Although it is visibly much better engineered and well crafted than what most tweenage boys can construct in their parents' garages, the Seon Trike bears a distinctive resemblance to the sort of foot, gravity or pedal-powered conveyances that are raced for community competition.
The tricycle is fairly narrow in width but flaunts an elongated chassis for its sitter to spread out. He sits on a reclining seat with this legs straight out in front of him for a relaxed position while pedaling. A set of handlebars is within easy reach for strain-free steering and breaking. A white skeletal shell protects the sides of Luis Cordoba's Seon Trike and its three broad wheels, with sufficient grip, make one's ride a lot smoother.
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The Seon Trike Looks Poised to Compete Against the Neighborhood Boys
Published: Aug 7, 2012 • References: industrialdesignserved