The weather during the last couple of weeks has been extremely pleasant. So, the first two or three excursions on Trixie have been in bright sunshine. The last couple of days, however, have been rather dull and I thought it might be a good idea to 'road-test' the waterproofs I managed to persuade the dealer from whom I bought the trike to be included in the buying price. I didn't, by the way, see any sense in buying special boots because I thought my walking boots would be adequate.
Here's a photo.......
Pity the photo doesn't fully reveal Trixie's twin front wheels feature.
Since posting this blog, someone has noticed that there seems to be an L plate attached to the rear registration plate and has asked why it's there if this machine can be ridden on a full car-driver's license. Well, I have to admit that it is an L plate - and the reason it's there is that I thought it might be a sensible (temporary) means of alerting following motorists to the fact that I might be slightly more cautious that the average motorcyclist.