RBR works with blind war vet

Jeremy, Rob, and Brace pose with the Greenspeed GTT recumbent tandem trike

RBR had the pleasure and honor of working closely with an Iraq war veteran and Wounded Warrior Project spokesperson in need of a cycling solution.  After taking shrapnel during the Iraq war, Jeremy (pictured) was left completely blind.  In the Spring of 2008, Jeremy decided he wanted to take up cycling as a form of

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Bentrider Online’s Interbike coverage

‘Bentrider Online has posted their .  Some of the highlights include: New Catrike bushings designed to eliminate shimmy Greenspeed’s Glyde velomobile Optima Spider tadpole trike with 20″ and 26″ wheel options RANS Trizard lowrider delta trike Suspension for ICE Trice tadpoles, suitable for any model years after 2001 Trice quick-release fenders  

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Sunshine State Recumbent Rally


The Sunshine State Recumbent Rally for 2008 is scheduled for November 7th through 9th and now accepting registrations. Catrike, Bacchetta, and Power On Cycling will be present to unveil their 2009 products and provide equipment for test rides.  There will also be a Q&A, newbie session, prizes, and both guided and self-guided rides. Check out

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Sure, it has probably been a long time since you pulled the sticker out of a pack of cards and slapped it on your books, backpacks, and bikes.  You might think you’re too old for stickers these days, but I’m willing to bet you’d feel differently about vinyl decals of recumbent bikes, trikes, and tandems.

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RBR mentioned in news article

Tim Blangger of The Morning Call, an Allentown, PA newspaper, contacted RBR about a month ago with questions about recumbents.  He was looking to do a piece on our bikes/trikes of choice and that piece is now available online. The first half of the article hits on all the common reasons why recumbents are not

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Reviving a 1990 Trice

1990 ICE Trice

Not too long ago, a customer came to the shop looking to trade in an old trike towards a newer long wheelbase bike.  The trike had seen better times and was covered with dust and grime, but the 700c tire on the rear revealed that it wasn’t just any piece of kit. A little research

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