7 Adult Trikes, From Tame To Game For Anything
How about a trike ride? An adult trike ride. Trikes provide a more relaxing ride than bikes, and if you get a recumbent trike, it's less stressful on your joints and your back than a bike. Either way, the trike's the trip right now.
Of course, like bicycles, trikes are available in all price ranges. Here are a wide range of trike styles with price ranges from about $250 to $5000 for you to peruse.
Remember your first bike? Mine just happened to be a Schwinn, so this one really hit me in the memory. Happy to see, though, that instead of training wheels, this one has two nice big balancing wheels in the rear. And guys, there's no bar on the trikes, so you don't have to worry about hitting yourself on it. In blue and black cherry (yum). You can find this bike on Amazon here.
3. Currie Technologies iZIP Tricruiser Electric Tricycle (24-Inch Wheels)
If you want something a little more zippy than a conventional trike, here's an electric trike that will let you zip around for 20 miles without even pedaling. It's got a 450-watt DC Earth magnet motor and an SLA-type 36-volt rechargeable battery, which makes it clean and mean at a high of 15 mph!
Recumbent trikes are really cool and comfortable to ride; the only problem is that they are short! But... it's only an obstacle to sitting down and getting up... gracefully.
4. Triton Pro Cruiser Recumbent Trike
Here's a recumbent trike that is just made for exercise and fun. Made for adults, the trike accommodates persons up to 6"3" and 250 pounds. The Triton Pro Cruiser boasts a unique steering system, safety, and low maintenance. Also available in other colors.
Be inseparable! This lovely Tandem allows one or both of you to pedal, so if you get tired, there's always him. The frame separates into two pieces for transport.
7. TerraTrike Edge Recumbent Trike
If price is no object ($4500) and you like to race, the Edge comes as close to a Formula One race car "as you can get in a human powered vehicle."
See you on the trike trails! (For recumbent trike vocabulary, check out RBR.)
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