3 New GreenSpeed Trikes Are Here
The Magnum BW (Big Wheel) has a 26” rear wheel which improves the look of the Magnum, and keeps the rear derailleur and chain higher for off road use. It has been available since June. The best news is that the price is only $3,490 USD. The 1st initial Magnum BW shipment has now landed, so if you are interested, please order online or call our store for more details.
New Greenspeed 2018 Lineup
Laid Back Cycles brings a 2018 lineup of Greenspeed trikes. These are tadpole trikes, which means two wheels at the front, while one at the back. We call them the Godfather of the modern day trikes. Ian Sims built his first recumbent trike in the year 1990 from metal scraps, which later took the shape of recumbent trike. The entire riders’ market took it with huge enthusiasm and it became a symbol of innovation, design, comfort and functionality.
Greenspeed Hand Cycle 2018
Greenspeed Hand cycle is really cool because it is one of the few hand cycles that steers in a tadpole style. It makes it easy to turn this trike in a small radius. Another advantage with this hand cycles comes in its handy folding and wheel popup design.
The seat, hand bars and leg guards are easily adjustable for a comfortable ride. Its seat comes off easily to enable a better folding option. It is easily portable with most of the trike carriers available in the market.
A new recumbent from Terratrike, named as Gran Tourismo is available for trike riders at our LBC recumbent store in Sacramento. Gran Tourismo is designed with an alluring sophistication to deliver mind blowing performance as an ultimate touring machine.
Gran Tourismo is designed by incorporating the result of last 20 years Terratrike innovation and customers feedback over its original Tour trike. It is expected to be the most comfortable Terratrike launched till date to offer best handling on road experience.
Sacramento-Area Bike Shops Peddle Recumbent Tricycles to Aging Pedalers
Tricycles are for tots, right? Fair Oaks businessman Mickey O’Brien is betting that’s not the case. If you’re a baby boomer with health issues, O’Brien predicts that your three-wheeling days may soon return.
O’Brien opened Laid Back Cycles in Fair Oaks, Sacramento a year and a half ago to catch a ride on what he sees as an upcoming trend: more boomers buying recumbent tricycles when their backs, shoulders or wrists can no longer handle the stress or balancing requirements of upright road bikes.