Trice Recumbent Trikes

Trice has been around for a long time and is one of the best known trike makers. Their Ice trikes all have a comfy combination of rear suspension and adjustable seat recline, a nice combination. Read More…

Catrike Villager 2012 and prior Recumbent Trike

The Pre 2012 villager has been replaced. “Villager” is a good name for this affordable, versatile Catrike. Urban/suburban riders will find its higher seat, upright seat back and tall ground clearance handy in traffic. The Villager’s 12.5” seat height makes it one of the highest tadpole trikes on the market, right up there with the Ice “Adventure” and ideal for riders looking for a casual fitness or adaptive trike. Read More…

Sun EZ-3 SX and CX Tadpole Recumbent Trike

The Sun EZ-3 Tadpole SX recumbent trike is among the least expensive; most rugged and least stable tadpole trikes we know of. They are also among the heaviest and slowest tadpoles made and one of the most adjustable, fitting riders up to 300 lb with an X-Seam range of 36-46”. Read More…

Sun EZ-1 Lite Recumbent Bike

The EZ-Lite is an aluminum EZ-1 available in subdued metallic blue or silver. It is lighter yet still economical. The aluminum frame, seat clamp, and handlebar bring the weight down to 33-lb a savings of 9 lb over the EZ-1! Read More…

Greenspeed GTO Recumbent Trike

The GTO was Greenspeed’s best selling model till the less expensive GT-3 and GT-5 came out. The GTO is a versatile full-size trike with 3 20” (406) wheels. With its S&S couplings, it can be disassembled and packed into two suitcases. Designed to be taken on an airline as baggage it does not fit in a car trunk as quick and easily as the GT-3. Read More…

Catrike Speed Recumbent Trike

The Catrike Speed began as the high-performance trike in the growing Catrike line-up. Things went along just fine till the 700 came out and set a new standard for moderate price and immoderate speed. This left the Speed with somewhat of an identity crisis, who was it for? Read More…

Bicycle Man Moving Day!

The Bicycle Man moved from its long time location on Main street in Alfred Station, down the road to its new bigger location in the spring of 2010.  As you can see from the videos below, it was time to make the move and allow us to keep growing!  To learn more about the Bicycle Read More…

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