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Separable or folding trikeThe T-Tris 26 is based on the well known T-Tris 20 recumbent trike which we have been producing from 2010. 26" rear wheel gives the trike great comfort, bigger ground clearance of the rear derailleur and slightly lower rolling resistance. Some of the riders also like the look of the trike more. On the other hand it also put more stress on the rear wheel and on the complete frame and rear fork. Way too often the trikes with 26" rear wheel are too soft and especialy cornering in higher speeds feels a bit strange. This disadvantage is however decreased by our very solid frame and by rear fork designed with stiffness in mind.
The T-Tris 26 is separable or folding tricycle. It has all the advantages of AZUB recumbents such as tough frame, rather minute turning radius, fully adjustable seat with our IPS (Ideal Position System) and of course a reasonable price.
T-tris 26 ends up pretty small and compact after folding (or after you separate the basic version) even with the 26 rear wheel and you need only little effort to handle and transport it by car, train or a lift to your apartment. In addition, it's really easy to fold it, it is not necessary to lift or rotate it in any way and it can be basically folded by anyone. We believe that it does not matter if you fold the tricycle in 7 seconds or 30. In our opinion, it rather matters whether the tricycle is functional and we strive to make its folding as user friendly as possible. FEATURES OF THE AZUB T-TRIS INCLUDE:IPS - Ideal Position System
This system has made AZUB famous since the brand’s foundation in 2000. It allows riders to find the right position on their AZUB recumbent through a wide range of adjustable seat positions, through the possibility of adjustment their under-seat or upper-seat steering and last but not least, through the possibility of setting the ideal frame length.
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