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Posted - 08/29/2010 :  17:48:48  Show Profile
One of my most cherished inventions was recently stolen. My fabulous Motorized Recumbent Trike. In addition to being a very functional means of transportation, it provided an incredible, peaceful workout. In any event it was entered, in addition to it's recognition as a flashy, whimsical spectacle, it was always recognized as an outstanding example of a human powered vehicle

Here is some basic info about, when and where it was stolen:

Stolen on 21AUG'10 between 3:30pm and 8:00pm, from the end of the paved section of Reeder Rd on Sauvie Island, Portland, OR 97231. It was double armor locked to a heavy-duty, state fish and wildlife gate. It was fully covered and the cover was also locked.

$$ REWARD for any information leading to recovery of this much-loved trike (NO Questions Asked)

Please call 503.267.5854

Lightfoot Sprite Frame
7 feet LONG, 32 inches wide
65+ lbs weight
Black frame, front rack and rear Basket
Handcrank driven TALL steering column with 4 cables
Footcrank lower pedals
Mesh upright black seatback
35cc Engine Assist with Yellow cover behind seat
4 chains connect all drivetrain components
Fluorescent Green 2 touring bags on front, and 1 behind seat
Narrow 20" racing wheels, tires with black fenders
3 disk brakes
Many LED lights, wires and large Yellow Battery
road morph pump
many tools and spares in bags
full camo green cover


This amazing and very unique trike has taken me many years and financial resources to create. I am absolutely devastated.



Please let me know what else I can do for you to help recover my wonderful trike. I will assist you in any way I can. Thank you so much for your interest and help. Please confirm this info with me too.

Keep up the great energy.

Thank you

How do I post downloaded pictures of it?

Please let me know.

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