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Recycled Recumbents Revisited



Andrew D. Carson of Glendale, Wisconsin, whose 2008 recycled recumbent build came in 3rd in yesterday’s roundup of most-trafficked recumbent bike posts, contacted us and asked that we post a more modern picture of his Mach 2 frame. Looks great, A.D.!

The recycled recumbent designs, which are built from standard frame parts scavenged from scrap bikes, are freely available as PDF plans on Andrew’s site. He also sells complete bikes of his own manufacture.

[Thanks, Andrew!]

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