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TerraTrike unveils new all terrain recumbent trike

Published May 2, 2017

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (BRAIN) — TerraTrike has unveiled a new model in its Rambler line of recumbent trikes. The Rambler All Terrain was built for riders who want to get off the beaten path.

"We took our Rambler with the 24-inch All Road tires and evolved it to a whole new level," said Jeff Yonker, marketing director at TerraTrike. "The AT will allow riders to keep going when the pavement ends, without compromising speed, comfort or price."

The Rambler AT is equipped with 24-inch Schwalbe Smart Sam tires. The x20 mountain drive train features a 22-36 tooth double chainring crankset, an 11-40 tooth cassette and Avid BB7 brakes. It features TerraTrike's new fixed seat design, which keeps the rider firmly positioned and makes the trike more rigid and stable overall. Oversized studded alloy pedals give plenty of grip for climbing or descending steep hills.

"The best thing about this trike is how versatile it is," said Mike Kessenich, CEO of TerraTrike. "On pavement, you can pump up the pressure in the tires and cruise the bike path. But off road is where it shines. Just let a little air out of the tires to create a passive suspension system without the added cost, complexity and weight of traditional shock absorbers. On or off road, this trike rocks!"

The Rambler AT retails for $2,399. 

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