Hugh: Thanks for providing me with an idea. A top like that may very well end up as a substitute for a planned body that, with the current speed of things, may be really too long in materialising. Simple, cheap, light, easily removed, and effective.
With you on that , it is the unexpected that can catch you out ....Mercedes-a-class-moose-test-crisis-recalledPaul it does not give any sensation of tippyness at all, having said that I,m fully aware of the dynamics of delta trikes. As such, no fast corners, it gets treated as a cruising trike.
2 years behind you and I second that with the destination being a bonusAt 68 the ride and the scenery is of more interest anyway
Spooky I have tipped my Flevo/Python hybrid over this week as well , low speed and embarrassment as a lady in a car pulled up and asked the 66 year old sprawling on the pavement if they were okI did manage to tip over at a super slow speed. I was coming home from a nice downtown ride and had reached a short section of a paved asphalt trail along the river. There was a bench at the top of a small rise with a few older gentlemen standing around and one guy on a mobility trike on the path. So I veered off the path to give them and me room. It was on a bit of a downhill camber. Trike went up on 2 wheels, I steered into it and recovered. Then I turned back up hill and over we went, prob at about 1 kph. No damage and the only damage to me was to my ego.