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ICE recumbent trikes

AlphaBENT has been an ICE Premium Dealer ever since there have been ICE Premium Dealers.

We truly love dealing with this fine, upstanding company. Inspired Cycle Engineering (ICE) has shown remarkable consistency in innovation, constantly improving its products, streamlining its processes, and leading the recumbent trike market with particularly well-designed and implemented products. 

ICE stands behind their products and goes the extra mile for ICE trike riders.

We endeavour to keep the entire ICE lineup of products represented in our shop -- usually with at least seven ICE trikes on the floor at a time.

ICE trikes are characterized by:

  • modularity - using the same parts and accessories across different models
  • transportability - ICE trikes generally fold up very nicely
  • broad applicability - fitting a broad spectrum of rider needs and desires
  • appealing visual aesthetics - made with an eye for beauty

Which is to say, they do what you want and look drop-dead gorgeous.

Located in Cornwall, England, UK, ICE has won local awards for innovation including winning the:

  • Cornwall Best International Business and the Winner of Winners awards,
  • and ICE marketing director, Ben Rotheray, won the Unlocking Cornish Potential Contribution to Business Growth Award.

For company background, the folks at ICE tell it best.

ICE Trike models
Comparison of Sprint and Adventure models

This just in

The Patterson Metropolis is an economical way to extend the gear range of an 8-speed Terratrike.

17 Jul 2015 - 11:04am

We have converted an HP Velotechnik Gekko FX 26 to use trigger shifters as an experiment. It seems to work well.

16 Jul 2015 - 9:59pm
Patterson Metropolis 2-speed geared crankset extends gear-range of 8-speed Terratrike Rambler

Using the Shimano Nexus internally-geared 8-speed hub on any trike gives you the enclosed reliability of planetary-geared hubs, but it's a bit slim on gear range -- particularly with a small 20" wheel on

12 Jul 2015 - 6:09pm

In a sight that's becoming quite common at the shop these days, some bluebirds tried out a Catrike 700. [In reality, only one bluebird tried the trike while the others watched.]

He liked the color and the lines, but found it too difficult to shift. Also, the headrest was too big.

11 Jul 2015 - 9:36pm

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