The weather here has finally broke and so did my chain. Temps heading into the low 50's and pure sunshine. I decided to take things slow but thought this would be a good 50 miler day. 11 miles into the ride on a climb, something pops and I'm spinning aimlessly. I get off my trike, look down, and there it is behind me on the ground. My chain. OH SHIT comes the famous call. I am out in rural NJ and my wife is out and probably doesn't have her phone on. Fortunately I had a inexpensive small chain tool with me. Not something I always carry but will from now on. Too say the least it was quite challenging and took me 1.5 hrs. I have changed my chains on many occasions, but not in the field. Much easier on a stand in a controlled environment. The biggest challenge is threading the chain properly through the chain tubes I finally manged to get everything together only to find the tubes were crossed. No big deal as I was able to pedal, just with caution. I made it home slowly with no other hazards. Putting the trike on the stand and using the Sram quick links I was able to untwist the tubes and all works fine. The grease on my hands make take another month to scrub off.