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Meet Azub: Czech recumbent trike makers on U.S. tour
Azub will be at AlphaBENT on Wednesday, October 23 to show the latest Czech recumbent technology. Come to for test-rides, and bent-talk.
Azub is a world reknowned manufacturer of expedition-ready recumbent bikes and trikes. Always innovating, Azub has won many prestigious awards for recumbent trike designs and lead the industry in adventure-ready trikes.
On their 2019 U.S. tour, representatives of Azub will visit the Sacramento, California Azub dealer, AlphaBENT to show and demo some of their extensive lineup of recumbent trikes.
If you have questions, curiosity, or just want to meet some of the people behind the Azub story, come down to 1114 C Street, in Sacramento, CA on Wednesday, October 23 from 2-3pm and be prepared to try some trikes like you've never ridden.
Catrike has discontinued the venerable Road recumbent trike model.
Face-time with ICE. Ask all of your questions. Find out what happens behind the scenes. And, try trikes, trikes, trikes... including the fully automatic ICE Adventure electric trikes.
An inexpensive hitch-mount rack for folded recumbent trikes. For example, the ICE Full Fat big-tired adventure tricycle.
Catrike has made wider hubs with through-axles standard equipment on all large-wheel models. This change affects the following recumbent trike models: Expedition, 559, Dumont, and 700. The change promotes laterally stronger wheels and prevents movement within the dropouts under load at the expense of compatibility with equipment such as electric hub moters that are designed to the older 135mm dropout widths.
2019 Norcal FARA (Friedrich's Ataxia Research Alliance) Ride coming up June 1, 2019.
Join Kyle and Team FARA to kick this debilitating disease!
Catrike announces the Eola, a new recumbent trike model for 2019.