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Recorded Conversations about the Development, Evolution and Enjoyment of the TrikeBuggy
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The First Days, Developing the TrikeBuggy Basic

This is our first podcast! Johnny Fetz joins me in discussing the early days of development and flight testing of the TrikeBuggy Classic. The picture at left shows the first version using "arms" attached to the frame of the Fresh Breeze Simonini, the same ones that eventually broke! So glad I had the redundant straps from the caribiners to the hip of the buggy!

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Confessions of the First TrikeBuggy Owner, SpaceBrother Greg Bishop.

Greg Bishop was with me just after the development of the Power Loops on the Classic TrikeBuggy Basic. His first PPG Trike flights were on the Flash, but when he saw and felt the TrikeBuggy, he really liked it. His insights and thoughts give us a glimpse of the evolution of this microlight aircraft.

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