My StreetFox. My gratitude.

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Here i want to express a heartful THANKS to Brad, and all others, who answered my questions about building a StreetFox.

Not being a mechanic at all, i made something i never had imagined that i would be able to make, a human powered vehicle satisfying my needs for commuting, work, joy, health, travelling.
Here it is, its majesty the StreetFox:
https://i-alli-ellatha.blogspot.com/p/my-self-made-tadpole-trike.html

At this point i simply feel like giving something back to the community, hoping that somebody sometime picks some idea for building his own HPV.

Comments about mistakes or improvements, always welcome.
Thank You.


 
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The front tyres look somewhat squared off. Has that happened through usage, have they been ground down or is just a trick of the camera?
 
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Hey well done for:-

great Streetfox
great blog [ excellent English ]
very good explanations as to how to build the parts you could not get easily
courage to go camping on your lashed together first trike

A real inspiration and just show's what you can achieve when you put your mind to it.

Safe riding Paul
 
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The front tyres look somewhat squared off. Has that happened through usage, have they been ground down or is just a trick of the camera?
I paid quite something for them but no regret, after months of use they are worn out just a bit.

I believe that they are very important in this vehicle for braking safety - no compromise on this! ;)
 
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