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22 July 2017 - 3:36pm
 
 

Summer travel issue: Recumbent Tandem Rider magazine hits shelves

 

The 2017 summer travel issue of Recumbent Tandem Rider Magazine is finally in print and on the shelves at recumbent stores across the U.S.

This issue features

  • a thrilling tale of cycling in the Argentine Andes from Mendoza, past one of the tallest mountains (Aconcagua) in the world and on many tall mountain roads on a RANS Screamer tandem recumbent bike.
  • a side-by-side comparisons of the Azub Six and the HP Velotechnik StreetMachine GTE by two recumbent travel adventurers
  • recumbent-friendly trails and roads at Lake Almanor in California just up the road from AlphaBENT's warehouse location in Chico, CA.

The current issue is FREE and available at fine recumbent shops like AlphaBENT.

Information

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

Azub Ti-FLY build-up

Azub announces pending price increase. Buyers have limited time to buy before prices go up on models like the winner of the 2016 BROL Trike of the Year, the full-suspension Ti-FLY recumbent trike.

Front cover Issue 57 Recumbent Tandem Rider Magazine Spring 2017

Long-time print-only recumbent news source begins online publishing

Recumbent trike riders converge on Sacramento for TARTAR Spring 2017 ride along the American River Trail in Sacramento.

Catrike quietly substituted a new full-suspension Road-AR model for the rear-suspension Road. The Road-AR is like a trimmed down Dumont with 20" rear wheel and hundreds lower price tag.

Half-off racks stimulate the recumbent trike industry.

Catrike straightens out eon-green production issues. Eon-green Catrike recumbent trikes for sale again.