Terra Trike showed some of its news for this season last year at the fair Recumbent Cycle-Con including a new Rambler with all 24″ wheels. Terra Trike took advantage of the popularity of his Rambler All Terrain, which also had 24″ wheels but nobby tires. So they redesigned the basic Rambler as well and it has 24″ wheels all around now too. Read the press release from Michigan.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — From your favorite paved trail to a variety of terrains, the new Rambler by TerraTrike is the fastest, most capable and comfortable all road trike ever made.

The new Rambler gets a more athletic stance to improve stability and dynamic handling over mixed surfaces. The frame is an upgraded chromoly frame for a snappy, compliant ride while the larger-diameter 24” wheels and higher-volume 2.15 tires give the new Rambler a velvety smooth and stable feeling for a variety of riding experiences.

“The original Rambler opened up a whole new world of trike riding for trikers looking for a more comfortable way to ride,” said TerraTrike Marketing Director Marshall Randall. “The new Rambler defines the next generation of trikes, with more composed handling, a tighter turning radius, a multitude of compatible frame packs and touring accessories and a 400-pound capacity.”

A wide-ratio (11-42t) 9-speed drivetrain with a simple single ring up front offers intuitive shifting with enough range to make it over the punchiest climbs. The big wheels create more inertia and less rolling resistance for incredible stability at speed while also raising the seat height to a comfortable 17.5” for easier mounts and dismounts.

A seat recline adjustment of 40-70 degrees allows a wide range of users to dial in fit, while the steel seat frame and ventilated mesh promise comfort and durability for years of hard service. Mechanical disc brakes provide long-lasting, consistent stopping power in all conditions.

A premium trike is the pinnacle of comfort and stability. For the cyclist who wants to do a little bit of everything, without being constrained to paved roads, the new Rambler is an easy win. MSRP is $1,799.