Terratrike Rambler Recumbent Trike

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    The new TerraTrike Rambler Recumbent Trike sleek styling, higher and adjustable seat position, and round tubing will make the TerraTrike Rambler surrly one of our most popular tricycles. The Rambler takes the best from our super popular Rover and Tour II models and blends them together for one unbelievable tricycle.

    The new improved Rambler frame has more adjustability and comfort than ever before. Fabricated from super high quality round chro-moly steel tubing and an adjustable aluminum boom, the Rambler's frame is both sleek and stylish. We've kept the same direct steering as our Rover tricycle and comfort-grip style horizontal handlebars. The Rambler has a shortened over all length and wheel base more similar to the Cruiser making it one of our best handling tricycles.

    The new and improved TerraTrike adjustable seat can be recline from 40 to 90 degrees which allows you to set the angle to you personal preference. The seat is 15.5" high, which is a full 5" taller than most tricycles. Similar to our Rover, the seat also slides along the frame which allowing for quick adjustments for riders of similar leg lengths. This Rambler seat is easy to get in and out of and adjusts easily in seconds.

    The Rambler has a very small turning radius, even smaller than most traditional upright bicycles. With the Rambler's small turning radius and nimble handling it makes it a snap for the Rambler to go almost anywhere. The Rambler now comes with a locking brake levers. The locking brake levers help with getting into and out of the Rambler and allows you to park your Rambler on a hill with no worries.

    The Rambler has a capable of carrying 300 Lbs.

    With the new Rambler design we have saved a full 5 pounds over the Rover. The new Rambler model is available in three different component levels:

    Specifications Rover Rambler Tour II
    Frame
    Material
    Hi-Ten Steel 4130 Chromoly Steel 4130 Chromoly Steel
    Steering
    System
    Direct Direct Linkage
    Seat
    Type
    Chromoly Steel Frame w/ Nylon
    Cover
    6061 T6 Aluminium Frame With
    Breathable Mesh
    6061 T6 Aluminium Frame With
    Breathable Mesh
    Seat
    Adjustment
    11.5" Fore/Aft 35-70 Degree
    Recline
    13" Fore/Aft 40-70 Degree
    Recline
    9.5" Fore/Aft 54-85 Degree
    Recline
    Boom
    Type
    Adjustable Boom Adjustable Boom Interchangeable 3 Sizes
    Wheelbase
    Length
    Overall
    Length (medium)
    Track
    Width
    Overall
    Width**
    Bottom
    Bracket Height
    Seat
    Height
    Total Weight (lbs.) 47(8 Sp Int) 37(8 speed) 37.5(8 speed)
    44(8 Sp
    Ext)
    37(base) 38(base)
    49(Auto) 37.5(GT) 38.5(GT)
    Combined
    Load Limit (lbs.)
    400***
    Turning
    Dimensions*
    9' 11" Diameter 9' 11" Diameter 14' 11" Right / 15' 9"
    Left
    Component Levels Available 8 Speed External Int 8 Spd Base
    8 Speed
    Internal
    Base GT
    NuVinci GT
    COMPONENT GROUP LEVELS
    Ext 8 Speed NuVinci Base
    Drive
    System
    Derailleur Internal Derailleur
    Number of
    Speeds (Stock)
    8 CVT
    Gear
    Inch Range
    Pedals
    Type
    Standard Platform Standard Platform Standard Platform
    Crankset/Rings Alloy Single Black 170mm 38t Alloy Single 170mm 42t Forged FSA Tempo Triple 170mm
    30/42/52t
    Bottom Bracket RPM Sealed Square Taper RPM Sealed Square Taper RPM Sealed Square Taper
    Chain
    Type
    KMC Z72 8 Speed KMC Z72 8 Speed KMC Z72 8 Speed
    Front
    Derailleur
    N/A N/A Microshift FD-R438 Triple
    Rear
    Derailleur
    MicroShift RD-M45L 8 Sp N/A MicroShift RD-M45L 8 Sp
    Cassette
    Size
    Sram PG-830 11-30 8 Speed 20t Cog Sram PG-830 11-30 8 Speed
    Shifters
    Set
    Microshift DS85-8 Twist NuVinci CVT Shifter Microshift DS85-8 Twist
    Brake
    Levers
    Promax Linear Pull, Locking Promax Linear Pull, Locking Promax Linear Pull, Locking
    Brake
    Set
    Alhonga Mechanical Alhonga Mechanical Alhonga Mechanical
    Wheel Set TerraTrike Silver Single Wall TerraTrike Black Single Wall TerraTrike Silver Single Wall
    Tires/Size CST Reflective 40 PSI 20 X 1.5 CST Reflective 40 PSI 20 X 1.5 CST Reflective 40 PSI 20 X 1.75
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    On These
    Rover Rover Traveler
    Frame
    Models
    Rambler
    Tour II
    Sportster
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    Dimensions In Inches. Specifications and Components Subject To Change Without
    Notice.
    * Turning
    Dimensions are from the centerline of the trike. NOTE: The fore or aft setup
    of the seat may change the turning dimensions slightly.
    ** Can be
    up to 3" wider depending on position of horizontal handlebars.
    ***
    Heavier? Call us to discuss.

