Welcome to my Guestbook! These are the wonderful people who have stopped by and taken the time to comment (good or bad) on the IndyCycle. :)

Scott Roach - 12/19/00 22:50:16
My Email:lsroach@peoplepc.com
City: Rutherfordton
State: NC
Age: 29
Occupation: Autobody &frame

Comments:
Absolutely awesome!!!! I have been designing 1 in my head for several years now, but never had time to put it to the metal. If you sell blue prints i would definetly like one. Thanks Scott.

kevin - 12/04/00 15:59:04
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/kennedykriegermiddleschool/KevinM/martinez1.html
My Email:kennedykriegermiddleschool@hotmail.com
City: ellicott
State: maryland
Age: 12
Occupation: apprentice webmaster

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Unique - 12/02/00 23:03:20
My Email:unique_trike@hotmail.com
City: Dbn hgts
State: Mi.
Age: 50
Occupation: Retired Fabricator

Comments:
Very nice work ! Was real impressed by the front suspension work. I use to own a Fiberglass shop so I know what you guys went through.Grinding glass is such fun. if it isn't different why bother ? Anyone can build the same old thing. When in doubt improvise! Best of luck and have a great time with your beautiful project trike Unique

mannyramos - 11/25/00 21:34:42
City: tucson
State: az

Comments:
Write back to me.My adress is 3641 S prudence Rd Tucson,Az 85730.I need an adress where I can write back to you. When will you have plans, so a home builder can build his own Indycycle.Also could you include a ph# number where you can be contact at.

mannyramos - 11/25/00 21:34:34
City: tucson
State: az

Comments:
Write back to me.My adress is 3641 S prudence Rd Tucson,Az 85730.I need an adress where I can write back to you. When will you have plans, so a home builder can build his own Indycycle.Also could you include a ph# number where you can be contact at.

mannyramos - 11/25/00 21:34:30
City: tucson
State: az

Comments:
Write back to me.My adress is 3641 S prudence Rd Tucson,Az 85730.I need an adress where I can write back to you. When will you have plans, so a home builder can build his own Indycycle.Also could you include a ph# number where you can be contact at.

mannyramos - 11/25/00 21:34:26
City: tucson
State: az

Comments:
Write back to me.My adress is 3641 S prudence Rd Tucson,Az 85730.I need an adress where I can write back to you. When will you have plans, so a home builder can build his own Indycycle.Also could you include a ph# number where you can be contact at.

mannyramos - 11/25/00 21:34:23
City: tucson
State: az

Comments:
Write back to me.My adress is 3641 S prudence Rd Tucson,Az 85730.I need an adress where I can write back to you. When will you have plans, so a home builder can build his own Indycycle.Also could you include a ph# number where you can be contact at.

mannyramos - 11/25/00 21:34:22
City: tucson
State: az

Comments:
Write back to me.My adress is 3641 S prudence Rd Tucson,Az 85730.I need an adress where I can write back to you. When will you have plans, so a home builder can build his own Indycycle.Also could you include a ph# number where you can be contact at.

mannyramos - 11/25/00 21:34:19
City: tucson
State: az

Comments:
Write back to me.My adress is 3641 S prudence Rd Tucson,Az 85730.I need an adress where I can write back to you. When will you have plans, so a home builder can build his own Indycycle.Also could you include a ph# number where you can be contact at.

mannyramos - 11/25/00 21:33:53
City: tucson
State: az

Comments:
Write back to me.My adress is 3641 S prudence Rd Tucson,Az 85730.I need an adress where I can write back to you. When will you have plans, so a home builder can build his own Indycycle.Also could you include a ph# number where you can be contact at.

Tom Pendleton - 11/24/00 16:50:47
My Email:oneinfoman@yahoo.com
City: Tampa
State: Florida
Age: 61
Occupation: mechanic

Comments:
I am a fan of Indy Cars first,now IRL,Cart,Grand Prix & Sports Car Racing and with my son's help built 2 Kit Car replicars on vw running gears. I saw the mention of your Indycycle & web address in Kit Car Nov. 2000 Issue & I just wanted to say I like the dea & am glad to see you have an idea & make it a reality. I can only imagine the fun of riding at speed in what you created. Thank you for sharing. Best of luck with your project! Indeed I would some day see lots of these in our future as I think indivi ual transportation is the mode for the future.

Eric Eckberg - 11/21/00 00:16:49
My URL:http://%20%20not%20yet/
My Email:ericeckberg@hotmail.com
City: Bend
State: OR
Age: 54
Occupation: it varies

Comments:
Absolutely bitchen! I Ride a Guzzi, have always thought Morgans and other 'two in front' designs looked both logical and fun; and for a while have had this brainstorm about mating the front of one of the current genre HON/YAM/KAW 4-wheelers w/ the back o one of their big sportbikes, possibly w/ handlebars/seat intact and free to lean [but don't really know if that's mechanically or dynamically practical...]. Anyhoo, I'm VERY impressed with your efforts, and enjoyed your site; your's is absolutely the mo t atractive and appealing trike/3-wheeler I've seen to date! Keep at it, I'm sure I'll be stopping by to check for updates as time goes by... P.S. Best of luck!

