Some of the bikes one would call “little rascal”. Just like this custom colored TRIcon 20 with the Shimano Steps E6100 motor. It doesn’t have much options or accessories, but you quickly get a feeling, that it will be a pure joy to ride them.
We got here another really custom build trike for the disabled rider whose is not possible to shift/brake with his left hand. So every needed features are on right side of the handlebar.
Challenger velomobile is a pretty known project which was assembled on ICE trikes some time ago. The builder was not able to produce it anymore as he has enough of other work so he has sold the complete project to Luc Smets and his company Eurocircuits.
Covering 1500 km, and with a vocabulary of just 100 words, travel writer Thomas Bauer rode his recumbent trike along Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, gathering over 50 invitations to tea along the way.
They set off on their journey from the foot of the Eiffel Tower on one beautiful sunny Sunday in March 2014. Nicolas Cochin, originally from Jumeauville, and his girlfriend, Anne-Cé. Ultimately, they managed to win a crazy bet that they would travel 12,500 kilometres from Paris to Bangkok along the Silk Road. They travelled on two AZUB TRIcon trikes.
We just finished rear suspended AZUB TRIcon 20 with Nuvinci N380 hub. NuVinci allow you to change the gear ratio between your pedals and rear wheel in one continuous motion.
We are pretty happy we can announce we have developed some adaptations which can help disabled people ride our trikes. Here is one of the first trikes with such adaptations.