More and more electric trikes have been hitting the market and I think it is time to highlight some of these new light electric vehicles.
This guide will focus on upright electric trikes. Here is a guide to recumbent electric trikes.
First off, let’s checkout some of the new high tech “tilting” electric trikes. Yes, you can lean them into corners!
Butchers & Bicycles MK1 Electric Trike
The name is a bit weird but it is a result of the company being based in the meat packing district in Copenhagen.
This tilting electric cargo trike with a mid drive e-bike system is pretty high tech! Checkout this video to get an idea of what the MK1 is like:
Kaylad-e Electric Trike
This is a tilting electric trike with a mid drive, similar to the Butchers & Bicycles MK1.
Right now the Kaylad-e is a concept e-trike and it is unknown as to whether it will become a production e-trike.
Checkout this video for more information on the Kaylad-e:
Here is a link to more information and pictures of the Kaylad-e.
Traditional Up Right E-Trikes
Worksman Trike with EBikeKit
Worksman Cycles has been around since 1898, building their bikes and trikes in the USA.
The Worksman Electric Port-o-Trike is the result of a partnership with E-BikeKit.
This is an economical trike that retails for $1,200.
Here is link to more information on the Worksman Electric Port-o-Trike.
eZip Tri-Ride Electric Trike
The eZip Tri-Ride is made by Currie Technologies and provides an upright trike with seat back.
Here is a link to more information on the eZip Tri-Ride. The eZip Tri-Ride retails for $1,399.
That is it for right now. I will add more e-trikes to this guide as I come across them.
Please let me know of other electric trikes that I should add to this guide.
And remember to checkout the recumbent electric trike guide too.
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