There has been much written about tricycles by visitors to the Philippines and very little of it is good. Sadly the mentality in the Philippines seems to be everything with 3 wheels is regarded as a tricycle, even though under Philippines law a tricycle is a motorcycle with sidecar. There is a comradeship forming amongst owners of the Bajaj RE in the Philippines and groups have sprung up on Facebook. Tricycles do not give you any comfort at all, if you are over 5 feet tall you will bang your head on the roof in many of them, the suspension often made out of rebar does little to cushion the ride. The Bajaj RE has an easy entry for passengers you do not have to crouch right down like you do to get in a tricycle, so even old people can get in with no problem. I am a big bloke weighing 90kg and I can sit in the back for hours with no discomfort. The love these private owners have for the Bajaj RE in the Philippines is very quickly turning it into a cult following with clubs starting to be formed in a way it was for Scooter riders in the UK back in the s. The Bajaj RE is such a versatile machine and so well built it is suitable for all them things. The Brakes on the Bajaj RE are hydraulic and foot-operated the same as a car and applies braking to all 3 wheels at the same time this along with the symmetrical design of the Bajaj RE means braking is even and does not pull to one side.
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