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3 January 2020 - 10:53am
 
 

Meet ICE: British trike manufacturer on US tour

 

Meet the maker: ICE is on a tour of the U.S. and will be staying for the day at AlphaBENT on January 15, 2020.

This is your chance to find out more about your prospective purchase, or get the behind-the-scenes story of how your trike was made, or just chat and have coffee and meet other trikers.

You can also try the latest ICE models, including the fully-automatice ICE Adventure recumbent trikes with Shimano STEPS electric assist and bump-smoothing full suspension.

  • demos of how to fold your ICE trike,
  • how to check it for safety before a ride, and
  • essential maintenance for non-mechanics
 

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[Updated 6/21/20] Beginning Wednesday, 24 June 2020, after three months of suspension of normal business hours, we will resume regular business hours. Customers will be restricted to enforce strict social distancing and priority will be given to honor appointments.

Catrike has discontinued the venerable Road recumbent trike model.

An inexpensive hitch-mount rack for folded recumbent trikes. For example, the ICE Full Fat big-tired adventure tricycle.

Azub trikes are adventure ready

Azub will be at AlphaBENT on Wednesday, October 23 to show the latest Czech recumbent technology. Come to for test-rides, and bent-talk.

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.

Catrike Eola lead banner image

Catrike announces the Eola, a new recumbent trike model for 2019.

Pinking handlebar mechanism has serrated edges that mate with serrated clamp to remember previous position and angle

"Memory" is designed into handlebars on ICE recumbent trikes with sawtooth edges like those produced with pinking shears.

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