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Rambler Base

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Our Price: $1,799.00

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39" - 49"

Description Technical Specs
With it's sleek styling, multiple gearing options, higher seat, and curvaceous tubing, the Rambler is the perfect cross between the Rover and the Tour II. It maintains the great geometry of the Rover while adding the lightweight frame and gearing of the Tour II.

The Rambler features our new "crossbow" frame design fabricated from round chro-moly steel tubing with an adjustable aluminum boom. The new seat mount is infinitely adjustable, and the aluminum seat frame adds to its lightweight pedigree. The Rambler is available in a great sporty orange color with several decal options to customize to your liking. For those who want something truly unique, custom frame colors are also available for an extra charge.

The Rambler's seat reclines from 40 to 65 degrees allowing YOU to set the angle where you feel most comfortable. The infinitely adjustable seat also slides fore and aft allowing for quick adjustments for different sized riders. This trike is easy to get in and out of, and adjusts in seconds.

The steering design allows for a very tight steering radius (in most cases, even tighter than an upright bicycle).

This trike ships fully assembled and ready to ride.
Cost to ship to a commercial location is only $159 or ship to your doorstep for $199.
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Introducing The TerraTrike Rambler

  • Round Chro-moly Steel Frame
  • Higher Seat - Easy On and Off
  • Fully Adjustable Seat & Boom
  • Direct Steering
  • Tighter Turning Radius
  • Locking Brake Levers
  • Disc Brakes
  • 8, 24 or 27 Speeds
  • One Size Fits Most
  • For Riders Up To 300 Pounds
  • Decal Pack Lets You Pick Color
  • 5 Lbs. Lighter Than the Rover

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Nice trike, good value February 20, 2015
Reviewer: Jack Byrom from Grand Junction, CO United States  
I have had my Rambler about 2 1/2 months and put about 250 miles in on it on various terrain. It is fast, light, and reliable {I did upgrade the tires to a 100 psi model at considerable expense}. The base package gearing [3 x 8]  will get you up any hill. The disc brakes work great, as well, but you will get brake steer if you're going 20+ mph and you actuate just one lever. This is an elegant machine.

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