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.
Jerseyhawg, doesn't your trike fit in those two vans? I had considered a hybrid Pacifica but will scratch it off the list if my trike doesn't fit.
My issue with a trike outside of the vehicle is how to lock it securely. My Alpaca carrier breaks…
I have been looking at conversion vans. All I want is a bed, a bathroom, and a small kitchenette. The trike needs to fit inside, also. Problem is those run about $80K and up. I don't think that will fit in my fixed budget!
You could also go to Walmart and get three small kitchen mats. They are designed to put in the bottom of your sink so it doesn't get scratched when you do dishes. They would also keep the wheels in place.
I was watching the Olympics this morning and they showed how Koreans used to ski on wooden skis. The woodworker used fire to bend the front end of the skis. Do you think that would work for your fenders also?
If you are headed down near Miami, there is a group called the South Florida Recumbent Riders on Facebook. I never was able to meet up with them and they like to go 20-30 miles which was out of my range. But, they ride almost every day. There is …
Southpaw, it is hard to get a trike in the back of an SUV. If you put it in forward, it's hard to balance. Backwards, the pedals hit the ground while you are lifting it. Ramps would be your best option. A few years go I saw some thin ones made t…
So, I see you guys have been online today rather than outside. It's a beautiful,sunny 75 degrees here. I thought about taking the kayak out for a spin but may ride instead. I love this part of Florida. We get 6 months of spring and fall.
Here's what I've done so far:
24" wheels all around
Extended and modified handlebars (wide on bottom, standard on top)
Terra Cycle dual cup holder, added PVC tube to hold Hydro Flask bottle
Added used Patterson crank on front
Cheap rack from Wa…