Eric - 11/20/00 23:46:52

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Gerry Poirier - 11/20/00 02:38:28
My URL:http://motolarm.tripod.com/terren.htm
My Email:manustor@qc.aira.com
City: St-Eustache (Montreal)
State: quebec
Age: 51
Occupation: Manufacturers Agent

Comments:
Congratulation for The Indycycle. I wanted two seats so I built the TerrOpter see above URL. I am now in my second version too (2000) change of engine and color. A real thrill and lots of fun. I did everything myself except paint. Nice to see what other people are building, everyone has his own idea and comes up with a different vehicule. Gerry

Gerry Poirier - 11/20/00 02:38:23
My URL:http://motolarm.tripod.com/terren.htm
My Email:manustor@qc.aira.com
City: St-Eustache (Montreal)
State: quebec
Age: 51
Occupation: Manufacturers Agent

Comments:
Congratulation for The Indycycle. I wanted two seats so I built the TerrOpter see above URL. I am now in my second version too (2000) change of engine and color. A real thrill and lots of fun. I did everything myself except paint. Nice to see what other people are building, everyone has his own idea and comes up with a different vehicule. Gerry

Dustin Etheredge - 11/12/00 02:12:30
My Email:dustinterry@hotmail.com
City: Corning
State: IA
Age: 31
Occupation: sales

Comments:
Way cool, found in 11-00 issue of Kit Car, love your ride hope to see it in kit soon. Do you need investments? Dustin

bassam - 11/11/00 06:08:06
My Email:blp3@pacbell.net
City: El Segundo
State: californa
Age: 22
Occupation: student

Comments:
why two wheels in the front then the back?

Brian Anastasiadis - 11/09/00 07:44:22
My Email:cbr60of3@aol.com
City: Seattle
State: WA
Age: 29
Occupation: Image Storage Tech.

Comments:
Just one more person interested in a kit. If there won't be a kit available, the blueprint sales sounds good. I'm mainly interested in how the front end was put together, and where the parts were available. Thanks for any info. - the design looks great!
john h. - 11/06/00 23:18:06
My Email:johnjaydee@aol.com
City: manteca
State: calif.
Age: over 50
Occupation: retired

Comments:
sure would like a kit

Nick Dokich - 10/19/00 01:34:45
My Email:shelby@hwy5.net
State: NC
Age: 40
Occupation: Engineer

Comments:
Great site, This is the type I want to build, two in front, one in back. If you know any other good sites, let me know. Thanks

Tim - 10/18/00 01:47:00
My Email:smitherst@gisco.net
State: ny

Comments:
Hey Cheezehead, Why all the exposure of your awsome little rice burner, if I can't buy one??????? Even the plans would be nice!!!! Tim

craig brown - 10/15/00 03:43:28
My Email:craglor@c.s.com
City: eldersburg
State: md
Age: 39
Occupation: crew chief

Comments:
great project!! me and my family saw you riding on rte 140 in pikesville and almost wrecked trying to keep up in traffic and stare at the same time. have fun and ride safe!!

Jon Cammarata - 10/14/00 22:48:40
My Email:jdclvc@aol.com
City: Syracuse
State: New York
Age: 26
Occupation: Graphic Designer

Comments:
Hey, saw your IndyCycle on "Motorweek", and loved it. I wish vehicles existed for us driving enthusiasts to purchase, without having to know how to work on a car. I applaud your efforts, and encourage you to post plans for you IndyCycle! Good Job.

Jerry Foisel - 10/13/00 19:44:49
My Email:Too poor & frugal for.
City: Las Vegas
State: Nevada
Age: 45, feeling like 80 & still thinking like 21.
Occupation: Scuba Diver/Aquarium Operator - SHARK REEF @ MANDALAY BAY SUCKER HOUSE

Comments:
Saw the photo in "KIT CAR" magazine. Brought back memories of the old three-wheeled MASA Slingshot Human Powered Vehicle that I used to go "tear-assing' around elevated parking garages in Phoenix, Arizona many years ago. With the 3-wheel design of that beautiful sex-toy I also used to ballast it down with water bottles and come screaming down the Deer Creek Highway on Mount Charleston (over snow and ice, passing A Yuppie Porsche at Rbber's Roost at over 75 miles per hour. Since I layed lower than "Yuppo" in my little Slingshot I always passed him without his awareness of it. Really freaked him out to find me waiting for him at the bottom of the mountain!) By the way you were not the first to dream-up this OBVIOUSLY SAFER THAN A MOTORCYCLE IDEA...I still have the plans for the Bede designed AUTOCYCLE that looks like a jet fighter sans it's wings. Although to think about it, it wasn't really a three-wheeler. It was two with a couple of outrigger rollers sucked up into vestigle wings by it's side. Anyways, thanks for the daydream and keep the right side up on that rocket-trike of yours...as I learned from the old Slingshot: trikes have VERY PECULIAR BUT MANAGEABLE HANDLING CHARACTERISTICS!

Jerrry Henneman - 10/13/00 04:24:44
My Email:n1861@aol.com
City: near Seattle
State: WA
Age: 51
Occupation: Aerospace

Comments:
Very nice! I'd like to know how well the air-cooled engine works out, since it is enclosed in the bodywork. Any problems with other drivers seeing the low profile?

Brian Langille - 10/08/00 20:50:41
My Email:langille@BMTS.com
City: Port Elgin
State: Ontario, Canada
Age: 43
Occupation: Engineer

Comments:
Saw the IndyCycle on MotorWeek, Oct 8., 2000. Nice job. Looks like a lot of fun. Maybe a go family project.

- 10/07/00 05:15:49
My Email:b.j.beck@worldnet.att.net

Comments:
Im interested in plans, also if you made a plug mold for the body could I rent it from you to make one body?

George - 10/06/00 02:19:57
My Email:jorgesarreola@hotmail.com
City: Mexico
State: DF
Age: 39
Occupation: engineer

Comments:
I love your IndyCycle ,you did a great work.I saw the pic and web page in kit car magazine.I dream to make something like you did,congratulations.

- 10/06/00 00:57:14
My Email:someonelse@somethingorother.com
City: reisterstown
State: MD

Comments:
sweet... saw the indycycle on motorweek- how come i've never seen you driving it? and how do you insure something like that?

Rod Reynolds - 10/06/00 00:49:39
My Email:rodr@erols.com
City: Bowie
State: MD
Age: 50
Occupation: teacher

Comments:
Nice wheels. How do you do insurance? Did DMV have a fit when you brought it in for inspection. I have plans for the Vortex but have not committed to build it yet. Reply appreciated.

