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    Electrical Handcycle Power Assist - POWER POD


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    Do you own one Stephen?
    Every day I wake up is a good one

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesecake View Post
    Do you own one Stephen?
    I don't. Looks cool, though, and not a bad extra to have for the rider who wants to extend the useful life of one's shoulders, elbows, wrists, and hands.

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    I hve one and think it is what kept me riding. My shoulders are pretty well blown out but with the powerpod I can work as hard or as easy as I want while going at a fair rate of speed. As one said in the video, it took me from being a disabled rider going less than 10 mph to passing most a/b riders I see on the road. Love it and am thankful it came about when it did.

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    Wow! I want one! Too bad my "real" handcycle was stolen, and I only have a clip-on now.

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    Mine was stolen too, first day in a new pad. Had it on my back deck in a secluded neighborhood. Didn't think to lock it up that first night, too busy, and I wasn't really worried. My bad.
    Quote Originally Posted by jgrant27 View Post
    Wow! I want one! Too bad my "real" handcycle was stolen, and I only have a clip-on now.
    Please donate a dollar a day at http://justadollarplease.org.
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    Thanks!

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    Mine was locked up (two locks) inside a bike cage at my housing complex (graduate student housing). I wish I'd had it listed on my renter's insurance, I'm not sure when I'll ever have that much money again!

    Quote Originally Posted by rdf View Post
    Mine was stolen too, first day in a new pad. Had it on my back deck in a secluded neighborhood. Didn't think to lock it up that first night, too busy, and I wasn't really worried. My bad.

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