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trike

a microlight aircraft with three fixed wheels for landing and take-off
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Run by entrepreneur Dave Partridge, the business specialises in converting solo motorbikes into trikes using kit imported from USbased manufacturers Californian Sidecar Conversions (CSC).
It was a the trike. Daddy didn't it had been they told was very Amelia said: "It was a surprise to get the trike.
The Italian-made trikes will be able to carry letters, cards and most parcels, on roads and some cycle paths.
Currently, a Bemac e-trike powered by Li-ion batteries (the ones now in use in Quezon City and Boracay resort) costs 470,000 pesos (about $9,000) -- still more than four times the price of India's cheapest car, the Nano or the two-stroke-engine-powered trikes widely used in the Philippines (about $2,000).
The hand trike, which lets people pedal with their hands instead of their feet, will enable users to travel greater distances with less effort.
The use of motorcycle trikes is increasing in step with the rising adoption of heavyweight motorcycles.
It was all the 16-year-old wanted for Christmas but trikes cost more than [pounds sterling]1,200 so it was thanks to sponsorship from a Newcastle law firm that Jamie now has his own.
These obstacles are starting to be removed, thanks to visionaries like award-winning British design engineer Tim Morgan, managing director of the Mountain Trike Company.
Army, Ti-Trikes founders Patrick Summers and Ken Messier set out to build the world's finest recumbent adult trikes.
Cargo trikes and pedicabs, long a familiar sight on Asian and European streets, are finally taking hold in the United States.
The case explores the dynamics of an alliance between Harley-Davidson and a small, entrepreneurial, niche market company, Lehman Trikes. The case is appropriate for senior level four undergraduate courses or level five graduate classes.