Sun Seeker Fat Tad CXS – join the fatrike revolution!

Here is another great choice for those who wish to explore new territory beyond pavement. Starting at $1899.00 USD, this is an option if you wish to get into the quickly growing sport without a lot of money invested. It is available from Utah Trikes, and can be delivered right to your door!

Sun Seeker Fat Tad CX

According to Utah Trikes: “This trike is a crazy value. This trike features: Rear coil-over suspension and integrated front suspension, all wheel 4 inch fat tires, 24 speeds and its just plain awesome. This really is the real deal. This trike is the most affordable way to get into a fat recumbent trike. It features rear coil-over suspension and integrated front suspension, not to mention full fat Chaoyang 4″ tires that provide suspension as well.”


This trike is suspended for maximum off-road comfort! Learn more HERE.


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2 Responses to Sun Seeker Fat Tad CXS – join the fatrike revolution!

  1. armadillozack says:

    Well it’s not a ICE full fat, but it is a nice looking rig don’t you think Hobo…?
    Armadillo Zack

  2. trike hobo says:

    It’s fully suspended Zack, something I have found to be VERY appreciated when riding beyond pavement. With 20 inch fat tires, it has less ground clearance, but it is still quite capable for the vast majority of outback riding. I’d say this would be a solid choice for having lots of fun. I am sure I would really enjoy it myself – I sure could have saved a TON of money if I had bought this instead of the ICE trike. I would prefer an indirect steering solution rather than this direct, as riding the backcountry with direct is more of a challenge due to the biomechanical disadvantage the rider faces when coming up against obstacles like large rocks, roots, or ruts.

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