Adaptive trike? Yes, but still cool. The new TRETS, like the TRIX, has under-seat steering, which is both safe and easy to use. Young riders feel pretty cool with their “lowbars” – and they are! For kids who prefer above-seat steering, like on a bike, optional “highbars” are also available – and give the new TRETS a classic “Easy Rider” look!
Young trikers grow fast, but the new TRETS can grow with them: It’s adjustable for all kids between 3’3” and 5’3” in height (1–1.6 m). For stepless length adjustment, all you have to do is open a lever and slide the seat into the appropriate position – without tools and without having to shorten the chain! This adjustment system is made possible by a special modular design that was inspired by the TRIGO.
And now for the wow factor: If the TRETS’ poison-green finish wasn’t eye-catching enough – the trike comes with a set of funky decals! Kids can choose between wild dinosaur or pink “Glam.” Neither is meant for girls or boys only – everyone can choose the decals they like most!
Medical-aid number? Finally! As a delta trike with a low center of gravity, the TRETS is extremely stable, which means that riders can get into the seat with no scary wobbling. The pedals with toe clips and straps, as well as elastic heel straps, guarantee good foot positioning and prevent slipping. The five-point harness keeps little ones in their seat – making the trike ideal for riders who are unable to hold themselves upright, for kids with the fidgets, and for anxious parents.
The TRETS can also be customized with a wide range of special accessories. For example, there are even Pendulum Pedals for children with severely limited mobility. Another ingenious option: The Crank Shortener is perfect for legs of different lengths or for when the knees cannot be fully extended.
Family friendly? Yes, uncompromisingly so. Remove the front wheel, attach the draw bar, and the trike is in trailer mode. Then it can be hitched to one of the parents’ bikes for long bike tours or for towing tired toddlers home from nursery school. And last but not least: an optional Guide Bar is also available. Any parent could tell you why…