These aren’t your everyday, kids’ toys – Trike magazine is dedicated to high-powered, high performance and stunningly stylish motor-trikes – think Harley-Davidsons with an extra wheel.
This great mag is full of the fierce, independent attitude that trike riders have, written in an entertaining manner. It brings you all the latest trike related news, gossip and opinion, and covers all the UK bike shows. There’s an impressive array of feature articles in each issue, examining some stunning examples of trikes, and the trike hobby and passion in general. Trike Magazine also features a ‘Trike Jumble’ for buying and selling.
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Trikes? Hah, that's a pansy sounding hobby. You ride around on little kids’ toys and... Oh. Okay. We’re really rather very wrong there, aren’t we?
Trikes and Trike magazine are all about high-powered three wheeled vehicles, handlebar moustaches and plenty of attitude to go with it. You’ll find chunky tyres, flame decals, gleaming chrome and probably more than a few pints of beer in this magazine. When we casually stated ‘think Harleys with an extra wheel’ above, we weren’t joking – a fair proportion of the trikes featured in Trike Magazine are conversions from high powered motorbikes.
We think that Trike magazine has a good sense of humour, and the ability to poke fun at itself where required, something that improves a magazine no end. The trike-spotting feature found in the magazine is a great example of this, featuring a host of photos of readers’ trikes but also readers enjoying Trike magazine in a variety of unusual places – the best one we saw was someone reading Trike magazine whilst floating in the Dead Sea! Perhaps you have to have a good sense of humour to be thrashing around the countryside in what is essentially a slightly ludicrous looking, massively overpowered kids’ toy. Mind you, growing up is highly overrated... NB