2009 April 21
(NEW YORK) Dear Daily,
I have decided to part with one of my trikes and would love for it to find a great home. Please pass this along to anyone you think may be interested. Here is a description:
3-speed Worksman Industrial trike that has been custom built to fit kids on the back
Carriage fits 1-2 kids comfortably as well as a dog and groceries. There is even a compartment under the seat to hold helmets, locks, etc.
Parking: I have been riding a version of this bike for 4 years. I have always parked it outside my apartment in TriBeCa with no issues. You will need a good lock (or 2) to keep it from being stolen but I have not had any issues in all this time.
As many of you know, I have ridden this (or another version of this trike) EVERYWHERE! It has been the best way to get around the city as well as get my kids around and all the errands done. I am selling it for $900, which is less than half of what I paid for it. The only reason I am selling this is I have a bigger version of this trike now and it looks like I am running a rickshaw company outside the apartment!!
Please email this on to anyone you think may be interested. I really do want it to go to someone who will use it and adore it!! Crazily, I am a little attached to it. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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