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.
When will the Delivery of Catrike Dumont Start?
Catrike Dumont is the much awaited upcoming new recumbent trike model designed with full suspension. You can call it a design perfection, manufacture perfection, technology perfection or even an artistic perfection.
Catrike Dumont Release Date
Dumont is still under production and we are expecting its shipping to start on October 1. 2016. Catrike Dumont is still a concept under process, as conceived by trike riders, who are eagerly waiting to ride it on the streets.
TerraTrike describes the Rambler as the “love child” of the Rover and the Cruiser. Since I’ve been fortunate enough to ride all three, I have to agree. I am brand new to recumbent triking, and I was fortunate enough to be able to ride a loaner Rover while I was waiting (and waiting and waiting) for the release of the Rambler. I took a few days to compare the two of them, and the following is my assessment of the two trikes.
While the Rambler definitely looks like a deluxe model of the Rover with its crossbow design, high seat, and horizontal handlebars, the Cruiser DNA isn’t readily apparent … that is, until you get it on the road.
I have not seen a more eagerly anticipated anticipated trike – posters on our forum greeted the announcement of its impending release with cheers, and each subsequent delay with jeers. Finally, it is released. Some early adopters have already received the trike, but many more are pestering dealers with questions about details, how it differs from existing TT models, and how long before there are more in stock for test rides and possible purchase. I was lucky enough to get my hands on one for a review. Well, make that two! And my conclusions? Was it worth the wait? Should you consider the Rambler? The answer is: Yes! And No! Turn the page for more.
TerraTrikes entry-level Rover has been an unmitigated success. It’s sold in huge numbers and has brought a lot of new riders into the recumbent trike segment. It’s also proven to be a very adaptable design that has spawned several rather major modifications. The most major of these is TerraTrike’s $899 tandem attachement. I got a chance to try one of these out with my son recently. We didn’t ride it long enough for a full on review, but I thought I’d share what we learned here.
In celebration of TerraTrike’s 15th anniversary, they have promised to release 15 new products this year. Their latest offering is the brand new Rambler recumbent trike.
With its sleek styling, higher seat, round tubing and adjustable seat, the Rambler is the love-child of their popular Rover and Cruiser models, taking the best of both and creating an exciting new trike.
The Rover has been the target of a very aggressive and unique marketing campaign for the last month. TerraTrike’s numerous teaser pics and videos tossed around words like “Revolutionary” and “Game Changing”. Top TerraTrike dealers and at least one media member were even flown out to the company’s Grand Rapids, Michigan headquarters for a sneak peak of the new trike. Guesses on our message board ranged from a full suspension titanium tadpole to a cheap sub $500 delta. The actual trike is somewhere in between but definitely the lower end guesses were closer to the truth. Does the Rover live up to the hype? Read on to find out.