Ok, I know it says Bike Brake on the product and on the packaging, but it makes a fantastic trike brake. Actually, if you don't have a kickstand on your two-wheeler, this little gem will help stop that sickening death-spiral your bent will sometimes do when you stop for a break. Very stretchy and durable, the Bike Brake also works great when doing maintenance on your shifting (locking the front wheel) or even when you store it! A cheap safety item.
A cool way to extend your taillight on your Catrike, ICE, or any other bent with a 1" horizontal tube. Angled 8" up and out, this lightweight aluminum mount gets your favorite taillight away from and above your shoulders. We offer two tubing sizes, 5/8" and 7/8" to better fit some of the different clamp sizes out there. Taillight not included.
If you have an adjustable seat Catrike and just want a little more upright seating, this is the ticket. We've found this very successful especially with those having upper neck issues. Machined here a Power On Cycling, this little gem will sometimes make the difference between comfort and pain. Easily swap out your existing seat extender with two Allen wrenches.
Want to use a pair of SRAM Triggers or Shimano Rapid Fires on your favorite Cat? Now you can without sacrificing comfort or adjustability. This pair of handlebars gives you the vertical handlebar riser and beautifully bent 7/8" handlebar and handlebar clamp. You just clamp them to your Catrike horizontal bar and you're off to the races! The horizontal hand position is extremely comfortable and provides a unique sense of stability. We actually have been making these in one form or another with some of our handicapped clients. I'll have to say, Commander Shak (whose trike is pictured in the features) is the one that drove me to take another look at these. Available in environmentally friendly silver or powder coated black.
We do a lot of work with folks needing special assistance when they ride their Catrikes. We try our best to make that experience as safe and as comfortable as possible. One of the big challenges with many of our customers is entry and exit. This includes those with prosthetics, those who have had knee or hip replacements, or those who just don't have the leg strength just yet. Our exit assist bars go a long way to helping with those issues. Built of 6061 aluminum, these bars are lightweight yet very functional. They clamp securely onto the horizontal handlbar mount on the Catrike. A two bolt clamp allows you to swing them left and right to fit different sized riders and then securely clamp them in place. Midway up the bar is another two bolt clamp giving you both vertical adjustment and a flat yawing of the actual grip part of the bar. If you own a newer Catrike with the left or right hand mirror mount, you'll need to remove those. There's not enough room for everything on your horizontal stem and the ends of our exit bars are a convenient place to mount your mirrors. We've found that installing a T Bar or similar device in the derailleur tube often leads to problems. This is so far forward that when your rear end leaves the seat, the front of the trike will dip sharply to the ground often leading to a tumble. A simple yet elegant solution to make your already fun triking experience a safer and less painful one. Sold as a pair.
This is the best headrest for Catrike's models with a fixed seat angle: 700, Expedition, Speed, Road, older Trails, Villagers, and Dash. A strong headrest for a strong trike. Fully adjustable fore, aft, up, and down. Mounts to the side of the horizontal tube to cross neatly around rear racks! Our improved neck pad comes with a 4" thickness made from super high quality foam. Pad is easily removeable for replacement down the road. Available in two lengths: Short length 8" long and long length (10" long. If you need a special length, just call me and we'll make that for you. We include a plastic shim piece to go between your Catrike and our headrest mount to help protect your paint. We've also included a nifty taillight mounting area to help get that light up and into their field of vision. This can also serve as a nice way to pick the tail end of your trike up and pivot it around!
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