Demetrios Christopoulos - 10/03/00 23:03:23
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/Demetrios_37
My Email:demetriosdesign@netzero.net
City: Boca Raton
State: Florida
Age: 38
Occupation: Product Designer

Comments:
I just basically got to your site and excited with all the links to check out and similarities to my own project....we need to talk

Steve Hess - 10/03/00 15:17:17
My Email:mohessian@prodigy.net
City: Champlin
State: MN
Age: 46
Occupation: electronic technician

Comments:
I saw the article in my co-worker's KitCar, almost fell over. I've thought about this concept for years. Up here you can't drive a racecar on the street. However, if yon racecar happened to be registered as a motorcycle (3 wheels and under 1500lbs) with lights etc. I just bet you could. I'd sure be interested in any plans you eventually make available. Since I shop at the Big&Tall a modified chassis may have to be considered. Great job trailblazer!! I should hope there are more than 5 fans out there. I know I am one of the more enthusiastic.

Aaron Powell - 10/01/00 01:57:50
My Email:powell.2@wright.edu
City: Fairborn
State: Ohio
Age: 20
Occupation: Student/quality assurance technition

Comments:
I saw your prototype in kit car and was immediately interested! The thing is...my father (a graphic artist) has had the same basic idea of your prototype for the past 30 years and has actually done many different sketches of a prototype to build. Glad t see someone actually following up on an idea that's popped into their heads! I know that if worked out right, you could get excellent gas mileage and a super tight little vehicle. tell you what....i'm gonna take down your email and drop you a note to c at with you some more. Anyhow....I like what you've done!

Ted Norris - 09/30/00 22:37:16
My Email:tedbear99@earthlink.net
City: Seattle
State: Washington
Age: 50+
Occupation: Tool Maker

Comments:
You did one Hell of a job on this, if you ever offer a kit Please let me know, Man O Man i'll bet that thing hauls some serious ass.

Jay W Heiberger - 09/30/00 18:23:13
My Email:jaywh_77@yahoo.com
City: Sioux Falls
State: SD, 57110
Age: 36
Occupation: Forklift Operator

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K. S. McClelland - 09/30/00 05:08:13
My Email:mailto:www.Cme4solutions@Yahoo.com
City: Yolo
State: CA
Age: 52
Occupation: Farm Owner/Operator

Comments:
Looks like what I want to build. The performance should be spectacular. What is the total weight, demensions, fuel capacity? What performance figures do you have? Wouldn't a Indy type front and rear wings aid in high speed stability? Scott

Mike Larson - 09/29/00 03:34:05
My Email:mailto:www.micm@pacifier.com
City: Vancouver
State: Wa.
Age: 57
Occupation: System Analyst

Comments:
Great cycle ! Question - does the machine have a reverse ? If so, how ?

Michael Hasychak - 09/28/00 05:34:33
My Email:melrose@pacbell.net
City: Pacheco
State: Ca.
Age: 47
Occupation: Motorcycle mechanic

Comments:
Saw you Indycycle in Kit Car. I`ve always wanted to build something like it using maybe a Yamaha shaft dive set-up.(I`m a Yam/Kaw mechanic)and your 3 wheeler was just what I almost had in my mind. Great job and I hope you the best.

Paul David - 09/28/00 04:41:15
My Email:paul.david@bowne.com
City: Anaheim Hills
State: CA
Age: 55
Occupation: Executive

Comments:
Very cool!. If you decide to sell plans, or a kit, I'd be interested. Thanks Paul

Dave Meyer - 09/27/00 04:58:45
My Email:davelmm@yahoo.com
City: Breckenridge
State: MN
Age: 48
Occupation: Purchasing agent

Comments:
Caught a picture of your IndyCycle in Kit Car mag. Quite unique. Original thinking. I have toyed with the idea of building some sort of 3 wheeled vehicle. But my real disire is a Cobra kit. I live about 50 miles south of Fargo ND where Classic Roadsters is located. I've driven their Cobra demo car. Great fun... I have two Trimuph Spit- fires and a Honda Shadow. All drivable. My prob- lem is finding the time to enjoy those vehicles. Keep up the good work. I'll be watching. Thanks Dave Meyer

- 09/26/00 05:45:07
My Email:mperez@stewart.com
City: edmonds
State: wa
Age: 50
Occupation: salesrep/carnut

Comments:
I would be interested in a turnkey or kit. I know there's a market for the indycycle. I saw the article in Kit Car. Will it take a 1200? Contact me. If I have to learn to weld, no problem!!

- 09/26/00 05:34:48
My Email:mperez@stewart.com
City: edmonds
State: wa
Age: 50
Occupation: salesrep/carnut

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Carl Montgomery - 09/25/00 20:31:20
My Email:carl.montgomery@hksystems.com
City: Roswell
State: GA
Age: 46
Occupation: Mechanical Engineer

Comments:
I have a "Trimagnum" like design in process. It's more car than bike, 2 seater, all bolt on wheels. I have two questions, 1) What are you doing for for insurance, 2) I would like to use a auto starter for a reverse motor, what type of spur gear can I use o match the pinion of the starter motor?

