A recumbent trike offers the same comfort level of a recumbent bike while providing a safer
and more relaxed ride. Like any recumbent, the usual ride induced sore parts from road
and mountain bikes are eliminated. Neck, wrist, back, and rear parts pains simply no longer
occur. The stability of three wheels adds a large margin of safety to a premier activity that
successfully combines pleasure and exercise. Your safe riding experience will be
unaffected by adverse road conditions such as gravel, ruts, and even patches of ice and
snow. Whether your goal is a relaxing ride or vigorous aerobic activity, a trike provides a
comfortable, extremely enjoyable, and safe way to accomplish it.

Arrange for a personal test ride and find out for yourself how easy and fun trike riding is and
how safe and comfortable you feel while you're doing it.
For specific trike information or experienced advice,
email
chasjstern@comcast.net or call 303-618-5711
Recumbent bike or trike?
The Recumbent Trike Store offers what we believe are the finest recumbent
trikes available. Located in Louisville, Colorado and serving the Denver and
Boulder Colorado area as well as the entire Rocky Mountain region, we have an
excellent location for thorough trail testing and evaluation of our products.
The Recumbent Trike Store has been the largest ICE dealer in the country for
several years and that makes us the largest seller of ICE trikes on the continent.  
This high level of experience enables us to offer exceptional technical expertise on
ICE recumbent trikes which we believe to be the best value in recumbent trikes.
The ICE factory suggests that we have assembled more complete ICE trikes
than anyone else in the world.  Take advantage of our special level of
expertise while you take a closer look at these excellent products.
Here at the Trike Store where trikes are the main interest we don't
usually pay much attention to
bikes.  HOWEVER, here is a bike that
is so special we should all take a closer look:
This amazing bike belongs to a touring couple from the Netherlands
who stopped for a couple of tires. The bike was laid up elsewhere for
a needed repair so I didn't get to see it in person.  So to see more I
will have join other web followers and perhaps you as well will want
to follow their coast to coast adventure here:  
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