HP runs out of Gekko-FX20 recumbent trikes in US for 2017
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Designed for smaller riders, but works well for most taller people, as well.
Catrike's entry-level Pocket is a tremendous value. It has all the same top-level components of the more expensive Catrikes, but comes in at a budget price.
Its responsive and lightweight direct steer design has the feel of a sports car. The space-frame chassis is light and efficient, which means: you'll get the most out of each pedal stroke.
30-speed drivetrain with top-level components that cost significantly extra from most other manufacturers.
The Pocket borrows heavily from its more expensive siblings in the Catrike lineup: same responsive steering, added value features such as clip-in pedals, mirror and mirror mount, computer sensor mount and light mount.
The Pocket can be fitted with a larger, more efficient wheel using dropout extenders. This increases pedaling efficiency, raises the gearing for higher speeds, and lengthens the trike for additional stability.