Dan Bishop - 09/24/00 18:33:38
My Email:dbbishop@collins.rockwell.com
City: Huntsville
State: AL
Age: 51
Occupation: Regional Market Manager for Avionic

Comments:
Great Idea, love the bike! My son (16) and I are Gold and Silver Wingers, and have been discussing a trike project/kit/fabrication. Love your design! I would be interested in handling information of your prototype? Please keep me informed if you intend o kit proof your consept or would consider selling plans? I would probably modify your consept to a two seater for functionality, but really love the work you have done todate. Would this be a real home built project, I have a very good shop with equip ent. Again, well done, at-a-boy! Dan Bishop

John Robison - 09/24/00 04:31:13
My Email:Robison@sisna.com
City: Tooele
State: Utah
Age: 39
Occupation: Data Analyst

Comments:
You stole my idea!! I have been working on virtually the same idea for a few years now. I really like the idea of a formula/indy car front with a motorcycle rear. I am very glad to see at least one other shares my idea. I have the Tri-Magnum plans, t e blue-prints for the Formula 5000 (race car), and I have been trying various designs and "looks" to combine the two. My friends think I'm crazy. Your's looks fantastic. I saw the photo in November's KIT CAR. I was thinking of using a Goldwing for the pow r. Have you seen the T-Rex from Canada? It uses a new Suzuki GSX drive train. It seats two side by side. Around $22K turnkey only. Anyway congrats for achieving your dream. The world needs more nuts like us. John

Brad - 09/22/00 17:54:31
My Email:fodfarts@cs.com
City: Springfield
State: Missouri
Age: 25
Occupation: Parts department manager for limo company

Comments:
I saw your Indycycle in Kit Car magazine and thought it was a very clean and elegant design. Have you thought about autocrossing it?

Bryan Mc Cabe - 09/17/00 00:31:13
My Email:bdmccabe@mccabe.freeserve.co.uk
City: scotland
State: coatbridge
Age: 28
Occupation: PCB Board m/c operator

Comments:
Amazing car. I am currently building a Hudson Kindred Spirit [Old Renault 5 Alpine/Gordini] based 3 wheeled kit car. But would like to find out more about the Indy Car. I will E-mail you about this at some point. or alternatively if you have any more info mation on how to go about building one myself,i would appreciate any advice on this subject. many thanks, Bryan.

frank - 09/03/00 03:30:29
My Email:levesque@worldpath.net
City: ctr harbor
State: NH
Age: 56
Occupation: machanic/bikes

Comments:
awesum machine building a tahoe-t using honda st 1100 v4 engine trans and rear is a debate one or two wheels thinking irs rear from a subarue or go with st1100 rear. well just wanted to let you know I think your three is looking good and i'll bet it goes good. later. frank

Troy McGrew - 08/26/00 23:59:30
My Email:temcgrew@hotmail.com
City: St. Louis
State: Missouri
Age: 30
Occupation: Learjet pilot

Comments:
I was blown away by the indycycle!! i have to have one, it would be a great vehicle to go to work in!! plus it would look great by a lear 35! if you ever make plans or develop a kit, i want to be the first on my block to have on!!my wife wants to know if any two seaters are in development. thanks troy

Al Williams - 08/26/00 05:32:14
My Email:Alan_Williams@cc.chiron.com
City: Hayward
State: Ca
Age: 56
Occupation: Computer Operator

Comments:
Very nice. I've been wanting to build a trike for over 20 years, but have never liked the 'std' VW trike configuration. 2 in front is much better. Do you have any figures for weight, dimensions, fuel mileage, etc.? Are you going to make plans or kits avai able, and if so, do you have a price structure yet? Thanks, Al

Durell D. Willoughby - 07/14/00 23:35:43
My Email:durellw@yahoo.com
City: Oklahoma City
State: OK
Age: 28
Occupation: Network Engineer

Comments:
You should commend yourself and your friends for a job well-done. I would love to possess a vehicle similar to yours. I am looking for a fully enclosed, daily driver and have yet to find one that is not a kit or is reasonably priced.

John Davis - 07/01/00 23:21:37
My Email:jdavis2705@hotmail.com
City: Windsor
State: Ontario Canada
Age: 36
Occupation: Robotics' Technician

Comments:
Cool trike I am working on a two seater similar. I two was interested in Robert Q Rileys Tri-Magnum. I have built your typical trike VW back and motorcycle front end, but was not happy. With so many interesting trikes out there now, I have started my new one now. Happy triking and have fun. Hope that you get a kit or something out soon John

ken rawlins - 06/28/00 19:33:57
My URL:http://paddlewheels.co.uk/
My Email:ken@paddlewheels.co.uk
City: coventry
State: england
Age: very
Occupation: engineer

Comments:
i love the IndyCycle. i am just about to build a kindered spirit it's a renault 5 based 3 wheel car 2+1 available here in the U.K.

mike crookshank - 06/17/00 03:54:56
My Email:mcrookshna@aol.com
City: poplar grove
State: IL
Age: 44
Occupation: supervisor auto assemble plant

Comments:
A JOB WELL DONE ON YOUR INDY CYCLE. WOULD LOVE TO SEE A SKIN OFF ON HOW YOU DID THE FRONT END.

Dave Norton - 06/07/00 20:30:08
My URL:http://www.maxmatic.com/shrike.htm
My Email:dnorton@flowserve.com
City: Temecula
State: CA
Age: 56
Occupation: Engineer

Comments:
Fine idea, and fine job on the IndyCycle!

David Rowell - 06/07/00 04:28:17
My Email:david.rowell@dier.tas.gov.au
City: Hobart
State: Tasmania, Australia
Age: 52
Occupation: Public Servant

Comments:
LOve it but prefer two seats a la T-Rex Cheers

Tom Miller - 06/07/00 03:25:18
My Email:tmiller518@aol.com
City: Bath
State: PA.
Age: 40
Occupation: self.

Comments:
Great page,Keep it going,Get that bike in production!!!The 3Wheelers that I have or had are Hudson Kindred Spirit,Pulse Car,Roadhawk,Harley TOMahawk,KZ1300 contraption. Have fun with it!!!!

Ron Garnes - 05/27/00 21:34:01
My Email:Rgarnes286@aol.com
City: Spokane
State: WA
Age: 47
Occupation: Aircraft mechanic

Comments:
Looks like a very sporty execution of a three-wheeler. Looks like a blast to drive. Well Done.

