Catrike Dumont – folding, with full suspension

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You may wish to check out Catrike’s latest offering, called the Dumont. It’s a candy purple recumbent that is sure to turn heads. According to Catrike: “All-new folding, fully suspended Catrike with a 26″ rear wheel. The silky-smooth riding characteristics and responsive handling, makes it perfect choice for any excursion.” Learn more HERE.

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Read all the specs HERE.

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3 Responses to Catrike Dumont – folding, with full suspension

  1. daytriker says:

    Base Price $4150. Base weight 43lbs. Loaded up it’ll be a $5,000. 60 lb. tank! Wouldn’t be my choice but I do like the suspension design.

  2. Dan Brown says:

    Just too darn heavy, go the other way, make ‘um lighter or sell them with an electric motor.

  3. Seamus Leahy says:

    Looks very nice however Catrike still are using direct steering which (IMHO) isn’t as instinctive as under seat steering (as on the ICE) I have had a few nasty moments through this type both on a road but must also say that thousands of Catrike pilots seem to find it alright so hey, the other thing is the seat looks a bit far forward but that must be just the way I am looking at it. Nice to see new developments from Catrike.
    Seamas
    ps Love the front suspension

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