Top Five wicked-fast Speed Trikes!



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 Top Five wicked-fast Speed Trikes!

  1. Just for the record I have this same video scheduled to post on my tadpoler rider blog in two days. I have had it scheduled for a few weeks. I am not getting it from your posting Steve. It is not the first time we have both posted the same thing … sometimes me first, sometimes you first. :)

  2. Stevie G. says:

    Yeah, I’ve noticed that phenomenon also Steve. Guess it’s divine providence from the Trike Gods! Either that, or great minds of genius trikers think alike, haha.

  3. daytriker says:

    It would have been more appropriate if the Slyway or Carbontrike had been included in the compilation instead of a power assisted unit. It is great that Recumbents are still undergoing a refinement & application of technologies whether powered or not since we all benefit from having more units on the road.

  4. TerraTrike? Really? What about the Windcheetah? The AVD Windcheetah has been at the leading edge of fast trikes since its creation in 1981. And since it uses a central joystick for steering, the frontal area is very small. The latest Windcheetah Hypersport, with carbon fiber tubes and magnesium parts, weighs only 11,5 kg (25.35 lb).

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