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.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Some nice news...and finally a chance to move on to other things.  I posted this on BROL the other day:  

"Finally...thanks to the seemingly endless patience of the friendly testers from the BROL community and a couple of re-designs, the CURVE kits for TerraTrikes are now available.

The same gently curved 3"x6" neck rest with a 2" thick and cushy memory foam fill, "T" tower, 75mm mtb stem and end caps, plus an adapter bracket designed just for TerraTrikes. 

The cover is breathable and water-resistant, and secured with a poly cord and slider.

As always, embroidery is available to personalize your trike...and you're limited mostly by your imagination.

The complete kit is $110 plus a small ship charge.  The cost of embroidery depends upon your selection, and you get to see the art before we do the embroidery."
I honestly don't know that I'll sell many of the TerraTrike kits but getting the adapter bracket made was becoming an obsession.  So I'm glad it's finished and I can move on to other projects like hardshell mounts, new sidemount stuff and the top secret project X.

Letting people know about the kit was also a perfect opportunity to gather up just some of the recent embroidery we've done.
Larry Varney's cover is being embroidered as we speak.  With luck he'll have it in time for the upcoming Catrike Rally the beginning of March.

Its been sunny and in the high 50's for the past 4 days.  Now it's raining again but I just noticed that the daffodils are beginning to appear.  Oh boy...Spring's coming!

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