Trident

http://tridenttrikes.com/

Trident Terrain:

Trident Terrain 2 Trident Terrain 1

Trident Stowaway:

In addition to the Chameleon Convertitrike, Trident Trikes also offers 2 Folding Single Trikes- The Stowaway I & Stowaway II. Both offer an incredible component mix at a value price.

Both Stowaway models use our Powder Coated Aircraft Quality 4130 Cro-Moly Tig Welded Frame, as well as Avid Brakes/ Promax Levers with Parking Brake, Double Wall Alloy Rims with Kenda Kwest 100 psi Tires, and Ackerman Compensated Crossover Steering, but that is where the similarities end.

The Stowaway I is our Base Model. It uses a Microshift Front Derailleur and a SRAM X5 Rear Derailleur. Shifting is done with SRAM X5 Gripshifters.The Brakes are Avid BB5’s .The Seat Frame, handlebar, and Boom is also made of CroMoly and are both powder coated.

The Stowaway II is our High Spec Model. It uses a Microshift Front Derailleur and a Shimano Deore Rear Derailleur. Shifting is done with Bar End Shifters.The Brakes are Avid BB7’s.The Crankset is a High End Forged Crankset with CNC Machined Rings, and an Integrated Bottom Bracket. The seat frame, handlebar and boom are Sandblasted and Anodized Aluminum Alloy. For all you Short Crank Afficianados, the Stowaway II will also be available with 160 mm Cranks for an additional $60.

As with all Trident Trikes- we don’t charge you for the extras!! Also included with both models are a Rear Rack, a full set of 3 Fenders, a Safety Flag, a Mirror, and Front and Rear Lights.

COMPONENTS
Cranks Derailleurs Shifters Cassette Front hubs Chain Rims Spokes Tires Brakes Brake Levers
52/42/30 Alloy 170 mm Crankarms SRAM X5 Rear/ Microshift Front SRAM X5 Grip Shift SRAM PG970
11-34 9spd
Custom CNC Alloy Disc Hubs KMC Z9000 Double Wall Alloy Stainless 14g Kenda Kwest 100PSI Avid BB5
Disc Brakes (2)
Promax w/ Lock
DIMENSIONS EXTRAS
Track Width Wheelbase Average Length (Varies) Seat angle Weight Rider weight limit Gear Inches X-Seam
Range

Rear Rack, Mirror, Safety Flag, Lights (F & R) Front & Rear Fenders Pedals
30.7″ (78cm) 33.4″ (85cm) 44.5″ (1130 mm) 76”
(1950mm)
39 or 41 degrees 41 LBS (18.6 KG) 275 Lbs 17.2”-92.1” 37-47” INCLUDED Alloy w/ toe-clips

Trident Stowaway II:

Stowaway II

COMPONENTS
Cranks Derailleurs Shifters Cassette Front hubs Chain Rims Spokes Tires Brakes Brake Levers
52/42/30 Forged w/
CNC Chainrings,
Integrated Bottom Bracket 170mm Crankarms Std. 160mm Crankarms Opt. (+$60)
Shimano Deore Rear/ Microshift Front Bar End
Shifters
SRAM PG970
11-34 9spd
Custom CNC Alloy Disc Hubs KMC Z9000 Double Wall Alloy Stainless 14g Kenda Kwest 100PSI 20 x 1.50 Avid BB7
Disc Brakes (2)
Promax w/ Lock
DIMENSIONS EXTRAS
Track Width Wheelbase Average Length (Varies) Seat angle Weight Rider weight limit Gear Inches X-Seam
Range
Rear Rack, Mirror, Safety Flag, Lights (F & R) Front & Rear Fenders Pedals
30.7″ (78cm) 33.4″ (85cm) 44.5″ (1130 mm) 76”
(1950mm)
39 or 41 degrees 37 LBS (16.8 KG) 275 Lbs 17.2”-92.1” 37”-47” INCLUDED Alloy w/ toe-clips

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Stowaway I Specs
COMPONENTS
Cranks Derailleurs Shifters Cassette Front hubs Chain Rims Spokes Tires Brakes Brake Levers
52/42/30 Alloy 170 mm Crankarms SRAM X5 Rear/ Microshift Front SRAM X5 Grip Shift SRAM PG970
11-34 9spd
Custom CNC Alloy Disc Hubs KMC Z9000 Double Wall Alloy Stainless 14g Kenda Kwest 100PSI Avid BB5
Disc Brakes (2)
Promax w/ Lock
DIMENSIONS EXTRAS
Track Width Wheelbase Average Length (Varies) Seat angle Weight Rider weight limit Gear Inches X-Seam
Range

Rear Rack, Mirror, Safety Flag, Lights (F & R) Front & Rear Fenders Pedals
30.7″ (78cm) 33.4″ (85cm) 44.5″ (1130 mm) 76”
(1950mm)
39 or 41 degrees 41 LBS (18.6 KG) 275 Lbs 17.2”-92.1” 37-47” INCLUDED Alloy w/ toe-clips

5 Responses to Trident

  1. I’m thinking your Trident Spec page need some updating since they offer several models now (Stowaway I & II, Transport 20″ & 26″, Monorail, Spike, Titan, and Chameleon). Plus, the Stowaway II has been upgraded considerably with many good improvements. If I didn’t need a trike with a little higher ground clearance I might have gone with the Stowaway II over the Transport. But, We found the specs and options of the Transport to be just as nice and the seat height was more desireable for what I needed.

  2. Each trike is unique in their own way. Everyone with their own preferences, and riding style. So it’s all about the test run. Once you find the trike for you. You will enjoy the ride like no other. Taking the time to research multiple brands, specific things that you’re looking for that fit your physical conditions, and riding style.

  3. Steve Greene says:

    There are likely several pages on this website that may be in need of updating. But alas, seeing as how this triangular realm was all initiated for fun, and other aspects of living life also call to me moment to moment, the chances of a systemic update are slim to none. Oh well, such is the lot of the lonely web writer. The good news is that links carry us quickly away to the manufacturer’s websites with all the latest and greatest news about their absolutely stellar products. Okay everyone – get following those links! See ya’ …

  4. Well said Steve…. You are off the hook for now. ;-)

  5. Steve Greene says:

    Thanks – I’ll sleep tonight. ha ha

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