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    The True Bicycle Journey six speed adult tricycle has a strong steel frame and a superior ride compaired to a lot of other adult tricycles on the market. The True Bicycle Journey has front and rear hand brakes with the rear being a positive stopping band brake. The True Bicycle Journey tricycle is light, strong, and one of the best quality tricycles on the market today. The Journey tricycle is perfect for people who wish to cruse ther neighborhood or use the tricycle to do there shopping. The Journey can accomidate riders between 4’-6’’ and 6’-2’’. The Journey's low step over frame makes this tricycle ideal for senior citizens, mobility challenged people, and people who have balance issues. Only 63.5 Lbs.

  • Minimum saddle to pedal distance 26 1/4''
    Maximum saddle to pedal distance 33 1/2''
  • Maximum weight capacity 220 lbs
  • Top tube length 24 1/2''
  • Step over height 12 1/2''
  • Basket size 22 1/2'' x 18 1/2'' x 11''
  • Overall length 72''
  • Overall width 32''
  • Weight 63.5 Lbs.
  • Shipping Weight 112 Lbs
  • Box size assembled 83''x36''x36''
  • FrameHigh Tensile Steel, TIG-Welded
    Fork1-1/8'' Hi Tensile Steel, Straight Legs

    Frame Rear UnitHigh Tensile Steel, TIG-Welded
    Rear Unit HardwareRear Unit Hardware (INCLUDES 4 BOLTS, 6 NUTS, 4 WASHERS)6702210
    Rear Unit Bearing

    Rear Unit Axle Complete

    Rear Unit Axle Nut

    Rear Unit Axle Washer

    Rear Unit Axle Spacer

    Shifter
    Shimano 6 Speed Push Button

    HeadsetSteel, Caged Bearings, 28.6

    HandlebarSteel, 23 1/2" Wide x 9" Rise x 25.4mm Clamp, CP
    StemAlloy Adjustable Quill x 60mm Ext, Polished

    GripsRubber, Black
    Brake LeverAlloy, Linear Pull W/Parking Lock, Black/Silver12415
    Front BrakeAlloy, Linear Pull, Silver12108
    Rear Band Brake
    Freewheel16T
    Freewheel
    Shimano 14/28 6 Speed

    Freewheel Adaptor Set ScrewSet Screw for Freewheel Adapter6702201
    Seat Clamp / Binder BoltQuick Release Black
    Seat PostSteel, Extra Long 14'' Chrome
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    Alloy 31.8 Black


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    Saddle12'' Wide, 12 1/2'' Long

    Saddle Hardware

    Crank SetThree Piece Steel, 165mm", CP
    ChainwheelSteel, 36T, CP
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    Chain 1/2" x 3/32", Black
    ChainguardSteel, Painted
    PedalsVP-560, Plastic, 9/16'' Black
    Front HubSteel, with 3/8" Bolt-On Axle, CP38488
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    Front Wheel24" x 1.75 x 36H x 14G Alloy-Trike, Bolt-On
    Rear Wheel24" x 1.75 x 28H x 14G Alloy-Trike, Bolt-On
    Spokes14 Gauge
    Tires24" x 2.125, Black Wall
    Tubes24" x 2.125", Schrader Valve
    Front FenderSteel, Full Wrap, W/Single Strut

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    Steel, Full Wrap, W/Single Strut

    BasketSteel, Vinyl Coated

    Basket HardwareTrike Basket Mounting Hardware6702181

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    Reviewed By Adulttricycletrview.com

    True Bicycle: Journey, Review on January 4, 1017

    The True Bicycles Journey Series of trikes is more versatile than other trikes of similar design. Some of the features that set the Journey above some of the other trikes on the market are; Six speeds, larger rear basket, fenders, more adjustable seat height, wider tires, two hand brakes, and a seat with springs.

