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Raleigh Bikes Tristar 3-Speed Trike

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  • Steel step through frame makes for easy on/off
  • Stormy Archer 3 speed internal geared hub for low maintenance
  • Front V brake with parking lock; rear coaster brake
  • Rear rack holds up to 45 lbs.
  • Pedals included; limited lifetime warranty on the frame for as long as the original retail purchaser owns the bicycle

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With superb stability, the Raleigh Trista 3-speed is ready for your next adventure. The 24” wheel in the front and the two 20” rear wheels keep the Trista 3-speed stable enough to ride around town yet narrow enough to fit through an exterior door for easy storage. Your clothing will stay clean and dry thanks to the front fender and the chain guard. A lock on the front brake makes parking easy. The Raleigh Comfort Tractor Saddle keeps the ride smooth and enjoyable. Whether you are taking a spin around the neighborhood, to the grocery store, or to the local park for a picnic, the Trista 3-speed will get you there in style.

Product details

  • Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 43 x 29 x 10 inches; 73 Pounds
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ 14-2400000
  • Department ‏ : ‎ Unisex-adult
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ November 13, 2018
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Raleigh USA
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07KGGSSM5
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.2 out of 5 stars 93 ratings

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Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2017
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4.0 out of 5 stars It Takes Some Getting Used To - But I Like It!
By Pamela V on April 5, 2017
I always wanted an adult trike and could not wait to get this one. I pictured myself riding like the wind, making quite a spectacle of myself. I did make a spectacle of myself, but mostly because I crashed and burned. I should have done some research on how to ride a trike. But let's start at the beginning.

It took my husband almost 3 hours to put the Raleigh Bikes Tristar 3-speed trike together. The instructions say it can take as little as 30 minutes, if you are experienced at assembling bikes. It took my husband 30 minutes to get all the parts out of the box.

He had an especially hard time getting the handle grips on.

After assembly, the seat was adjusted for my height. I was enthused and ready to go.

I should have have practiced turning on a flat surface. This bike is not meant for grassy surfaces, uneven surfaces, or hills. Do not even get me started on hills.

First, the bike has 3 speeds, but even at the first speed, which is supposed to be the easiest, this trike is hard to get going. Standard mechanisms used for bicycles do not work with a trike. For instance, standing up on the pedals. All this does with a trike is make the rear wheels spin.

My first attempt at riding about 20 feet steered me right into a bush. I had no control over which way the bike turned. It felt unstable and unbalanced. Sure, you don't fall over when you are sitting still, but maneuvering the trike is different than on a bike. I practiced a few minutes in my yard, then headed out to the road. On top of the hill, we turn right. Not knowing I had to lean my body left, as only the back right tire has any control over the bike, I used my body to steer right like you would a bicycle, and the bike toppled over, down the hill, into a ditch. I was scratched up, and everything in the basket was in the weeds.

Nervous but determined to master this thing, I got back on the trike and continued on. I found a flat surface and did some figure eights, practicing my turns. It's unique and does take practice. No more spills but getting speed was never easy.

Coming back up the hill was a bad experience. The trike is very heavy. I could not get the trike up the hill, and couldn't get off the trike to push it. Pushing a trike is very hard. The back tires do not allow you to walk along side and push it. Also, because of the trikes weight, pushing it was not an option. I got on the trike and slowly maneuvered it up the hill and back home.

Part of the reason I had such a bad experience is that I am out of shape. Another part is that I simply did not realize that riding a trike requires skills different than those used when riding a bike. I didn't realize that the trikes weight would be an obstacle. Hills are not pleasant.
Finally, the rear tires have to be on level surfaces. I live in the country and our roads aren't level. If your back tires are on gravel, grass, and pavement, be careful.

On a plus side, the seat is very comfortable. Big and comfortable for any out of shape behind.

There is a hand brake on the left handlebar and you can use foot brakes too. I never really went fast enough to have to brake. Getting going was the problem. And turning. And the weight of the trike.

So yes, I am quite disappointed in myself. But I will be back out again tomorrow, trying to get better at this trike thing. My recommendations for anyone new to riding trikes is to ride it on evenly paved surfaces or boardwalks. Find a parking lot and practice turning and doing figure 8's. Avoid hills at all costs.

Riding a trike is a skill I never knew existed. I just assumed it would be easier than riding a bike. Even my husband had a hard time, and he's very athletic and rides his bike every day.

This is made for leisure rides in the park, on pavement or wood surfaces. There's no off-road adventures on this thing. Not for a while, anyway. Just know what you are getting into when buying a trike. The trike is heavy, and gives you a workout when riding it on anything other than flat, smoothly paved surfaces.
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