Reading the blogs and making posts to various groups I learned that the clearance on the gt3 is not really a problem except on 4wd tracks. It also won’t go places a mountain bike would go. I also learned that it was not a problem with any type of speed hump except one. That explanation came from a person in the USA. I had an idea as to which one was meant, but little did I realise how bad they are. With all the speed humps I have come accross, there are no troubles. The trike handles them in much the same was as the bike and as I am not normally going really fast, I do not need to slow down for them. However, this one type of speed hump (Pictured) is evil. There is one in the car park behind my house. Last night I went over it. This morning the steering was not working properly. I had bent one of the metal plates in the steering and the rods were rubbing. It was not unrideable and I still rode about 10 km today. However, when I got it home I went into repair man mode. I quickly was able to work out the problem and the cause of the problem. I removed the seat, which was a bit difficult as the bolt had been tightened too much and was able, with my small hammer to bend the piece back into shape. I will now have a policy of getting off the trike and walking over this type of speed hump. At the Addison Road Markets there are humps of a simialr type, but made of concrete and they presented no problems.