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reikshaw with Flevo-trike steering principle

A reikshaw with Flevo-trike steering principle. To the driver it is just like riding a tandem. The passenger doesn't pedal.
This trike has been custom designed for a father who could take his handicapped son this way. Because the back-part does not tilt, the passenger will feel rather some sideways forces. It has an arm-chair with much side-support, and a foot support.
Because there is much pressure on the front wheel, it is possible to climb pretty steep hills, in spite of the fact that only one person is pedaling.

Year:sept. 1991
Place:Ede (NL), technical meeting
Maker:Flevobike (custom made)
Source:photograph by Erik Wannee

TriHauler Pedicab

A prototype of a reikshaw version of the TriHauler. Suitable for two adult passengers.
As distinct from the FlevoTrike, the seat cannot tilt.

Place:Eugene, OR (USA)
Maker:Human Powered Machines
Source:site of Center for appropriate transport (CAT)