That Blue Velo looks pretty sharp. We have a human powered vehicle team on our campus that makes vehicles like that. They do very well in national competitions and a few years ago came very close to setting the collegiate speed record. Takes a lot of practice to ride though. They had an exhibit set up the other day and a guy who tried it out without the shell took a pretty nasty spill.
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Those were developed by a fellow who had some physical limitation which prevented him from being able to ride a typical bike. I hear they are supposed to be AWESOME climbing hills! And yes you TOWER over cyclists on an Elliptigo, from the demo videos I've seen.
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Yes, Don you are the man. I've seen people on them in the city in the bike trail. You look really strange and very elevated at the same time looks like a blast to do on cold days or when your cycling muscles hurt.
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