Saeta Trikes – Think Different

Here is a new one that may catch your fancy! Check out the Saeta trike website, watch the video clips, and tell us what you think about the Saeta trikes! Note the unique steering. Visit also the Saeta page here on Trike Asylum. under the Brands menu option. Click HERE to read the full story of these trikes!


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From the Saeta website:

Life is in its continuous cycle of changes. As old modes die and new ones sprout up, we are immersed in challenges that make us rethink how we act. This creates new ways to make things. There is a social revolution to go back to more simple and human lifestyles, moving out of selfishness and working in cooperation instead of competition. In the end is about being more human and less consumers.

Saeta is formed by designers, engineers and production professionals with in-house high-volume factory capabilities that understand that life has changed. Now is time to work together for the benefit of the customer, creating relevant products at its right cost, away from traditional complex business structures.

Frame parts are covered by 7 years warranty for the original purchaser of any structural failure that can be related to production. It means we can supply a free replacement for the damaged part. Shipping costs, labor or any other compensations are not part of the warranty. Aesthetic damages in paint, corrosion, normal wear of components, falls, accidents, improper use, unauthorised modifications, inappropriate assembly or failures due to bad maintenance are not covered.


Visit the Saeta website, then come back here and leave some commentary! Click on the green bar with the three horizontal white lines to access their menu options. Okay, get going! For the in-depth story or Saeta, click HERE.


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5 Responses to Saeta Trikes – Think Different

  1. Glen Aldridge says:

    That’s just weird!

  2. armadillozack says:

    Well it’ very minimal for the money, for one…! I don’t care to much for the seat rods to much as they seam like they might give way to easily, and bend if while your going down the road and hit one of those unexpected pot holes from no where.. I’m sure everyone has hit one of those at least once in their life.. I don’t know, it’s just something about this trike just puts me on edge, and makes me feel uncomfortable… Maybe it’s that dentist office waiting room seat that makes me feel like that.. Oh ya did ya get your last post to finely work I kept trying to see the time lapsed video build off the Full Fat but it kept coming up unable to locate page…! I mean no big deal, but it seamed like it would be interesting to see…

  3. armadillozack says:

    Check out this review of the Rudder Trike on Gizmag .com Now this is a little different then what most of you are use to… It reminds me of the earlier and some who still use this technology Velomobile builders.. I don’t know if you are familiar with the earlier version of the iconic yellow Go – One velomobile , but it used this type of rudder technology and was a big hit for a couple of years…Here is the browser address either click on it or copy and paste to your browser…


  4. Jerry Forster says:

    It is different for sure. The steering looks to uncomfortable to me, but to each his own. Just when you think you’ve seen it all along comes something new.

  5. yogao4four says:

    Yeah, I have to say that while it has the minimalist look that is quite appealing, the steering looks like it would be painful after a very short time.

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