Most likely you're visiting to check out Finer Recliner CURVE neck rests, side mount handlebar bag kits, embroidery, tail lights and other recumbent accessories.

I make neck rests mainly but not exclusively for recumbent trikes. Each is 2" thick memory foam fill on a gently curved PVC base. The covers are breathable and water-resistant. Embroidery options are nearly limitless and allow you to truly personalize this part of your trike.

If you're interested in more information about Finer Recliner accessories, pictures, prices and how to order, you can reach me at stevesussman@earthlink.net.

Thanks for visiting.

Friday, May 13, 2011

Here's part of the new Spring wardrobe at the Finer Recliner.  

Blessedly I'm almost caught up with back orders...just a couple more to get out and then at least for the moment things should be quieter around here.

One of the best parts of this micro-business is when I've got a batch of finished neck rests sitting here ready to be mailed...especially the embroidered ones.  I love how they look.  If anyone's thinking about a new neck rest this would be a good time to order...before the next rush.  And as for embroidery, if I can't find a stock image you totally love we can also use your original art.  Just about anything can be embroidered so use your imagination.

Tuesday I sent out the first order for a Catrike side mount handlebar bag kit and I'm anxious to see whether folks take to those.  I really like mine...it's the perfect easily-accessible spot for snacks, maps, my phone and camera, the velcro brake strap, and until recently, my gloves.  What's especially nice is that just about any of the new handlebar bags will fit so you can choose exactly what you want.  And by using a mtb stem for a mount, the kit is adjustable up/down and in/out so each person can put it right where s/he wants it.  All the aluminum tube I've been using to this point has been unfinished.  I'm learning more about anodizing, so this may be the next addition...perhaps it might even be colored...how cool is that?

Last night Travis and I went out for his first run using the WalkyDog/Krispysteve attachment.  It was just about a perfect success.  Now I'm looking for a harness that either has a side attachment point, or could accommodate one being added, so the harness wouldn't be pulled over to the side when Travis runs.

Okay...time to head to the post office.

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