BikeE AT Recumbent Bike

The BikeE AT rear suspension recumbent design did not change from its inception to the companies’ demise. The AT was a BikeE with even more comfort due to its air-adjustable rear shock. On rough roads the rear shock’s 3″ of wheel travel was plenty. Properly set up you can even ride an AT down a curb without rattling your teeth. Read More…

Bacchetta Strada Recumbent Bike

The Strada is Bacchetta’s steel bike for the performance minded. It is designed to be fast but versatile. The stock dual 26″ (559) wheels come with 1″ 100 psi tires and allow a wide range of others. Though built for speed it has clearance for fenders or wider tires for touring. Read More…

Bacchetta Aero TI Recumbent Bike

The AERO is Bacchetta’s single minded performance bike built for speed. It is not for touring, it is not really for commuting, it is designed for speed. This bike features a cleaner aerodynamic design, a titanium frame and a carbon fiber seat. They weight about 22 pounds. Read More…

Ice Trice Q and QNT Recumbent Trikes

The Trice Q and QNT has been replaced with the ICE Sprint. Trice Q is a great all round trike from a world-leading manufacturer at a very affordable price! Now with rear suspension and folding as standard. Also available in a narrow track (NT) version called the QNT. Read More…

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…