Date: 2006-04-06 04:23:55

Name: Dan Ballard
Comments: Great looking trike, I wil be ordering plans in the next week. Living in Arizona would be a perfect place to drive a trike like that.


Date: 2006-03-05 21:18:21

Name: Bob Morton
Comments: Bought plan in feb 06 looking forward to a build live in northern CT 06078. Would like to Know if there are any local builders in the area to pool info with


Date: 2005-09-02 09:41:06

Name: Fritz Schantz
Comments: Dude!  I saw the indycycle in Fallston Last night turning from Carrs Mill Rd onto Grafton Shop Rd.  I moved to maryland last year, but I was monitoring your web site over the last 5 or 6 years, watching the development of the indycycle from Wisconsin.  I have long been interested in doing a three wheeler, but have not had the time or $ to do it yet.  Are you local in harford county now?  You were in Glen Burnie I think last I knew.  Anyway, drop me a line- I'd like to see the indycycle up close (and off-screen) and talk to you about it.  Awesome Project!


Date: 2005-08-25 15:06:08

Name: Joe Gordon
Comments: Awesome design! I was oing to build the Tri-magnum until I saw your Indycycle. I am going to do a similar design with a grille and a rear spoiler.


Date: 2005-08-07 16:55:44

Name: Larry Shirley

The older I get the more the "Build Bug" bites at me to do it while I can. I'll be in touch, you aren't that far away.



Date: 2005-07-27 13:42:36

Name: Joe Gordon

Great design! I have just purchased the Tri-Magnum plans, but really wanted the "Indy" look. Where did you get the front suspension?

Joe Gordon


Date: 2005-07-26 05:26:59

Name: Barry

Hey, a great website - congratulations!

I own an Indycycle myself & would love to get a reverse gear on it to make parking easier.  Has anyone any idea of how this could be done?

Cheers to all.




Date: 2005-06-27 02:38:53

Name: Emile Lautier

Hi there, compared the two indy cycles yours and mussers.

actually no comparison. mussers cycle is lacking the style and finesse that yours displays. I would even go further with yours and smooth the fairing behind the driverseat into a finer sleeker shape. Also I would replace the front suspention arms by inverted wing arms for better looks and downforce. Imagion what four inverted wings would do for the handling.

Otherwise great concept and execution.

 Cheers,  Emile Lautier,The Netherlands.


Date: 2005-02-28 23:16:46

Name: Bryan Walstrom

Indycycle of Florida ( ha ha) is back in action! Building #2 prototype of Jamieson's original. What do you say about a race North against South... end of 05' ??? Anyone else out there actually building??


Date: 2005-01-17 16:50:30

Name: Nikki, Margie & Dr. Klaff
Comments: Cool 3-wheeler!!  And congratulations on the newest additions!!!


Date: 2005-01-09 21:36:06

Name: Ken Huddleston

Cool crossbred trike . . . you might want to try a custom trike next.  Who knows CPT you could end up being the next big customer bike builder on the Discovery Channel . . . the TV schedule will be Orange County Choppers followed by the Baltimore County Customs "What one motivated soldier can do with spare time!"


Date: 2004-09-29 09:11:25

Name: Kevin Cox

DID U WRITE THIS U LITTLE RASCAL!?! lol cool thingy. hey check out my xanga site go to and search "themaggot08" and comment on MY site haha~!


Date: 2004-08-24 13:15:02

Name: David Woolery

I really am impressed with the IndyCycle!  I'm interested in building one myself, but I was wondering if there'd be more than just your plans available to build one.  Is it possible that a partial kit (front framework, suspension) may be available in the future?  The IndyCycle looks like could be a perfect candidate for a partial "bolt together" kit.

I really do like the IndyCyle and would love to drive one someday!


Date: 2004-08-15 18:05:14

Name: BigWarpGuy
Web Site: IndyCycle
Comments: It would be neat to see a whole lot of IndyCycles at the Indianpolis Speedway racing.


Date: 2004-08-04 18:33:26

Name: Jamieson DuRette
Web Site: The IndyCycle Home Page

Just to answer a few of your questions (and I apologize for the delay - I just never get online much these days and my website is suffering because of it):

The plans are available for sale for $75 (US). If you are overseas, there may be an additional charge for shipping ($5), but e-mail me first.

The "SportCycle" sold by Jim Musser is in NO WAY related to the IndyCycle that I designed. Mine was built first, and I own the trademark to the name "IndyCycle". So far, my lawyer has assured me that the name "IndyCycle" does not infringe upon Brickyard Productions copyrights or trademarks. That being said, I am only selling plans and so far have stayed below the radar, so perhaps they just haven't noticed me... yet.

... Sorry for that little tirade.....

If you are still interested in purchasing a set of plans, e-mail me or - if you are in a big hurry - send a money order or check (no cash please) payable to Jamieson DuRette at:


PO Box 426

Bel Air, MD 21014 


Date: 2004-07-06 08:47:45

Name: leigh walker
Web Site: indy cycle
Comments: i am in australia and i love it looks 1000 times better than jim mussers i am building my own but i might buy your plans just too look at how much time and thought you have put in to it


Date: 2004-06-28 23:55:32

Name: Taylor Moore

Do you have the plans for sale? I am in Canada and would like to send a money order. Please advise if this is all cool.


Taylor Moore


Date: 2004-06-06 15:22:33

Name: Allan Wesemann

This is a great car!!! Before I order your plans I need to know if you are still selling them or should I get them from the other site called sportcycle? Please if you would let me know. Thanks


Date: 2004-05-13 16:22:56

Name: Jamieson


Yes, that was me! I have an IndyCycle decal on my Explorer and also on my little red Honda Civic Hatchback (which is much better on gas than my big blue!). Thanks for posting in the book, and I might even be up at Carlisle this year (but not with the IndyCycle - it needs some work on it here and there).

- Jamieson


Date: 2004-04-22 12:41:14

Name: John Narvell

Jameson, I believe I saw you on the beltway this week around perring parkway. Do you drive a dark Blue explorer with an Indycycle sticker on the rear?  I came across your site and the three wheeler asociation via Tom and Sybil and their Fire Aero. I met them early last summer on I 81 in Virginia and was absolutely fascinated with their trike. I guess I first really started following three wheelers after seeing the T-Rex in car and driver.  The indy cycle looks awesome.  Hope to see you on the road in it some time!

 John Narvell, Havre de Grace MD