Diamond Pave Solid

Diamond Pave Solid
Recumbent bike?

I’m a commuter cyclist who bikes about 15-16 miles daily to work and back. It’s basically all roads and paved trails, and I live in the pacific northwest, so it’s raining much of the year. I’ve been doing this with my diamond-frame for about 6 months now and I’d like to switch to a recumbent, I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice on what I should look for and what a good, solid, well-build model for this type of cycling would cost (any links with more information would also be appreciated).

Here is a great website you should probably become a member of since you are considering a recumbent bike.

http://www.recumbents.com/home.asp

I am a member and I’m building a custom recumbent for myself now. That website has a bunch of information if you are interested in finding out which recumbent is right for you. There are many different styles and brands of recumbent bikes so you really should find out what works for you since they all have advantages and disadvantages. They also have links to websites that have reliable good recumbent bikes. I would definitely say to check it out. I love recumbents because they are just an all around better bike that diamond frames just because of wind resistance and riding position. Unlike diamond frames you are not putting any stress on your wrists, elbows, or shoulders not too mention a much more comfortable riding position and say good bye to slender uncomfortable seats. They do use different muscles though so it might take some time to develop the different muscles.
I would say a recumbent is the way to go I swear by them now. Have fun and I hope to see you on the website.

Diamond Pave Solid
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