ICE Full Fat now FOR SALE!

David, also known as 3wheelsgood, has a Full Fat trike for sale, probably the first “used” fatrike ever known, seeing as how these vehicles are so new to reality! If you are seeking a perfect condition ICE Full Fat for one heck of a great price, here is your chance (if you happen to live on the same island where these trikes are manufactured, that is). Well, that’s not exactly accurate, because I am sure a creative buyer/seller plan might make a U.S. purchase possible. So, if this sounds too good to be true, get on over to the Fatrike Forum classified section right away and give David a shout, or even comment below. Here are three photos of his awesome rig, which can be yours if you wish!

Full Fat in England 5 Full Fat in England 2 Full Fat in England 1

You can also read a TA post about this trike HERE. Contact David HERE.


About Wild Steve

Steve Greene is a naturalist, free thinker, and seeker of truth. He pursues absolute truth in all things, modifying his existence as supported by legitimate evidence. His ideological foundation rests on the respect of life, as he follows a path of health, serenity, and maximum functional longevity. He has authored eleven books, and is a noted authority on Death Valley National Park, human powered recumbent tricycle touring, health and fitness, and professional law enforcement. Steve has not owned a petroleum powered automobile since 2008, as part of his environmental preservation paradigm. He thrives on a whole food plant-based diet, exercises regularly (bodybuilding, hiking, cycling), and enjoys exploring the wilderness, beyond the bounds of human dominance. Harmony with nature tops his priorities.
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4 Responses to ICE Full Fat now FOR SALE!

  1. Glen Aldridge says:

    Grrr. Shock Value from Steve! I wonder how many readers just like me will be thinking it’s YOUR Fat that’s for sale?

  2. Down Wind Dan says:

    I bet one of these things with a good BionX system would be nice. Otherwise, I think they look too heavy.

  3. trike hobo says:

    They weigh about 50 pounds, heavier than many trikes, but keep in mind that they can take you where it is utterly impossible for most other trikes to go. If you seek adventure off the pavement, their weight is not a factor. A backcountry trekker wants a rugged machine that will stand up to the rigors of dirt roads and trails, and to achieve that, the trike will weigh more. This trike is about 15 pounds heavier than a Catrike 700, but a 700 is fragile by comparison, and certainly not capable of much more than fast rides on smooth pavement. It all boils down to one’s objectives. To be a true explorer beyond where the pavement ends requires a tough trike. This trike is dirt tough!

  4. armadillozack says:

    All though the trike is in pristine condition, I do not see it worth having imported to the US at it’s present British Sterling conversion price to the US dollar which would put it at around $3,600 to $3,700.00 US, added shipping would more then drive the cost up to around $5,000.00 ,then add insurance to protect your investment, buy which time you can buy a brand new one at a lesser cost…! I checked ..! The conversion is almost spot on as our British brethren would say…! That is giving the today’s conversion of the US dollar, to British pound sterling.. I say the thought was there Steve, and I give you codous for that, But the effort as well as the cost would make it very cost prohibitive…! But as I said, Your thoughtfulness as to try to help out a friend, or fellow reader was, and is a credit to yourself, and your website as always…! I wish our fellow reader, friend, across the pond much luck in his effort to sell his pristine ride..! But I truly believe that because that ICE sells here in the US for a decent price I might add, he, or she is better off looking to a local buyer to make the sale….!

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