Note: As of late 2018 there has been shake-up in ICE Sprint/Sprint-X nomenclature. All “Sprint” models are now “Sprint-X” models, but the “Sprint-X” has the lightweight racing wheels while the “Sprint-X Tour” has the touring wheelset. Whatever. The difference between the Sprint and Sprint-X was pretty superficial, as is the difference between Sprint-X and Sprint-X Tour. We might just identify these trikes by their previous names. We hope this doesn’t confuse people, but it wouldn’t be the first time.
Take a Sprint frame, give it speed-specific component and a highly reclined shell seat and you have the Sprint-X… a fast folding trike. If you want the speed like that of an ICE VTX or Catrike 700 but you need it to pack, this is the trike to look at. We don’t usually stock the Sprint-X with all its racy parts, but we’ll have a Sprint and we can install a shell seat, so you’ll get a feel for it.
Taking a hard look at it, the only thing that actually differentiates the Sprint-X from the Sprint is the wheels. The Sprint-X is only available for a 700c rear wheel. (Nothing would stop you from fitting a 700c wheel on a Sprint-X Tour, though this isn’t advertised.) Really, the Sprint design is highly versitile, and the Sprint-X mainly concentrates the go-fast parts on it. We’ll detail that parts spec below, but realize that nothing keeps you from changing it.
Our price: Using our selected spec, depending on suspension, $5,100 to $7,900. (you might hazard a guess about what “X” stands for…)
The practical cousin to the VTX, the Sprint X is likely to be the fastest foldable trike available. Highly customisable with suspension, seating and accessories to create the ultimate road tourer or commuter. The Sprint X extends the precision engineering and design of the standard Sprint range by utilising race-specification components. All trikes in the ICE Sprint X range are built on an optimised ICE frame featuring Compact Flat Twist Fold, No Brake Steer, and Rider Positioning System.
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