2010 12:22 pm

The trike is already assembled. Cost isn't the issue. It's reasonably priced for the year.




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