MODELS TO ACCOMMODATE ANY RIDING STYLE AND BUDGET!
More and more people each year are discovering how Triking is a fun, easy, emission-free way to keep fit. TerraTrikes offer a great view of the scenery and an immediate relief from the aches and pains of traditional bicycles.
They are great at replacing your car on short trips while laughing at gas prices. They are well respected in traffic due to their curious shape, and they are easy to transport on traditional bike racks or on a TerraTrike specific hitch rack. TerraTrikes have a comfort level and a cool factor that cannot be denied. Treat yourself to a test ride today, and be part of the solution.
I don't know if I have the newer or the older tie rod design. I bought my traveler last fall, it has the quick release pins that hold the tie rod in, but the videos showing how to fold the trike have a different tie rod. Mine is hard to remove.
I folded mine as I'm looking for a bag to fit it into. It's definitely close to 42" long. And to conserve space, I took off the front wheels. So now it's 21" high and 20"wide. I'm ordering a CCM hockey goalie bag with wheels that it should fit in.
THE Orange County ! California. I have some very steep and long hills very close by. Not flat around here. I think I'm now looking at the x24, after hearing of negatives with the N380. The Haluzak was great, but can't keep going up those hills …
My local dealer questioned why TT is doing that also. Considering the cost to TT for the n380 is less than $200. If it takes the place of the x24, why is it so much more ? My dealer could build it cheaper and put it on a base traveler. Come on TT, …