1 ea.: Redbent by Recumbent Barn
This bike sits a bit higher than some recumbent designs and is much easier to see in traffic. The long wheelbase makes it very stable and a pleasure to ride. This is the wife's bike and it hasn't been ridden in a couple of years. I took it down and had it readied for riding the summer before last, but she didn't ride. Last year before I waited until she said she wanted it set up, but she never did. This year I intended to sell it before Christmas, but couldn't seem to find the time to list it. Sorry to see it go, but now she's fighting cancer and we need the money.
LWB (long wheel base)
OSS (over seat steering)
quick-release front wheel
articulated rear frame w/ shock
Rear view mirror, bike bell, kickstand and cable lock included.
Asking price is $500.00
Recumbent bikes are not cheap (we paid $800 for this one). Serious offers only!
If you're into recumbents, these are the most popular:
http://www.hpvelotechnik.com/produkte/gekkofx/index_e.html ($2,290! *cough*)
http://www.lightningbikes.com/p38.htm (what's with those handlebars? $3,100)
http://www.lightningbikes.com/f40.htm (too confining; $6,100!?!?)
http://www.radius-liegeraeder.de/english/Hornet.Ausstattung.html (narrow seat; no price tag?)