From a Lightning Voyager rider in Scotland:
“No photos of me, but here is my P-38 standing next to the 4,500-year-old recumbent stone circle that overlooks my house.
“I want to add how enjoyable the bike has been — it still puts a surprise grin on my face when I hit a patch of smooth tarmac. I’m still overtaking my chums both up and down most hills, and it’s only when it gets really steep that they can get their revenge.”
“#65 out of 131 in a recent Regent-of-the-Mountain climb that included slopes of 20%. With some inexpert manipulation of statistics, is that not proof (sic) that the P-38 is a better climber than most diamond frames?”
For a forum for questions and sharing ideas about Lightning bikes, visit Joel Dickman’s LightningRiders.com.