Jess_Kess wrote:The TerraTrike rims (stock on the Sport and Sport Elite) will not support a Durano tire. You do have the option of upgrading to Velocity rims. Also, the Sport Pro comes stock with Velocity rims.
If you are concerned with being able to keep up with other bikes, I would suggest either a trike with a 26"rear wheel or a High Speed Drive. The 26"rear wheel is available on the TerraTrike Cruiser, Tour and Zoomers. This add-on accessory will be available this year. If you're stuck on the Sport, you can get the trike sooner and order the retrofit 26"rear wheel kit when they are in stock.
Jess_Kess wrote:If you have both you will have the opportunity to go faster because you will have some crazy high gears! No, I don't think you would need both - but that's just one opinion. Adding a 26" rear wheel will also cut out some of the lower, climbing gears. The choice is yours.
The wide range option is actually not necessary for the Sport Pro - it already has the wide-range package in it's stock gearing.
The TerraTrike Sport platform is great for fast riding. The aluminum frame is solid and will feel like so as you're racing around the back country!
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