Monday, July 1, 2013

Santa Regina's mysteries

Santa Regina is a small town of 533 people in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Local utility services (electricity, internet, bottled drinking water) are provided by a co-op. This article describes their new facility for bottling water and claims that the bottles are delivered in a 350cc Royal Enfield trike. Which raises the question: is it a trike from the 1960's that is still running? Is Royal Enfield producing trikes for export today (I doubt this). Is it a local conversion from a bike?

1 comment:

  1. It might be locally-converted from a motorcycle. It's currently not unusual in neighboring countries such as Uruguay and Brazil to convert motorcycles into cargo tricycles, there is a handful of them in my neighborhood by the way...



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