TerraTrike started back in 1995, with $1000 and a sketch on a napkin. Add some space in Jeff Wiswell’s garage in Michigan and the rest is recumbent history. Now the company is having trouble finding enough space. Its workforce keeps growing, as do their production runs. While TT sells models at a range of prices, we find their greatest strength is meeting the demands of the casual rider looking for a moderately priced ride.
Probably the greatest thing about being a TerraTrike dealer is that they market their product creatively and persistently. Nobody is doing more to spread the word about trikes to the masses. A lot of people know about recumbent trikes from TerraTrike’s advertising. They know this ends up with dealers like us selling other brands to customers that TT sent us, and they say “you’re welcome.”
We’ve been selling TerraTrike since 1997 and we love to see what comes next from them. Theirs is a company, and a product, based in a strong culture of fun.