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27 April 2017 - 8:18am
 

Recumbent Tandem Rider Magazine goes online

 

Recumbent Tandem Rider (RTR) Magazine has been covering the recumbent industry these last many years since the beginning -- and now, for the first time, the print copy of RTR magazine is available online.

RTR magazine publisher, Charles Coyne, is a constant shadow monitoring the comings and goings in the recumbent industry. He has also taken the initiative of creating the Recumbent CycleCon (the industry's only trade show in the United States).

As regularly as clockwork, stacks of RTR magazines have arrived in leading recumbent dealer shops like AlphaBENT. These unique magazines have been a key source of product information, reviews, and adventures dealing exclusively with recumbents and tandems.

Recumbent Tandem Rider Magazine will continue to be available in its print version and physical copies of the latest issue can be picked up for free wherever they were available before. But, now, the exact same magazine can be viewed online at RTRmag.com

 

Information

Catrike updates the 700 speed-trike for 2018, improving performance and addressing owner-feedback.

Overlay picture of folding action of a Gekko FX-26 recumbent tricycle

US supply of Gekko FX26 folding recumbent trikes runs low. Remaining Gekkos are in short supply in the USA, but some still exist at premium stocking HP Velotechnik dealers like AlphaBENT

A technique for getting out of a recumbent trike if your body doesn't fully respond to your wishes

Miles shows how to get out of an extremely low laidback recumbent trike with limited strength, coordination, or balance.

Splined torque arm installed on GoSwiss 500W recumbent trike electric-assist pedelec

An explanation of torque-arms, torque-collars, and why we need them with pedal-assist electric motor systems.

Bionx 350W electric-assist on Bacchetta A26 / Giro ATT-26

Bacchetta A26 (Giro ATT-26) recumbent bike gets even faster with 350W Bionx electric motor.

Folded HP Velotechnik Gekko FX-20 recumbent trike

HP runs out of Gekko-FX20 recumbent trikes in US for 2017

Day-6 semi-recumbent bike is alternative to traditional bike saddles with forward crank design

Production delays over. Day-6 bikes available and in-stock again

RTR 2017 Travel Edition hits shelves -- features adventures in Argentina and California, and a side-by-side review of Azub Six and HP Velotechnik StreetMachine Gte.

Classifieds

Catrike

This new hyper-yellow Catrike 700 is one of last 700's produced in this color.

The eye-catching color is best described as a dayglo or tennis-ball color and it contrasts well with the black highlights of the rest of the trike.

HP Velotechnik

HP Velotechnik Gekko German-engineered Folding Recumbent Tricycle

This trike is so fun you'll look forward to getting out as often as possible. With the big 26" drive-wheel, the Gekko FX26 has great efficiency and stable handling. It has a surprisingly tight turning radius that gets you through the tight spots; mid-range seat height with adjustable seat angle is comfortable and easy to get into; high-performance Avid BB5 disc brakes stop you reliably; and, the 24-speed gearing gets you through any terrain including high-speeds for the break-away.

Greenspeed

A small trike with a big personality!

The GT1 is folding trike with 16" wheels, easy to fold up and take with you! This is a great trike that climbs hills with minimal effort and has a super small turning radius.

This trike uses low-maintenance, all-weather drum brakes and top quality components and smooths out the road with its:

Catrike

This is a custom build by UT Trikes (you can check the out on line) it is a stock Catrike Expedition on steroids. I bought this trike new a year ago, it has been garage kept and has less than 50 miles on it. (that is why I am selling). It is in perfect shape with plenty of extras. (the description below is from the builder) asking $2,900 you can e-mail me at [email protected]

Terratrike

24 speed, tadpole style recumbent trike. Includes flag, mirrors, combo light and mounts, seat bag, chain guard, speed and distance computer, water bottle cage, rear rack, trunk pack bag, bike pump, safety bell, and cover. Bike has knee saver adapters installed on cranks. These can be removed. Very little wear due to knee and back injuries. Trunk pack bags are not in the photos but include a main bag that sets on top of the rear rack and panniers on both sides that fold and zip closed when not in use.

Original cost $3000 + $55 cover.

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