Inventor hopes eTrike will succeed where uncle’s Sinclair failed

April 3, 2017 By Jim Drury CHEPSTOW, WALES (Reuters) – More than 30 years after his uncle spectacularly failed to get Britain moving in battery-powered tricycles, inventor Grant Sinclair is optimistic his updated version of the C5 will be a well ridden success. Gone is the low seat, poor protection and white bath-like design that Clive Sinclair, who made his name as a famed innovator in the computer sector, was ridiculed for when he launched it in 1985 as the future of transport. In its place is a three-wheeled Iris…

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