Trike it out.
Sometimes, moving forward means putting up your feet and leaning back in your seat. Sounds like a paradox, but it’s actually just a TRIX. A recumbent trike with a low center of gravity, the TRIX is so stable and agile that even riders with severe disabilities can master the controls… while looking effortlessly cool at the front of the pack. The TRIX may not move mountains, but it can ride around them, and triking over them is pretty fun too.
Recumbent trikes are particularly intuitive for kids to ride because they can see their legs. This helps a lot! The pedals are equipped with toe clips and straps to keep their feet from slipping off. Many other adaptive accessories, such as pedals with calf support, are also available.
Small hands? No problem with the TRIX: its special children’s brake levers feature a shorter reach so that young pilots can keep control of the action just as well as the grown-ups. The trike can also be equipped with a hydraulic coaster brake and/or single-hand controls.
The TRIX comes with spoke protectors whose attractive graphics look even cooler when you start to pick up speed. However, their primary purpose is not good looks – or even advertising – but actually safety: they make sure that nothing can get caught in the spokes.
TRIX Features and Equipment:
Fun to the power of 2.
There are at least two good reasons for a PINO tandem bike: you and me. It takes us to the town’s best cookie-dough ice cream and even out into the green countryside, where there’s always a little patch of paradise waiting to be discovered. You’ve got the front row, I’ve got the overview, and we’ve got a fun family adventure. But the best part about the PINO: we always reach our destination as a team!
Easy to mount with a quick-release mechanism: the Children’s Crankset for kids from 3’3” (100 cm) in height. Thanks to the freewheel, the front rider can pedal… but doesn’t have to. Riders from 4’7” (1.40 m) in height can use the adult crankset.
A three-point harness holds the rider securely in place. then they can safely ride “no hands” or hold on to the seat grips.
When the hill’s too steep, or the will too weak… it’s time for Shimano Steps! switch on the powerful mid-motor with the simple press of a button.
The Porter Rack offers not only lots of cargo space, but also a sturdy double kickstand. with this feature, young co-pilots can fidget around in the seat of a parked PINO with no danger of tipping. The protective black and gray Rack Bag keeps all your take-alongs safe and dry.
PINO STEPS Features:
Push forward, pull back: a folding handlebar is super practical. Especially because it makes getting in and out of the seat safer and easier. And with a folded handlebar, the TRETS is smaller for storing or transporting. The brake levers and twist shifter are the perfect sizes for children’s hands.
In the driver’s seat: the 3-point harness ensures safety, the mesh seat cover provides comfortable stability, and the side grips are helpful when getting onto the seat. Here, you’re really sitting pretty!
Pedals with toe clips, straps, and elastic heel straps guarantee good positioning, provide support, and prevent slipping. There are also alternative
pedals and special accessories, like pendulum pedals for children with severely limited mobility. Another ingenious option: the crank shortener is perfect for legs of different lengths or for riders who cannot extend their legs fully.
TRETS Features and equipment:
My TRIX. My TRETS. Our PINO.
Where can you buy our trikes and bikes?
Not online, and definitely not at large discounters. Good bikes need good advice. This is why you will only find the TRIX, TRETS, and PINO at professional bike retailers. The people who work there are very knowledgeable about not only the basic models, but also all available versions and the extensive range of special accessories – and can therefore configure the bike or trike to your needs. We recommend making an appointment so that the shop can reserve enough time for you and your child.