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Catrike 700 recumbent trike

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote RoyMacdonald Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 September 2017 at 3:33pm
Originally posted by Yanto Yanto wrote:

Originally posted by RoyMacdonald RoyMacdonald wrote:

Of course I have the 20" wheels all round and the racing trike that ICE built to take the World Multitrack Championship had 20" wheels for increased response. (26mph average speed) 

 <pedant hat on> Junior class and it had a 26" rear wheel<pedant hat off>

Sorry Ian, but we are not talking about the same bike. From the eBay advert. "
Model: VTX/SprintX Colour: Black
Type: Recumbent Trike Wheel Size: 20"
Gender: Unisex Adult Brake Type: Disc Brakes - Hydraulic
Frame Material: Steel Features: Custom-built
Suspension: No Suspension Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
Brand: ICE EAN: Does not apply

Here for auction is my beloved race trike. It was assembled in this configuration to race in the WHPVA world championships in UK at Fowlmead in 2012 where it was fastest multitrack and Germany in 2013 where it was to fastest unfaired multi-track. Sadly although it has been kept updated it has not seen any racing action since so its time to make some space and say goodbye to it.

So here is a unique opportunity (overused phrase but in this case true) to get your hands on a fast trike custom built from the ground up at the ICE factory in Cornwall UK.

The frame is a one-off and was all hand brazed at ICE by Chris (director) and Ben (designer).

As a trike for racing It was optimized for stiffness and maximum pedaling efficiency , then considerations were given to aerodynamics, weight saving, handling  and reliability."

It went for £4,600 odd.


 All the best.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Yanto Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 September 2017 at 4:44pm
Yes there is some confusion as Ben averaged 21-22mph on that machine in 2012, can't find 2013 results, Tim averaged just under 26 mph at Fowlmead in 2012 - fully faired.
Ian, retired.
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