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    Hand Bike

    Was wondering if anyone was at the expo in Minnesota this past weekend. I tried out a German made hand cycle and thought I grabbed information on it but I didn't. Really nice bike but i cant find anything on internet. Any help would be appreciated. I believe the company name is Huss.

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    The bike is a Hase KettWiesel. I'm saving my pennies for one.

    www.hasebikes.com


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    I think www.bike-on.com may be a US distributor. I believe they are very pricey, good height for transfers.

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    it has a nice attachment for those with limited grip! very trick!

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    dale - that's a bike-on product. they'll put it on any bike.

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    That's 500,000 pennies Scott. This thing looks very cool though. I wonder if it can be taken down for transport. Anyone know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brino
    That's 500,000 pennies Scott.
    which is why I don't have one.

    This thing looks very cool though. I wonder if it can be taken down for transport. Anyone know?
    the hand crank assembly can be folded down, but I think everything else is fixed in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Pruett
    dale - that's a bike-on product. they'll put it on any bike.
    ahhh...even cooler! no need to spend 500,000 pennies to get a nifty handle!
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    Thanks for the info. That is the bike I test drove. It was awesome but you are not kidding bout saving money the base price is $5995.00. I decided after test driving the topend ones that I will save my money and buy it next year.

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    I looked at the handbike brochure on their website (under media). No wonder this things so expensive. It has a mini differential in its rear wheel drive, two wheel disc brakes, a schlumpf speed drive, and chain guide tubes so you don't get dirty. It does look fun thought. Be nice not to need a crane to get in or out. I'd throw out the fenders first thing.

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