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Thank you for the info. but I was not thinking of USS .Lightfoot has an option for linkage steering that eliminates the tiller .See there web for a picture . It's expensive but I will get it if it is a big improvement.
I have a Lightfoot Ranger recumbent that I find very hard to handle on slow speed climbs . Would changing to linkage steering( a $300 option ) give me a big improvement ??
Hi,I bought one of those at an REI used gear sale, complete with X on it. I toured with it last summer, and was usually able to keep my old Garmin Edge charged with it, or the battery pack. But I was always happy to see an unused outlet. You can buy an insert which lets you charge AA or AAA batteries.I also just bought an ORANGE JOOS, and it proudly sports another X on it. I'm experimenting with charging and discharging it. I need to find some better instrumentation if I'm going to do very much, though.Thanks for the feedback,Pat
I wrote two extensive posts on my blog last year about my experience with various charging systems. Not a comprehensive overview - I tended to research extensively first and settle on a specific system. So these reports are based on my experience of a couple of systems on long tours.
Charging Systems Revisited