TRIKE PRICES

tadpole trikes riding togetherAs an aid in discovering what trikes are available for a certain amount of money one might have in mind or is limited to spending I have put together this page listing trike models according to their price … more less in $500 increments. I will also provide links to the manufacturer’s site whenever possible or perhaps to another website concerning the particular trike. Please keep in mind that the prices shown were the current prices when I put this together and are subject to change. Also keep in mind that these are base prices meaning that they don’t include such added charges as shipping, assembly, taxes, accessories, etc. Some manufacturers do not show their trike prices. In such cases I have shown prices I have found online elsewhere. I make no pretense that this listing is all inclusive of all trike manufacturers or all models which are available. This is a listing of adult tadpole trikes only. There are a few children’s trikes which are lessor money than the adult trikes. Each trike listing shows what country it is made in (not necessarily where the company is located). I would caution everybody … you usually get what you pay for. Most of the lower cost trikes are not the quality of higher dollar trikes. It pays to research before purchasing. Read independent reviews. Be careful of reviews found on manufacturer’s websites. If you can possibly afford it it is best to buy the best quality trike you can even if it means saving for it versus settling for a low cost trike which may let you down and disappoint you. Also keep in mind that you will need some accessories and they can add up fast … probably a very minimum of $200 and quite possibly $400 or $500. There used to be more sub $1000 trikes listed, but I haven’t been able to find them to list here. If anyone knows of any please let me know so I can include them. Thanks.

Note: prices are U.S. dollars. Shipping charges shown are for continental U.S. only. I don’t know anything about this, but it is possible that there may be duties to pay on some imported trikes.

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Published 9/9/2014 so keep in mind the prices may have changed (they likely have). I updated Catrike, KMX and TerraTrike prices in Oct. 2019 but all of the others are old listings. It took dozens of hours to put this together and I find that I am not ambitious enough to redo it all.

 


under $1000

KMX K-3   for young kids  (England)  approximately $507

KMX Kompact  for older kids and small adults (England)  approximately $834

KMX Kompact R  for older kids and small adults (England) approximately $962

Note: Utah Trikes is the main distributor for KMX trikes in the U.S. A. BTW, they have several KMX models listed which KMX’s website does not show.

$1000 to $1500

Sun Seeker Eco Tad (Taiwan) $1050

TerraTrike Rover x8 8 speed (Taiwan) $1199

KMX Kolt (England) approximately $1217

Trident Spike (China)  $1099 plus $125 shipping (total $1224)

Performer FRP Acera 27S (Taiwan) $1395 plus $175 shipping ($1570 total)

Avenue Trikes First Avenue (Taiwan) $1495

Sun T3 CX and Sun EZ Tad SX (Taiwan) $1499

Trident Spike 2 (China) $1379 plus $125 shipping (total $1504)

$1500 to $2000

TerraTrike Tour Two  8 speed external (Taiwan) $1549

TerraTrike Rambler 8 speed internal (Taiwan) $1599

TerraTrike Rover n330  (Taiwan) $1699

Trident Stowaway 1 (China) $1579 plus $125 shipping  (total $1704)

TerraTrike Tour Two 24 speed (Taiwan) $1749

Trident Spike 380 (Taiwan)  $1649 plus $125 shipping (total $1774)

Trident Titan (China) $1659 plus $125 shipping (total $1784)

TerraTrike Rambler 24 speed (Taiwan) $1799

Performer Trike-X 27  (FRP LX 27S) (Taiwan) $1650 plus $175 shipping (total $1825) Sometimes Amazon has these on sale.

Trident Stowaway 2 (China) $1799 plus $125 shipping (total $1924)

Performer JC-70 30 (Taiwan) $1750 plus $175 shipping (total $1925)

Performer JC-20 30 (Taiwan) $1795 plus $175 shipping (total $1970)

KMX Kobra  (England) approximately $1795

HP Velotechnik Gekko (Germany) (frames are made in Taiwan) $1950 for standard model

Catrike Eola  (U.S.A.)  $1995

TerraTrike Rambler x16 (Taiwan) $1999

$2000 to $2500

TerraTrike Rover Tandem (add on to existing Rover) (Taiwan) $2098 … $2397 with IPS

TerraTrike Gran Tourismo x18  Special Edition, Blue or Gold (Taiwan) $2099

Trident Transport (China) several models priced in $50 price increase … starting at $1999 plus $125 shipping (total $2124)

Catrike Pocket (U.S.A.) $2150

Greenspeed GT1 (Australia) $2190

TerraTrike Rambler GT  and TerraTrike Tour Two GT (Taiwan) $2249

TerraTrike Sporster base model (U.S.A.) $2249

TerraTrike Traveler  and TerraTrike Rambler n380 (Taiwan)  $2299

KMX Koyote  (England) approximately $2307

HP Velotechnik Gekko fx (Germany) (frames are made in Taiwan) $2350 standard model

Azub aTrike (Czech) approximately $2448  (additional pricing information on Azub trikes)

TerraTrike Gran Tourismo x22 Special Edition, Blue or Gold (Taiwan)  $2499

TerraTrike Rambler All Terrain (Taiwan) $2499

$2500 to $3000

Catrike Expedition and Catrike Villager (U.S.A.) $2550

Greenspeed GT3 (Australia) $2690

Trident E Spike (electric motor assist) (China) $2569 plus $125 shipping (total $2694)

TerraTrike Rover i8 Tandem  (Taiwan) $2598

TerraTrike Sportster x16 or x20  (U.S.A.)  $2699

Azub T-Tris folding trike (Czech) approximately $2700    (additional pricing information on Azub trikes)

Comfort Trike full suspension (Latvia) $2499 plus $249 shipping (total $2748)