Brian Barnett - 05/22/00 11:32:18
My Email:barnet1b@mindspring.com
City: Orlando
State: Florida
Age: 35
Occupation: Systems Engineer

Comments:
Talked to you for a while at the Carlisle show just yesterday (the one with short hair and the goatie). As I was previously designing a recumbent trike very similar to your design but much prefer motorized vehicles. This concept very much interests me. I would like to talk to you some more and continue doing my research. I am still impressed with the job you did. Very well done. Brian Barnett Orlando, Florida

eric - 05/22/00 03:07:19
My Email:verywild@bellatlantic.net
City: newark
State: de
Age: 32
Occupation: auto restorer and costomizer

Comments:
just saw the indi cycle in person .very nice inspired me to stay home and wok on mine today now have plans on brining my prototype to the sept show

Mitchell Bolden - 05/04/00 06:01:03
My Email:mitch@ddaccess.com
City: Hampton
State: Va.
Age: 32
Occupation: Power plant operator

Comments:
You left me your bicycle one summer to do your paper route while you were out of town. Any chance you might leave that nice looking machine for me to drive this summer? Nice bike Jamie

Rick Kreusling - 04/25/00 01:59:52
My Email:peachygal@aol.com
City: Summerville
State: SC
Age: 48
Occupation: cptr mgr

Comments:
Nice car and ideas. Will build a more Morganish trike with frt eng and rear drive via shaft to rear and side by side seating

Rick kreusling - 04/25/00 01:57:04
My Email:peachygal86@aol.com
City: summerville
State: Sc
Age: 48
Occupation: cptr netwk mgr

Comments:
like your car and will build similar . Front engine and rear whl drive with shaft between and side by side seating phone 843-832-3308

Raymond "Buck" Buckland - 04/19/00 20:55:58
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Workshop/6650
My Email:buckland@valkyrie.net
City: Glenmont
State: Ohio
Age: 65
Occupation: Author

Comments:
Delighted to stumble across your page. My very first vehicle (back in England) was a 1934 BSA three-wheeler, closely followed by a 1924 Morgan. Today my toys include a HMV Freeway and one of only two extant Fiberfab Scarabs. Actually I'm going to sell the body and use the chassis and Kawasaki KZ1000 as the basis for a design very similar to your IndyCycle. I'm also in the process of building a tricar based on the Whiplash.

TERRY - 04/17/00 00:47:54
My Email:ALKHAMI@AOL.COM
City: OMAHA
State: NE
Age: 36

Comments:
THIS WOULD MAKE AN EXCELLENT KIT! DO IT!

Robert Pannulla - 04/12/00 17:21:11
My Email:pinkdrgn@ao.net
City: Orlando
State: Florida
Age: 60
Occupation: retired

Comments:
My love of trikes drew me to your site would like to know what your frontend is. I also have honda cbx motorcycle that I would to used as a donor bike.This bike is a six (6) cyl.

Framroz - 04/09/00 09:52:33
My Email:framroz@cyber.net.com
City: pakistan
State: karachi
Age: 10
Occupation: students

Comments:
Dear sir I saw your car photo,s on the Internet and want to make a car like your,s I have never made a go cart before and any help you can give me or drawings or Information will help me and my freinds thank you from Framroz

Framroz - 04/09/00 09:45:11
My Email:framroz@cyber.net.com
City: pakistan
State: karachi
Age: 10
Occupation: students

Comments:
Dear sir I saw your car photo,s on the Internet and want to make a car like your,s I have never made a go cart before and

Al Martin - 03/31/00 20:55:53
My Email:al.martin@bridge.com
City: Hamilton
State: NJ
Age: 53
Occupation: System Admin

Comments:
Interesting and innovative. Fine workmanship.

Crimsin Hill - 03/24/00 07:21:51
My Email:CRIMSINHIL@AOL.COM
City: PASADENA
State: CA
Age: 30
Occupation: ART TEACHER/DESIGNER

Comments:
Greetings my friend, its nice to find out theres company out on this island of creativity. Somtimes it seems so futile to constantly be working some crazy/brilliant idea or design just to wind up with another stack of papers, notes, work-books etc. but I ave them, everywhere.then all of a sudden you find someone who has "DONE,IT" and you dont feel like such an eccentric loon.My design is the same tri-wheel configuration as yours. Ive been developing this design for the past twenty years. I think its my turn, and someday we should all meet and see the "brothers of creation" that we never knew we had.It will be a great day, a fine day , a day to remember always ,untill than my friend, keep chasing your dreams and tackleing your goals. Your Brother in Creation, Crimsin Hill

dean baker - 03/23/00 23:08:21
My Email:deanb@lightspeed.net
City: bakersfield
State: california
Age: 63
Occupation: retired designer

Comments:
Good work. A year ago I started one an old 750 Honda Automatic pushing a VW axle. It is taking slow shape. I had no idea of the number of others interested in these things. This one is wide enough for two but is so far an open single seater like an old ro dster. I am getting in a hurry.

Brian Johnson - 03/20/00 20:01:26
My Email:BrianJ@isco.com
City: Lincoln
State: Ne
Age: 29
Occupation: Machinist/programmer

Comments:
I found your IndyCycle very interseting. I'm wondering if you have any more detailed info on your design that could help me build one myself. I love motorcycles but would like to try something different. Was your suspension hand made or bought out of a catalog? If you built it all over again would you do anything different? My thoughts where for a larger cc motorcycle donor what is your opinion? What was the wheel base of the IndyCycle. Above all thanks for some direction in my possible project and ou've done a great job in incorperating a fun and inexpensive mode of transportation. I bet runs as good as looks!

