Alongside our featured trikes, we have a large variety of recumbent trikes and bikes available in our showroom. Check out our full list of available demos and get in touch with us to make an appointment. We'll guide you through the decision-making process!
Pedal Strain Relief
The default crank arm for most recumbent bikes and trikes is 165mm or 170mm, which can be just a bit too long. Crank shorteners or pedal pendulums are useful in relieving strain if you have shorter legs, if your legs are different lengths, or if your knees aren't quite as flexible as they used to be.
Go further and faster with an electric assist. Ideal for long rides, hills, and when you need a little boost. Your body and muscles can ride at ease and you can choose your amount of exertion while still going the distance and having an adventure!
Single Handed Riding
Two-wheel braking can happen through one lever instead of two. Front and rear shifting can also be moved to one handle - though there are some limits here. If you have one-sided weakness or other accessibility concerns, this could be the simple solution to get you riding again.
Van Raam Special Needs Bicycles
Van Raam produces uniquely specialized bicycles for people with a disability.