Greenspeed Magnum

The Greenspeed Magnum is a trike for the big boys and girls out there.  It came about due to a visit to the Bicycleman and some other shops by Ian Simms, owner of Greespeed.  He told us that his sales were down even though when he asked shop people which trike handled the best his Read More…

Hase Kettwiesel Recumbent Trike

Hase introduced a new KettWiesel in the spring of 2007. The new KettWiesel AL has a lighter aluminum frame and lighter is always nice. The KettWiesel’s road holding, maneuverability, and stability remain unchanged. Read More…

Ice Sprint Recumbent Trike

The Ice Sprint was the answer for riders who wanted to go a little faster but not be as reclined as the Vortex. The Sprint is available with 20 or 26 inch rear wheels and can be rigid, suspension on the rear wheel or suspension on all three wheels. 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…

Ice Vortex Recumbent Trike

The Vortex from ICE Recumbents is designed to be their high speed recumbent trike. It offers a reclined seating position and high end components to make sure that it is light and as fast as possible. Read More…

Sun EZ-3 and EZ Tri Classic Recumbent Trike

The EZ Tri Classic is very comfortable with a large cushy seat. It is a good trike for someone who needs exercise and local transportation but doesn’t think they have the strength or coordination to ride a two-wheeled traditional bike or recumbent. It is slow and heavy but stable at lower speeds. Read More…

Sun EZ-3 AX Recumbent Trike

The EZ-3 AX is a modified EZ-3 with an aluminum frame and better components. With a similarly large cushy seat, it is just as comfy as the EZ-3 SX. It is a good trike for someone who needs exercise and local transportation but wants to go more than a few miles from home. Read More…

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