Thanks Greg!

Thanks Greg!

Post by merril » Wed, 22 May 2002 03:10:37


Greg,

I rode uni5 on Saturday at the Unatics meet.  It's much more
maneuverable than a Coker!  A Miyata handle would make a big difference,
and I would prefer straight cranks to flanged, but this beast was way
cool.  It would be really handy for city riding since you could throw in
the trunk of a cab.

Thanks for your generosity!

Joe Merrill

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Thanks Greg!

Post by harpe » Wed, 22 May 2002 03:20:56

When I rode it any distance I would take the Miyata air seat conversion
off of my Coker and ride with that. I shipped uni.5 with a Torker seat
assuming that anywhere it went someone would have at least one good
saddle to put on it, the Torker being there just in case. I think
Drummond put a couple of Viscount seats in the crate per my request.

Climbing any kind of hill without a handle is really a pain after having
used one. I agree that for a speed/distance yike like this it is an
important feature. I'm glad you had a good time with it. Thanks for
testing it.

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