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Loaded for the Long Haul

Here is one loaded-up trike, piloted by one of the world’s most capable backcountry adventurers, Christian Breier. This is from a trek he made through Canada and Alaska on a German-made Pirol recumbent tadpole tricycle, a machine very well suited for heavy loads and ultra long distances. Pirol’s suspension design makes rugged journeys like this possible. Behind, he pulls a Radical Design Cyclone trike trailer. Those red side panniers are waterproof Ortliebs. Christian’s motto is to burn fat, not fuel.

Visit Christian’s website HERE.

Loaded, with everywhere to go!

4 responses

  1. Hi Steve

    Looks like I will go back to the Yukon & Alaska in 2012 with a recumbent quad !

    Greetings from booooooring Germany

    September 13, 2010 at 6:19 am

  2. Steve

    Wow, that’s great Chris. I envy your touring the Yukon and Alaska, both places I have dreamed about visiting for much of my life, but just haven’t made the time to get that far north, which is a shame really, because I live on the same land mass. So you will be riding the Utah Trikes quad conversion on that trip? The one that uses a TerraTrike as the base? I looked at the link you sent, and that surely appears to have much room for storage behind the seat. Email a photo when you get the rig ready for the trip, and if you have a page on your website devoted to your new wheels, please send that link too so readers can learn about your preparations.


    September 13, 2010 at 8:44 am

  3. Hey Steve the link is down, use this one :

    I will go back in 2015 !
    Regards Chris

    June 1, 2014 at 12:47 am

  4. Hi there Chris,
    Okay my world traveling triker buddy, the link has been updated. When you have all the 2015 journey documented, send me a link to your photos and story (remind me). Thanks.

    June 1, 2014 at 8:16 am