Jim Youngs - 03/15/00 17:10:24
My Email:youngsj@emapUSA.com
City: Englewood
State: Colorado
Occupation: magazine editor

Comments:
Thanx for the email. I obviously visited your site and am impressed. Your project looks cool. There are apparently legions of trike folks out there so I'll try to figure out a way of using your IndyCycle in Kit Car magazine.

Arvil SHEP Shepherd - 03/07/00 14:55:24
My URL:http://www.astroatlas.com/artbyshep/Welcome.htm
My Email:shep@bcinet.net
City: Oak Island
State: NC
Age: Soon to be 65
Occupation: Artist/Designer/Builder/etc

Comments:
A GREAT looking site and Super job on the three wheeler,(maybe you should clone the trike) There seems to be a great interest out there and everyone simply cant build one from scratch, due to lack of time,money, ability etc. SHEP'

Richard - 02/26/00 07:01:00
My Email:rmor2@hotmail.com
City: Vale
State: NC
Age: 35
Occupation: Electrician

Comments:
Great site and I love the bike,er, I mean car, I mean, well, you know. I'm contemplating a Tri-Magnum and found your site in the process. Really bitchin' One thing though. How 'bout some performance figures!!!

Louis Koiner - 02/12/00 19:47:36
My Email:koiner@netzero.net
City: Pflugerville
State: Tex
Age: 41
Occupation: ups driver

Comments:
Your indycycle is awesome looking I had thought that concept would look really good together and I am looking for a formula ford thats been "back" into a barrier, nice look and work congrates, are you planning to offer plans? good luck Louis

Larry Hornsby - 02/06/00 08:41:08
My Email:Ufixitman@aol.com
City: Noble
State: OK
Age: 50
Occupation: Electronics Tech

Comments:
Great idea. I would consider building one for myself

arthur hill, III - 02/02/00 14:17:23
My Email:mailto:hiil@kennedy%20krieger.org
City: baltimore
State: maryland
Age: I ain't telling
Occupation: principal

Comments:
Jamieson. I loved seeing you creation on the world wide web. You are a magnificent inventor. Keep up the great work and continue to share with others. I am very proud to have you as part of Kennedy Krieger teaching staff. What's your next project? Arthur br>


Denning - 02/01/00 14:43:21
My Email:denning@kennedykrieger.org
City: Baltimore
State: MD
Age: 48
Occupation: Principal

Comments:
great web page!

Jeff Bequette - 01/21/00 05:20:07
My Email:jabequette@uswest.net
City: Omaha
State: NE
Age: 38
Occupation: Railroad Dispatcher

Comments:
Great looker! any production plans or any mods for an all weather model?

ray yount - 01/20/00 18:13:15
My Email:martie@nidlink.com
City: kellogg
State: id
Age: 62
Occupation: retired

Comments:
nice site. a slanted back front grill (30's style) and a light relocation plus different windscreen would be a nice blend of old and new. selling plans for this vehicle might make you a couple of coins.

Chris Vetters - 01/19/00 03:55:58
My URL:http://tscnet.com/~adesso/welcome.htm
My Email:merc_comet63@hotmail.com
City: Baltimore
State: MD
Age: 36
Occupation: Graphic designer, custom & race car fabricator

Comments:
The IndyCycle is very nice! I saw it this past weekend at teh World of Wheels. Very good work. About 10 years ago, I was rebuilding a Swift Formula Ford (loks very similar to the front half of your rig) in my shop, along side a custom GS 1100E bike... So drew up a combination of the two, very similar to yours. Unfortuantely, never had the time to really build it. It's good to see the idea "in the flesh"! I still want one (or a small fleet!). Seeing yours only re-inforced that. Take care, and enjoy that rig! Chris

SFC Newby - 01/17/00 21:32:31
My Email:newby7@juno.com
City: Gwynn Oak
State: Maryland
Age: 34
Occupation: U. S. Army

Comments:
Great job sir, I had been in the process of rebuilding my computer system. That's why it took so long to check out the web page. I will be in touch with you via field artillery!!

ZAK ZAKARIA - 01/08/00 16:04:39
My Email:HELIZAK@HOTMAIL.COM
City: SARASOTA
State: FL
Age: 32
Occupation: MACHINIST

Comments:
GREAT JOB!!! IVE LOVED THREE WHEEL VEHICLES FOR YEARS ESPECIALLY THE TRI-MAGNUM STYLE.YOU HAVE GONE ONE STEP ABOVE AND REALLY BUILT A WINNER.IVE BUILT ONE "GO CART" USEING THIS WHEEL CONFIGURATION AND IT HANDLES GREAT.IT HAS A KZ550 MOTORCYCLE ENGINE DRIVING A FAT ATV WHEEL IN THE REAR AND A REGULAR GO CART FRONT END.I'M NOW DOING ONE WITH A VF750 ENGINE AND A CUSTOM FRAME OF MY OWN DESIGN.THIS ONE WILL USE THE REAR OF THE BIKE AND ITS SUSPENSION.NO PLANS FOR A BODY ON EITHER ONE THOUGH.WISH ME LUCK.THEY ARE FAST AS HE L!

Michael - 12/31/99 00:47:57
My Email:parkerma@earthlink.net
City: Sherman
State: TX
Age: 41
Occupation: FIELD SRVICE REP.

Comments:
Hey, I saw your page a few months ago, the Indy looks great!! How about some performance figures? Any plans to duplicate it....maybe a kit?

Kim Simmons - 12/30/99 18:20:41
My Email:kimsimmons@Juno.com
City: Littleton
State: Colorado
Age: 47
Occupation: Financial Advisor

Comments:
Sharp looking design. I have plans for a Tri-Magnum. I'm shopping around for a parts bike and possible customization ideas.

