Add fat to this one...looks like more fun.
The linkage between the two stems might make that difficult... There looks to be bigger problems with turning it though, that they apparently tried to address with the suspension model.You can turn left and right at the same time!
I am pretty sure someone lost their job when they pitched that idea.
You possibly were joking, but I actually think there might be a larger market for adult tricycles than the bike manufacturers realize. Especially for older people who live in urban areas where they can attempt a car-free lifestyle, a "fat trike" would be awesome - very stable and perfect for hauling groceries or whatever in all weather conditions.I'd like to see this bike in reverse, with the 2 wheels in the back kind of like a narrow trike. That would get a lot of traction and balance.
I don't know, but Rungu has another model with twin suspension forks.Would having twin sus forks allow leaning into turns?