ICE Sprint 26 Folding Recumbent Trike

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Made in United Kingdom

Price: $2,957.00
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    The ICE Sprint 26 folding trike is the ultimate fusion of sporting performance and long-distance comfort. With a mid-height seating position and ICE’s renowned handling the Sprint is a trike which has to be explored. All Sprint models are available with an X-type upgrade, giving race-specification components

    ICE Sprint Features:Folding: The ICE Trike folds quickly and easily without the need for any tools.

    Rider Positioning System: The ICE Trike Ride Positioning System ensures your trike is individually customized to fit you.

    Wide Range Gearing: The ICE Trike acclaimed wide range custom gearing allow you to climb the steepest hills and ride the fastest decent.

    Folded height 19.3"-24"(490mm-610mm)

    Folded length 39.4"-46.8"(1000mm-1190mm)

    Folded width 31.5"(800mm)

    Ground clearance (ride height adjusted) 3"(75mm)

    Overall height 23.2"-25.6" (590mm-650mm)

    Overall length 70.1"-78.7" (1780mm-2000mm)

    Overall weight (from) 35.8lbs (16.2kg)

    Overall width 31.5" (800mm)

    Rider size range 35" - 50" (889mm - 1270mm)

    Rider weight limit 275lbs (125kg)

    Seat angle adjust 36 - 42 degrees

    Seat depth 9.8" (250mm)

    Seat height 8.1" (205mm)

    Seat width 15" (380mm)

    Track width 29.5" (750mm)

    Turning circle 16'4" (5m)

    Wheel base 41.5" (1055mm)

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    Reviewed by Adulttricyclereview.com

    ICE Sprint FS, Posted on November 13, 2015

    While there are faster trikes out there and trikes with more

    suspension travel, ICE has positioned the Sprint right down the middle

    between comfort and all out performance. The ICE Sprint is available in a

    variety of configurations. First is a rigid frame with a 26 inch rear

    wheel. Second is a rear suspension and rigid front end with either 20

    inch or 26 inch rear wheel. Third is a front and rear suspension with

    either 20 inch or 26 inch rear wheel. ICE offers all three

    configurations in an “X” version. An “X” version is the same, just built

    with no compromised high end parts. The ICE Sprint is one of my

    favorite trikes, the workmanship in all ICE trikes are second to none.

    Frame: The main frame on the ICE Sprint is 100% 4130

    Chro-moly steel TIG welded together. I would have to say the welds are

    beautiful and of the highest quality in the industry. You will not be

    able to find any manufacturer building a better quality frame than ICE.

    Paint: The ICE paint jobs are fantastic. The paint jobs are just

    perfect. It just not possible to do anything better. ICE offers three

    colors on most of the Sprint trike models, blue, red and black.

    Drive Train: The shifting is superb on the Sprint, ICE

    chose a premium SRAM drivetrain combination with nine gears to choose

    from in the rear and three in the front, for a total of twenty seven.

    The SRAM X-7 front and rear derailleur performed flawlessly. ICE mateded

    the SRAM X-7 derailleurs with the SRAM X-5 twist type shifters.

    Brakes: ICE chose my favorite mechanical disc brake

    system the Avid BB7 brakes with the Tektro disc brake levers. This

    combination stopped the trike consistently and had no brake rub. I have

    no issue with the mechanical brakes and I am a big Avid fan. They are

    simple, reliable and easy to adjust. A super convenient feature of the

    Avid mechanical brakes are that each brake pad can be adjusted

    independently, so you can reallyily dial in your brake adjustment. ICE

    trike use a rear “V” brake and a remote lever for it’s parking brake.

    The parking brake works very well and is very easy to use.

    Seat: The seat height on the Sprint is a low 8 inches

    and the angle is adjustable from 37 to 44 degrees. Sprint seat fabric is

    the best in the industry, they are way ahead of their competitors. The

    seat mesh is breathable on the back, so your back does not get so hot

    and sweaty and the bottom is breathable as well. ICE put in a breathable

    foam pad in the bottom of the seat to give you some extra support, plus

    extra comfort. The sides of the seat mesh have just the right amount of

    extra padding to not only cushion you from the seat frame, but also

    helps hold you in the seat a bit.

    Ride: There are a lot of good trike manufacture out

    there building premium trikes and ICE is one of the companies at the top

    of that list. The ride and handling on the Sprint is simply awesome.

    Riding the full suspension Sprint, you will instantly notice the

    suspension smoothing out the ride. Both the front and rear suspension is

    easily adjustable. The rear suspension can easily be adjusted by moving

    the elastomer up or down on the swingarm. The elastomer also can also

    easily be changed out to one that is stiffer or softer depending on your

    personal wants and needs. I have rode all the ICE Sprint models and

    they all feels glued to the ground around corners, even the full

    suspension version. I thought how can I test the ICE Sprint’s front

    suspension in the the most extreme condition? Lets just do everything

    that you should not do on a trike. So I went out to find a down hill

    section and headed down. When I got some speed built up I turned hard

    and braked at the same time knowing just what could happen. I was very

    surprised, the trike seem to know that I was about to do something

    stupid. I thought the front suspension would dive under during hard

    braking, especially going down hill and into a turn but that just never

    happened. The Sprint full suspension was just super stable and gave me a

    very confident feel after my test. The indirect steering that ICE

    offers is precise and accurate, the feeling is light and you do not have

    to use much effort to make the trike go where you want it to go. Living

    in the Midwest our roads and paths are quite bumpy, for my personal

    taste. I like the full suspension best with either the 20 inch or 26

    inch rear wheel. Yeah, The full suspension is more money and Yeah, ICE

    trike can get expensive, but man you can’t take that money with you to

    the grave. So what are you waiting for? You should live large, treat

    yourself to something way cool every now and then, and you will be happy

    you did on down the road.

    In conclusion: The ICE hit the nail in the head with

    the Sprint. The Sprint is lively, fun, comfortable and handles

    fantastic, everything you would want in a trike. The Sprint is very

    stable, if you are a person who wishes to ride the trike like you stold

    it, you will really like the sprint.

    Accessories: ICE is one of the best companies when it

    comes to accessories. ICE has just about everything you would ever want

    to add to your trike.

    Pros: Fantastic handling, and comfort with some of the bust build quality in the industry.

    Cons: This trike is fantastic. There is not one thing I

    can knock this trike on. The seat height of 8 inches may be to low for

    some people.