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Post by PRacks68 »

I was riding a Boom Mustang until 2021, but I had to sell it to cover some financial expenses we had. I'm now on the lookout for a bike derived trike.
I'm riding on a full car licence under granddad rules but I'm looking at riding in Europe. The information I've tried to find on this subject says that able-bodied trike riders must have a full bike licence. I'm registered disabled and I can't find any information concerning disabled trike riders in Europe.
Is there anyone who can help me?
Thanks in advance & Ride safe 🏍🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
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Welcome to the hospital for sick trikers.
The nurse will see you to a empty padded cell as soon as we wash down the walls. She'll bring the meds later but keep away from the green pills, and don't drool out of the windows as it upsets the locals..

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Welcome Aboard
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Post by lepchaun »

Welcome my understanding of the rules is ifu passed your test before 2013 your ok but don't hold me to that
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Post by ratwing »

Hi and welcome - have you tried the NABD or FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme)?
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