    Click Here for a review of the TerraTrike Rambler

    Key Features

    • Higher Seat - Easy On and Off
    • Fully Adjustable Seat & Frame
    • Direct Steering
    • Tighter Turning Radius
      TerraTrike Gear Ratio Chart
    • Locking Brake Levers
    • Disc Brakes
    • 8, 24 or 27 Speeds
    • One Size Fits Most
    • Decal Pack Lets You Pick Color
    • Round Chromoly Steel Frame
    • 4 Component Levels
    • 5 Lbs. Lighter Than the Rover
    Rambler Manual
    Adulttricyclereview.com Review
    The TerraTrike Rambler is being refined even further for 2016. The
    Rambler had a big change in 2015. The most noticeable is removal of the
    frame tube from the main tube to the Kingpin. This is really a very nice
    improvement over the 2014 Ramble and current Rover. The new frame
    design allows the rider to get closer to the seat before they sit down,
    which is easier. With the tube being removed, it also makes it easier to
    get off of the trike because you can get your feet more underneath you.
    So, for the 2016 refinement, TerraTrike will be going away from the two
    bushings used on the Kingpin and replacing the bushings with a lower
    bearing and a delrine upper bushing. We got invited to attend the
    TerraTrike open house for their trike dealers. The event is very well
    run and I can’t say enough good things on how the the TerraTrike’s team
    treats their dealers. We got to see all the new 2016 models and got to
    ride all the new models as well. I was the the most impressed by the new
    Rover with the 24 inch wheels all the way around. I was skeptical at
    first and thought the 24 inch wheel would ride only a little bit
    smoother. I also thought the larger front wheels would hamper the
    turning of the trike. I have to say, I was wrong. I was very impressed
    with the improved ride from the 24 inch wheels. I was also surprised
    that I also had no issue with turning ability of the trike.

    Frame: The frame on the Rambler is a non folding
    Chro-moly steel, TIG welded together and come with a 300 lbs capacity.
    The Rambler frame is a full five pounds lighter than the Rover. Other
    big upgrade is the round tubing over the square on the Rover. The
    Rambler boom is made out of aluminum and is independently adjustable
    from the frame. The welding on the frame was precise and consistent with
    no gaps or inconsistency.

    Paint: Something about the paint on the Rambler just
    looks better than the Rover. I am sure both trikes come down the same
    assembly line, but the paint just looks better to me on the Rambler.
    Possibly, it is just the round tubing over the square on the Rover or
    possibly it is just the cool looking orange color. The paint was nice on
    the Rambler, it was applied evenly and consistently, with no thin spots
    or runs.