Kevin Giffhorn - 10/15/99 03:43:09
My Email:giffhorn@erols.com
State: MD

Comments:
Jamison, The car looks great! I was surfing around (trying to find a METRO stop) and thought I'd see if you finished her yet. Looks nice! See you at Ft. Dix in October Kevin Giffhorn

Mike Chandler - 10/11/99 19:18:38
My Email:accuproto@hotmail.com
City: Mtn Grove
State: MO
Age: 44
Occupation: Sheet Metal Fab/Design

Comments:
I am very interested in your front end assembly. Could you direct me to some more information on how to buid one? Thanks. Thats a great lookin three wheeler you've got there. Mike Chandler

Maurice Bourne - 10/05/99 05:15:48
My URL:http://aerobourne.com/
My Email:mwbourne@aerobourne.com
City: Marquez
State: Texas
Age: too damn old
Occupation: fiberglass molding

Comments:
I really liked yout Indy trike. You can see my trike on my web site.

Dave Norton - 09/19/99 04:25:46
My Email:nort@pe.net
City: Temecula
State: CA
Age: 55
Occupation: Engr

Comments:
Very nice concept. I've been watching it with interest. What front suspension uprights did you use? I'm looking for something fresher than the '66 Triumph Spitfire hardware I'm using on the Shrike. Keep up the fine effort!

wayne McGinnis - 09/13/99 02:36:23
My Email:waynemcginnis@ne.komori.cojp
City: West Palm Beach
State: FL
Age: 52
Occupation: Sales

Comments:
Very Interesting!

John Turbeville - 09/07/99 20:54:34
My URL:http://www.analyst-toolbox.com/
My Email:turbe@analyst-toolbox.com
City: Houston
State: Texas
Age: 53
Occupation: Engineer

Comments:
I really like your bike. It remindes me of an ardvark which is cool! My father and I build a car that looked like the GM firebird 1. You are welcome to click on my site above. The link is at the bottom of the first page. Good luck and stay safe. Sinc rely, John

fat freddy - 08/25/99 13:18:47
My URL:http://heavy.freeservers.com/trike.html
My Email:freddy@heavy.freeservers.com
City: Green Cove Springs
State: Florida
Age: 43
Occupation: retired

Comments:
nice!

Taylor Lambert - 08/22/99 19:51:40
My Email:tractornut@hotmail.com
City: Iuka
State: Mississippi
Age: 19
Occupation: welder machinist heavy equipment operator

Comments:
I realy liked your site, and amt thinking of building my own trike in my new shop. I am now in a 19'x21' shop with 8 foot ceilings. but am almost done my 40'x50' metal buiding. I took 4 years of metal shop in highschool and am in my 2nd year of machine hop college. I have a oxyactelene torch, a sheet metal brake that I built, chopsaw, power hacksaw, ac/dc stick welder Logan Metallathe, drill press and some grinders, and air compressors. Trying to get away from using a VW engine,I am going to build a t ansmission attachment to use a narrowed down Ford Ranger rear end. I am also considering buiding one like yours. Well I gotta go and finish putting a hitch on my trailer. Taylor Lambert.

Dave - 08/10/99 16:58:26
City: Suwanee
State: Ga
Occupation: Engr

Comments:
Nice, real nice.

Don Poremski - 08/05/99 01:17:54
My Email:strutguy@yahoo.com
City: Hartville
State: OH
Age: 56
Occupation: Sls. & Mktg.

Comments:
Am embarking on a 3-wheel project with a ZX-11 as the donor bike. Like the unequal arm setup for the front suspension and need to learn more about fabricating one. Any suggestions on books, sites, persons?

Randy Williams - 08/04/99 03:53:51
My Email:ECTA845@aol.com
State: TN
Age: 42

Comments:
I want to thank you for sending me your latest pic.All I can say is COOL.Looking nice keep up the great work. Randy

Michael Parker - 08/02/99 17:56:27
My URL:http://www.jmartin.net/parker
My Email:parkerma@earthlink
City: Sherman
State: Texas
Age: 41
Occupation: Electronic Tech

Comments:
Awesome job on the IndyCycle!! I've been wanting something like this for awhile. I too love Indy cars, going fast, and not falling off of something. Thanks for the effort to put all your work on the web!! It's great! Michael

Gary Yateman - 07/26/99 17:36:59
My Email:venture83@hotmail.com
City: Kirkland Lake
State: Ontario, Canada
Age: 49
Occupation: Senior Administrator

Comments:
I have always loved the concept of what I refer to as a 2X1 trike ever since I read the Tri-Magnum articles in Mechanic's Illustrated years ago. Like where you are going with your design.....more open and far less body work. Excellent work. You have gi en me food for thought!

John Waters - 07/21/99 13:52:00
State: Baltimore, MD
Age: 45
Occupation: Movie Produce

Comments:
I would like to use your IndyCycle in my next upcoming movie. The movie will include all different types of off and on road cars. IF your are interested please contact me. My number is listed. Yours truly Johnny.

Rich Kreger - 07/14/99 21:15:40
My Email:richkreger@eudoramail.com
City: Riverbank
State: Calif.
Age: 44
Occupation: Can Line Mechanic

Comments:
Nice pics, nice ride! I've always wanted to build a one of a kind trike. Maybe someday. Let me know where I can get more info on your suspension setup and drivetrain. Thanks

Daniel Olma - 06/23/99 06:28:44
My Email:MuttPaw@hotmail.com
City: Phoenix
State: AZ
Age: 21
Occupation: Optical Lab Tech.

