Well, it has no pedals so it can hardly be called a recumbent bike, or trike, but it is definitelly pleasing to watch the video. Somewhat retro style, somewhat technical, somewhat funny. And Professor Pardal from Brasil has done many more such interesting projects and he has been followed by hundreds of thousands viewers via his Youtube channel.
About The Author
Honza Galla - chief editor
I have been riding recumbents since 2003 and I have done several long-distance trips on either a recumbent two-wheeler or a trike. Since 2005 I have been working in the recumbent industry as well so I could visit 120+ recumbent dealers all around the world, 50+ shows and I also met some great recumbent enthusiasts. Many of them I call friends. I started to write about recumbents in 2009 and 10 years later I founded the RECUMBENT.news mainly because I wanted to support the recumbent community and serve it with fresh stories from the world of recumbent bikes and or the world which is any way related to recumbents.
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