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biggrinHi there, name's Kain.

Don't ride as much as I'd like to anymore. Years ago I was heavy into BMX racing circuit.

Born and raised in Phoenix,Az. where I spent most of my life.I now have the pleasure of living in Prescott, Az.!

Anyhow I have come across an unusual tricycle (to me anyway). Can't find a plaque or any other type of manufacturer's model or year but from what little I've researched, it seems to be a "Velocopede"., Late 1800's or early 1900's.

It has been nicely restored and is fully functional. 

I am looking to sell but am finding it difficult. Didn't seem to be to much info on it. 

I am asking for help from anyone who might have more knowledge about it!

Thanks, "Kano"

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-- Edited by Kano on Tuesday 18th of August 2020 07:51:56 PM

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