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ICE Adventure HD 20 E-Assist, Rigid, Rear Suspension, Full Suspension

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    About This Item

    Phone: 800 561-6670


    Made in United Kingdom

    Check Out Our Trikes on Special Page

    Fast track trikes are a great spec for most riders, they feature reliable wide range gearing, our most popular brakes and our on the road pack to give you all the basics you need to get out on the road or trail. Ordering a Fast Track trike is much simpler than a custom order, just pick the suspension level and your accessories and we choose the rest.
    - Blue 20 inch rigid rear frame with compact flat twist fold
    - ICE Ergo-Luxe seat
    - Sturmey Archer 90mm drum brakes
    - Shimano Deore 30 speed drivetrain
    Complete with on the road pack including:-
    - Rear mudguard (fender), Shimano XT SPD touring pedals, Mirror (with mount), ICE flag.

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    ICE Adventure, Posted on June 13, 2015

    ICE trike originally hand no intention on producing an Adventure 26"

    or Sprint 26" trike with suspension. People buy ICE trike for a lot of

    different reasons, some people for the quality, some for the ride, some

    for seating position and some for the ability to fold. For ICE the 20''

    wheel just makes so much good sense. Some of the advantages to the

    Adventure 20'' and Sprint 20'' suspended trikes are that they folds so

    nice and small. The trike is lighter with the 20'' rear wheel and you do

    not have to carry two different size inter tubes with you in case of a

    flat tire. If you live in a hilly area like where ICE is located in the

    United Kingdom, simply a 26'' wheel will raise your gear ratio making it

    too difficult to climb steep hills for some people. So why now are they

    producing a 26'' suspended rear wheel trike? Simply because customers

    demand it. I live in the Midwest, I am a very young and fit fifty year

    old and have raced two wheel bicycle for most of my life. I raced BMX

    bike all over the country and even mountain biked before there were

    front shocks. Today I still love bike riding and still love going stupid

    fast, but when it comes to the ride, give me that suspension and 26''

    rear wheel so I can go farther and faster without feeling beat up at the

    end of the day.

    Frame: The frame on the ICE Trike is 100% 4130 Crome-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 that ICE.

    Paint: The ICE paint jobs are fantastic; there is no one in the bike

    industry that is better. All the other brands of trikes in the industry

    just hope they can do as good of a job as the ICE paint jobs. ICE offers

    three colors on most of the Adventure trike models, blue, red and


    Drive Train: The shifting is superb on the Adventure, ICE choose a

    premium SRAM drive train 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, mating the SRAM X-5

    twist type shifters.

    Brakes: ICE chose the Sturmey Archer Drum brakes and Tektro brand brake

    levers. This combination stops the trike more consistently than disc

    brakes because the brake surface and brake pads never get wet. I have no

    issue with the Sturmey Archer drum brakes, they are simple, reliable

    and easy to adjust, and stop well. ICE has a quick release wheel kit

    which makes removing the wheels a snap. ICE chose to add a parking brake

    to the rear wheel and a remote shifter to control the brake. This works

    well and is easier to work with for some people rather than the locking

    brake levers used by some other trike manufactures.

    Seat: The seat height on the Adventure is higher than most other brands

    have to offer. I will have to say the seat angle on the Adventure is the

    most adjustable I have found. The seat angle will adjust from 42 to 49

    degrees which make the Adventure seat one of the most upright. Now on to

    the seat mesh, ICE has been way ahead of their competition when it

    comes to the seat mesh. 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: One thing I do with every trike is to see how far I can push it

    into a turn to test the trikes stability. It can be some what fun to

    find out where that point is where you end up on a two wheel trike

    rather than three wheel trike. Just about any trike can be prodded into

    lifting a wheel if pushed far enough. The wider you make the trike and

    the more reclined you sit, the harder it is to get that wheel to come

    up. With the Adventure FS I would not call this trike glued to the

    ground but for normal riding it is very stable. If you want that feeling

    where I can take a corner at any speed the Sprint or better yet the

    Vortex is the trike for you. 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.

    In conclusion: I found the Adventure FS 26 to be one of the most

    comfortable trikes I have ever ridden. The workmanship is flawless and

    all accessories fit perfectly. Is this the perfect trike for everyone?

    Probably not but it is close to being the perfect trike for most trike

    customers. If you are the casual trike rider and want to set more

    upright the Adventure is for you. If you are going to ride it like you

    just stole it, then you would want to be on the Sprint or Vortex.

    Pros: High seat and very adjustable angle, amazingly comfortable ride,

    great fit and finish. Top drawer quality on all aspect of the trike and


    Cons: Really none. Buy the trike to fit your riding style Adventure, Sprint or Vortex.