With its sleek styling, higher seat, round tubing and adjustable seat, the Rambler is the love-child of the popular Rover
and the Cruiser
, taking the best of both models and creating an exciting new trike.
The Rambler starts off with a newly engineered "crossbow" style frame thats adds even more stabilty and comfort. Fabricated from round chro-moly steel tubing with an adjustable aluminum boom the frame is sleek and stylish. We then gave it a new asparagus green or orange color with custom color decals so you can customize your trike to your liking. Custom colors are also available for an additional charge. We've kept the direct steering and comfort-grip horizontal handlebars of the Rover design, but shortened the over length and wheel base more similar to the Cruiser.
It also comes with a new improved TerraTrike adjustable seat. Recline adjustments from 40 to 90 degrees allows YOU to set the angle at which you feel most comfortable - and at 15" high, it's still a full 5" taller than most trikes. Similar to the Rover, the seat also slides along the frame allowing for quick adjustments for riders with similar leg lengths. This trike is easy to get in and out of and adjusts in seconds.
Because of the design, it has a very small turning radius (In most cases even shorter than a standard upright bicycle). You can take your Rambler into places that had never before been accessible to trikes. We've also included locking brake levers as a standard component so you'll stay put once you get to where you're going. No more rubber bands or velcro straps!
The Rambler clocks in at a full 5 pounds lighter than it's Rover counterpart and is available in four different component levels:
|Gear Inch||24" - 80"||18" - 90"||18" - 90"||18" - 90"|
FSA Vero triple
|Rear Deraileur||N/A||Microshift||Sram X.7||Sram X.9|
|Brakes||Zoom Disc||Bengal Disc||Avid BB5 Disc||Avid BB7 Disc|
We think it's the coolest, most fun trike we've ever built. But don't take our word for it. try one out for yourself.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 27 October, 2011.