    Drive Train: The Rambler comes three ways. First, is
    the eight speed internal hub where all the gears are inside the hub of
    the rear wheel. Second, is called the Rambler Base which is a 24 speed
    drivertrain made by a Taiwan manufacture called Microshift. Even though
    you may not have heard of Microshift, they have been building quality
    bicycle drivetrains for quite a while. The Microshift system is just a
    better value and higher quality than the SRAM or Shimano at the same
    price. Third, is the Rambler GT which is a 27 speed drivetrain and uses a
    mixture of higher quality parts from a number of different brands.

    Brakes: The brakes are ProMax mechanical disc brakes,
    which does a fine job stopping the trike on the Rambler eight speed and
    Base models. If you move up to the Rambler GT, you get a higher
    performance braking system, the Avid BB7. The Avid BB7 brakes are my
    favorite non hydraulic disc brake. They just work so well, are very easy
    to adjust and you can get replacement brake pads at just about any bike
    shop. The brake levers have a parking lock where there is a button on
    the brake lever that you can push and lock the brakes in the on
    position.

    Seat: The seat on the Rambler is a simple nylon with
    straps that hold it securely to the seat frame. The seat fabric has been
    upgraded over the Rover. It is much more breathable and comfortable.
    The Rambler seat height is 15 ½ inches, which makes it one of the
    highest seats on the market and it can be adjusted from 40 to 70
    degrees. The seat slides easily along the main tube of the frame for
    people with different leg lengths. Being able to adjust the seat
    independent from the boom is a nice feature. The rider now has the
    ability to position themselves closer or farther away from the
    handlebars if they choose.

    Ride: The Rambler ride is a nice improvement over the
    Rover. The most noticeable difference was the Ramble is simply smoother.
    It just soaks up the bumps better than the Rover. Other things we like
    are the small turning circle, the Rambler is very nimble and agile. The
    Rambler also has and upright seating position like the Rover. For 2016
    the steering has been improved by adding a bottom bearing to the Kingpin
    and a delrin bushing to the top. This made the steering much lighter
    that the two bushing set up on the 2015 models and older.

    Accessories: Terratrike is one of the best companies
    when it comes to accessories. Terratrike will be including their new
    Heal Sling on all trikes moving forward in 2016. One of the worst things
    that can happen while riding your trike is to have your foot slip off
    the pedal which can cause an accident. In our opinion, just about
    everyone should be riding with clipless pedals and cycling shoes.
    Clipless pedals and shoes are safer and simply more comfortable than
    wearing your standard street shoes. For the people who can not be talked
    into the clipless pedals and shoes, there is the new Heal Sling.
    Terratrike also had a long list of well made accessories like racks,
    neck rest, mudguards, seat pads and mounts for lights and computers.

    In Conclusions: The Rambler is a nice step up from the
    Rover. Even though the seating position is similar, you get a trike that
    is about eight pounds lighter. The Rambler has the ability to go faster
    and is more comfortable than its little brother, the Rover.

    Pros: Easy to get on and off of, breathable seat mesh, and 8, 24 or 27 speed drivetrain to choose from.

    Cons: Direct steering vs Indirect steering. I
    personally prefer the Indirect steering, but both will get you around
    the corner and to your destination. I really did not have any cons with
    the Rambler, about the only thing I could say was possibly pricing on
    the Rambler GT. The pricing on the Rambler GT just did not scream buy
    me, like some other trikes.
    Overall Customer Rating of 1 Reviews:
    Lawrence Indiana

    Terratrike Rambler

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    <p>My Trike: Rambler with lumbar support and headrest, External 24 geared drivetrain, rear rack, Shimano SPD M520 clipless pedals, Schwalbe Marathon HS-420 tires, Pair of Mirrcycle mirrors, Cateye Strada computer on caddy mount. The guys I meet for coffee think I’m nuts. What do they know. I’m moving ahead. God Bless America.</p>