    Frame: The frame is made of high tensil steel that is Tig welded together, the welding is clean and consistent. The paint on our test trike is a nice medium blue metallic that was sprayed on evenly and consistently.
    Gearing: Our test trike came with a Shimano six speed derailleur system which worked nicely. Most adult tricycles have only one speed or three speeds, so having a much wider range can come in very handy if it might be hilly where you live.
    Braking: The braking on our Journey trike was handled by the rear band brake that is attached to the rear axle. Band brakes are the most common brakes outside north America and used exclusively in third world countries because of their simplicity and reliability. The Journey also comes with a front V brakes which stopped our trike just fine.
    Seat: The stock seat was wide and comfortable with rear springs underneath, it felt fine for our day testing the trike. The seat and seat pole is the same arrangement that you will find on most any bikes on the market. The seat can be easily adjusted up and down with the seat quick release. This tradition seat/seat pole arrangement let us get the seat much higher than on the Sun Traditional or Trailmate trikes. For people with long legs or people with bad knees, this is a nice advantage over the other trikes on the market. The Journey can also be outfitted with the super wide seat used on the Sun Traditional for an upgrade. If you choose the super wide seat, you will have support rods that come from the seat to the frame like the Sun Traditional Trike. According to the people at True Bicycles, the super wide seat will put the rider farther back on the trike, adding to the trikes stability but limiting the seat height adjustability.

    The Journey tricycle is perfect for shorter riders, it is ideal for people between 4’-6’’ and 6’-2’’. The trike came with 24×2.125 tires which gave the Journey a slightly softer ride and would be a bit better on gravel and loose dirt. Our Journey weighed 63.5 lbs., which is about average for this type of trike.

    Pros: Six speeds to choose from to make pedaling easier. The trike comes with a nice blue metallic paint with front and rear fenders painted to match. We liked the fenders which are about a sixty dollar upgrade on most other trikes. The Journey also came with an adjustable angle handlebar stem so you can easily adjust to get your perfect fit on the trike.

    Cons: A lower step over on the frame may be important for people with mobility issues.
    Best Place to Buy: Your Local Bike shop or www.truebicycles.com

    Overall Customer Rating of 4 Reviews:
    Hamilton Ontario

    My new grocery getter

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    <p>I am really enjoying my Journey Tricycle, it is far superior to my old single speed tricycle. I particularly like that my trike has six speeds. The hills by my home have just become two difficult for me to get up on my old single speed tricycle so having the ability to shift to an easier pedaling gear is a big advantage. I also like the large oversize seat with springs which I have found to be comfortable enough. I also like that the Journey came with an extra-large rear basket. I use my trike for small errands around town and I use it for grocery shopping. Fenders were something I knew I want and they help keep me clean when riding just after it rains and there are puddles on the road.</p><p>I got my trike shipped to me fully assembled, all I had to do was adjust the handle bar and seat for my size.</p>

    Bowling Green, Ky.

    Happy with my trike

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    <p>I shopped around looking for an adult tricycle for riding around my neighborhood and trips to the grocery store. I have compared the True Bicycles Journey to many different brands of similar design and price and found the Journey to be the best value. What set the Journey apart was a larger basket that the Journey came with that was not available on the other brand trikes. The Journey also came with rear fenders and that was an extra charge or simply not available on other brands. The biggest deal was that the Journey was a six speed trike where all other trikes had to be upgraded to get gears installed which added $160-$215 to the cost of those other trikes. My Journey also came with two brakes where some of the other trikes on the market only came with a front brake. I am happy with my trike and have been riding it around my neighborhood a lot.</p>

    Reeding California

    Very happy with my new trike

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    <p>I really like my Journey six speed trike. I had a three speed trike and struggle on the hills, having the extra easier pedaling gears really helps out. I also like the larger basket on the Journey compared to my pervious trike.</p>

    Bar Harbor Main

    True Journey Trike

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    <p>Had a Schwinn trike which turned out to be a piece of Junk. I needed a good quality trike at a reasonable price, so after talking with the people at Industrialbicycles I was recommended to get the True Journey trike. I have been pleased with the Journey, it riders well and came with a big wide seat with springs, three fenders and six speeds which come in handy with some hill by where I live. I primarily use the trike for exercise but the basket is a nice place to carry my purse and a bottle of water. I partially like the blue sparkly paint and the wide tires make me feel safe when I ride accost grass and dirt.&nbsp; The people at Industrialbicycles completely assembled the trike and shipped it to me in a large box, all I had to do is adjust the handlebars and it was ready to ride. </p>