TerraTrike Sportster GT (U.S.A.) $2799

TerraTrike Rover i8 Tandem with ips  (Taiwan)  $2898

Catrike Road and Catrike Trail Folder (U.S.A.) $2950

Greenspeed GT5 (Australia) $2990

Edge e2 folding (U.S.A.) $2995

$3000 to $3500

ICE Adventure and ICE Sprint (England) (frames are made in Taiwan) approximately $3010 and $3022

Catrike 559 and Catrike Road AR  (U.S.A.) $3150

Challenge Concept (Netherlands) approximately $3169

Trident E-Titan (electric motor assist) (China) $3099 plus $125 shipping (total $3224)

LoGo (Australia) $3250 starting price

Greenspeed Magnum (Australia) $3290

Stein Trikes Wild One 27 speed folding (Yugoslavia) $3350

HP Velotecknik Scorpion (Germany)  (frames are made in Taiwan) $3484 standard model

$3500 to $4000

TerraTrike Rambler E.V.O. Falco hub drive (Taiwan)  $3599

Challenge Alize  folding, 20 and 24 inch, rear suspension (Netherlands) approximately $3610

Azub Tricon folding trike (Czech) approximately $3739    (additional pricing information on Azub trikes)

Catrike 700  (U.S.A.)  $3950

Greenspeed X3 Sport (Australia) $3990

$4000 to $4500

TerraTrike Sporster SL  (U.S.A.)  $4099

Catrike Dumont  (U.S.A.)  $4150

Aiolos Trilite  (Germany) starting at approximately $4062,  other models $4321, $4710, $5575

ICE VTX (England)(frames are made in Taiwan) approximately $4283

Greenspeed Hand Magnum hand crank (Australia) $4290

Greenspeed X5 Sport (Australia) $4490

TerraTrike Rambler E.V.O. Bosch crank drive (Taiwan) $4499

$4500 to $5000

Berserker off road  (U.S.A.) approximately $5185

$5000 to $5500

$5500 to $6000

Pterosail trike (U.S.A.) wind sail $5499 plus $300 shipping (total $5799)

Windcheetah ClubSport  & CompactSport (England) approximately $5808

over $6000

Trident Chameleon (single trike which converts into tandem by adding section) (Taiwan) $5995 plus $135 shipping (total $6130)

CarbonTrikes Race (Sweden) approximately $6490

Windcheetah HyperSport (England) approximately $6852

HP Velotecknik Scorpion fs 26 S-Pedelec  (Germany) (frames are made in Taiwan) electric assist approximately $7495

TerraTrike Tandem Pro (U.S.A.) $7699 with or without  IPS

Outrider 311 Solo pedal-electric (U.S.A.) $7995

HP Velotechnik Scorpion Plus 20  (Germany)(frames are made in Taiwan) high seat, electric assist  approximately $8258

Outrider 411 Hyperlite   pedal-electric (U.S.A.) $9995

Greenspeed GTT Tandem (Australia) $11990

Outrider 422 Alpha pedal-electric (U.S.A.) $11,995

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There are also Chinese made trikes available to order online. I do not recommend these but I am providing a link HERE and HERE.

EBAY also sells tadpole trikes. (both new and used are listed)

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trikes with no pricing info on their website:

Stein Trikes (Yugoslavia)

Sidewinder ProCruiser (U.S.A.) OUT OF BUSINESS

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Lastly, I leave you with a link to the price list on bicycleman.com business website:

http://bicycleman.com/files/BicycleMan-Recumbent-Price-List.pdf

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  1. Edge is made in Tennessee…not far from the woods and trails that Ed Miller frequents…..

  2. Steve, I may be wrong as the information on Steintrikes is convoluted, you may want to double check. I was under the impression that they are made in Austria & distributed by another company in Serbia.

    • Glen, I have not been able to find anything more about this so if you know of somewhere addressing this and can send me a link to it I would very much appreciate it. I find that lots of various information about various manufacturers is difficult if not impossible to locate. It is like they are trying to hide it from the public. 🙂

  3. Steintrikes is an Austrian company, their webpage including prices is here: http://www.steintrikes.at

    • Looking at that website didn’t clear up the confusion for me. It looks to be a company (a cycle dealership) in Austria that sells Steintrikes as well as some other brands. I found nothing stating where the Steintrikes are made.

      • I bought my Wild One from Thomas Seide in Austria after visiting the Spezi-Rad fair in Germersheim /Germany.
        The company name is Bike Revolution, they produce and export the Steintrikes and sell the other brands.
        Produced in Serbia, mounted in Austria near Vienna.

      • Thanks for the explanation. However, I still have a question. What does “mounted in Austria” mean? I am not familiar with that wording.

      • I meant putting the parts together takes place in Austria. Sometimes there are just some words missing.. 😉

  4. Dave hypahippy

    I found them on Ebay, Icetrikes have an account and sell off old models But there are quite a few that pop up on EBay from time to time … I must admit I found millions aboard .. And Ship was costly Very Costly..

  5. Steintrikes are manufactured in Austria with distribution by a German company. Nothing unusual in that the owners can focus on production & leave sales & distribution to someone else.

  6. Steve, I am pretty sure he means assembled or packaged. Stein Trikes are modular in nature like ICE products so you can mix & match.

  7. Excellent information, Steve, as everything you publish. But have you heard of Ti-Trike with a titanium body? Looks high quality and interesting as well.

    • Yes, I have heard of Ti-Trikes. I have mentioned them a few different times on this blog. They don’t seem to be willing to provide much information about their trikes so I have chosen to pretty much ignore them as I can’t/don’t respect a company that operates like that.

  8. Looking for what you’re providing on this site for Kansas City. Does your site have any KC ride info or do you know where I can find it? Thanks

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