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    what is the world's most powerful tricycle

    only gurus need reply
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    hmmm... We talking like the little metal red tricycles that I rode around on when I was three? They're all powerful, it just depends on how strong the rider is.

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    I'm not a guru, but who are you to stipulate who can and can't reply -
    http://www.electricbikessys.com/tricycle.htm
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    The wise one who knows 99 listens to the one that knows only one.
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    I must admit youve got a crazy sense of humour!

    As for the tricycle, the Si244 built by Robert Hubertson in 1909, only gurus need encylopedias.
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    I'd have to say this is the most powerful tricycle.....
    see pic.
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    That'd almost work but a tricycle has three wheels, not two, hehe...although if that guy falls off, it's over for him.
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    Any triciyle can be the most powerful once you stick a GE turbofan in it.

    Hmm.... I should try that...and market it...(and get the hell out of town before I get lynched)
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    I would have to say the tricycle I see your Mom ride to get beer looks pretty powerful, but then again, she does have big legs.....


    But who wouldn't after eating all those hambugers? I mean, there's only so much fat the human body can take....
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    Hehehe... We oughta point people who post "WHAT IS DA ULTIMATE OS?" and "WHICH LANGUAGE IS SUPER?" threads to this.

    I favor something small, sturdy, open-sourced build-it-yourself, perhaps red.
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