Comments:
I love the idea and concept. I have wanted a vehicle like that since I was young. I too plan on creating a "trike" like yours in my future. I will keep it simple and use a VW front end and a cheap bike for a power plant and rear end on the first try. ( I igure practice will make perfect ) Then ( money and time permitting ) I will do like you and go with the double a arm front end. ( Or maybe a ford front end like they use in the cobra kit cars ) I have one question. How much has all this cost? I'm sure it is worth it, I just want to see if in the future is I will be abile to send my kids to college or not. J/K I would like to see everyone be able to afford a new car ( that they can repair on their own ) in the future. I like VW's, I can afford them and take good care of mine. But it is over 40 years old. The kids of the next generation need cheap cars. Good car . I think three wheel cars ( like yours ) is the way to go. ( They also make easy conversions to electric ) Any thoughts of mass production? Ok two more questions. Is there any storage room in your design? A place to put luggage, spare tires, etc...? And also what problems did you have? Not only on the car you are working on but your earlier car? Anything you would do different? Ok I'll let you go! I'll keep checking back, and keep us updated on your progress!!! Love the pics! Dan

Rob Gold - 06/20/99 14:48:12
My Email:rgvivace
City: Shreveport
State: LA
Age: 44
Occupation: Arts Administrator

Comments:
Nice work and a fine web page! I've long been fascinated with a "modern Morgan" trike utilizing a powerful, high-revving bike motor. Your design is the closest I've yet seen to my vision. I'm interviewing for a job at the University of Maryland in College Park. If I make the move I'll definitely look you up!

05/14/99 21:34:36
Name: Leland Weed My URL: Visit Me
My Email: Email Me City: Greene
State: NY

Comments:
I was inspired by the Tri Magnum also (1983?). I have always wanted to build one. My friend here at work is designing/building a tilting trike, similar to the Mercedes.


05/14/99 20:29:53
Name: Scruffdawg My URL: Visit Me
My Email: Email Me City: Arlington
State: VA

Comments:
huh.. grrrrrwoooofff! I won't piddle on yer wheels, dude. That is one righteous ryde.


Jammer - 05/11/99 16:04:23
My Email:Balmer/MD
Age: 23
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: Tough, man.

Comments:
radical.. pretty cool design.. but your guestbook is set up wrong.. simple page design, too..

RICKY - 05/11/99 12:50:14
My URL:http://www.indycycle.net/IMJEDI13@AOL.COM
My Email:MD
Age: 13
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: : )

Comments:


Jacob - 05/06/99 18:02:56
My URL:http://www.cjcool@hotmail.com/
My Email:Baltimore MD
Age: thirten
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: nice mr.Durette

Comments:
why dident you put my name in it?

your favorite student - 05/03/99 16:51:49
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Cyprus/1027
My Email:md
Age: 14
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: i dont know

Comments:
i am perfect and always will be.

robert osmond - 04/28/99 11:16:55
My URL:http://www.indycycle.net/osmondrob@hotmail.com
My Email:St. John's, Nfld. Canada
Age: 41
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: great!

Comments:
Ive been thinking of, and sketching similar concepts myself ever since I saw the original Trimagnum articles appear in PM back in the seventies. I tracked you down through Max's Three wheeler page. Your configuration has always been of interest to me. ie: rear drive/two wheels front/rear drivetrain. Ive always felt that it should be developed for racing! Similar to CART or Formula 1. Have you ever tested this rig on a high speed oval. Now that sounds like fun! In recent years I have been sketching somethin more traditional like the Morgan Runabout. Gettin old I guess. :> However, using newer technology like the front wheel drivtrain from a reliable high milage setup like the Geo Metro. Something to cruise the highways in future years. Anyway, keep up the g od work. Im always watching.

brother mitch - 04/27/99 10:57:50
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: outstanding

Comments:
an excellent webpage on a great project. looking foreward to seeing you and the IndyCycle featured in national magazines soon. build your own dream.

Ken Schwinghammer - 04/24/99 00:21:08
My URL:http://%20%20logajeff@espressocom.com/
My Email:SARTELL Mn
Age: 57
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: Nice

Comments:
I am building a Morgan type three wheeler my self . Using Guzzi Convert eng

Bill Gillis - 04/19/99 21:30:30
My URL:http://members.aol.com/nokaj
My Email:Reno, Nevada
Age: Getting older...
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: Great project!

Comments:
Jamieson - web site update looks great. Hope to have new pics on mine soon as well (still working on some MPEGS of the TM launching had off the line!)...I'll drop you a line when they are pos

Joe Colonna - 04/19/99 02:14:35
My URL:http://www.indycycle.net/vickie.colonna@wcom.com
My Email:Herndon, VA
Age: 29
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: Look'n good

Comments:
I hope my trike turns out as nice as yours.

Joe Colonna - 04/19/99 02:13:28
My URL:http://www.indycycle.net/vickie.colonna@wcom.com
My Email:Herndon, VA
Age: 29
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: Look'n good

Comments:

- 04/12/99 17:40:18

Comments:

Kip Harley (no relation) - 04/11/99 22:38:44
My URL:http://www.anglefire.com/me/KipsTrikes/index.html
My Email:Sandford,Maine
Age: 45
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: 2/in fronts the way to go!

Comments:
Hi.Jamieson.I'm glad I can finally contact you.I have been trying to for some time now!A few of us have the right idea, we just have to convince the rest of the world.I have been building three wheeled vehicles for 27 years the first ones were 2/in back then I had a revalation or something and built my first 2/in front what I called the Moon- -Raker and with that I will never build another three-wheeler 2/in back.The Red three-wheeler I built was originaly going to be like your IndyCycle resembling an indy car but I wanted it to seat two with the passenger sitting behind the driver but that would of made it to long for my taste so I came up with the side by side configuration check it out and keep up the good work!!

Hearthn'Holly Inn - 04/11/99 16:16:13
My Email:PennLaird

Comments:

Jamieson - 04/06/99 20:21:31
My URL:http://DuRette@kennedykrieger.org/
My Email:Baltimore/MD
Age: 32-ish
What do you think of the IndyCycle?: Way cool.. wish it were done so I could see it on the road..

Comments:
Okay, so that's a neat idea.. when is it going to be done, and will you show it up at Carlisle, PA when it is?

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