HASE BIKES only builds delta trikes. We’re convinced that it’s the best trike design. Deltas have two wheels in back, and one wheel in front that does the steering. The recumbent seat is positioned in the rear third of the trike between the front and rear axles. This design not only ensures exceptional stability and good traction, but also offers many other advantages.
Small turning radius
Thanks to its geometry, a delta trike can turn on a dime – which can also be helpful when parking.
Good ground clearance
Although delta trikes are recumbents, they have the necessary ground clearance for everyday use. This means you shouldn’t have any trouble riding safely over obstacles like curbs or ramps.
Get into the seat comfortably
When your delta trike is parked on level ground, you can sit down easily on the seat between the rear wheels.
Upright parking allowed! A delta trike can be parked with its front wheel in the air, which saves space indoors and is a real eye-catcher outdoors.
Can be hitched to a bicycle
Perfect for family excursions: With the Trailer Kit, a delta trike (TRIX or KETTWIESELALLROUND) can be hitched to a normal upright bicycle.
Two-wheel drive? No problem!
With a delta trike, most of the weight rests on the rear axle, which translates into good traction for the rear wheels. If you add a Differential, which transfers the power to both rear wheels, it’s even easier to power up steep hills – regardless of the road surface.
Optimal uphill option: a Shimano Steps mid-motor!
Hitchable for tandem use
Two to one: With a Tandem Coupling, you can connect two delta trikes – for towing riders who need a little help, or just for fun.
Thanks to the long frame and the single wheel in front that does the steering, it is possible to offer models with intuitive above-seat handlebars (TRIGO UP).
At eye level with car drivers
A high seat (extra high: with LEPUS) means more visibility. And more visibility means more safety. Nevertheless, it’s always a good idea to ride with a safety flag!