Recumbent trikes are becoming one of the fastest growing segments of the cycling industry….and for good reason. From Portland to Savanna, the rail-trail movement is sweeping the country. Over the past few years, trike materials (yes, we do like our titanium) and technology have improved dramatically. And with low maintenance components like planetary gear systems, drum brake hubs, and electric assist, convenience and ease-of-use are at an all-time high.

The proof, as we say, is in the pedaling. Here’s a sampling of some top-notch regional and national cycling resources to get you started on the great sport of recumbent triking.

Adaptive Sports and Exercise

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Connecticut Adaptive Cycling

A program that provides adaptive cycles for physically challenged athletes, adults and children.

Mobility in Motion

Mobility in Motion’s mission is to create the perfect trike for each rider through proper adjustment and customization. Riders with special needs will appreciate the many modifications we can make.

Adaptive Sport and Recreation

Our mission is to promote and educate about adaptive sport and recreation for individuals with disabilities.

Children & Adult Mobility Project (C.A.M.P)

Military Ambulation Project: C.A.M.P. seeks to provide the latest revolutionary physical therapy equipment, developed by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in partnership with Enduro Medical Technology, to severely injured soldiers still arriving almost daily from Iraq & Afghanistan.

Rails to Trails and Bike Friendly Communities

A partial listing of some of the best cycle paths and cycling organizations in New England and across the USA.

Connecticut >>

Farmington Valley Trails Council

A terrific source of information and maps on central Connecticut’s excellent network of trails.

Farmington Canal Rail-to-Trail Association

Covers the southern Connecticut section of the 84-mile long Farmington Canal Heritage Trail.

Charter Oak Greenway

A paved multi-use trail that runs from East Hartford, CT to Bolton, CT.

Bike Walk Simsbury

Designated as the first Bicycle-Friendly Community (BFC) in Southern New England by the League of American Bicyclists.

Bike Walk South Windsor

The newest town in Connecticut (2012) to be named as a Bicycle-Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.

Massachusetts >>

Norwottuck Rail Trail

Following a former Boston & Main Railroad route, this 11-mile path links up Northampton, Hadley, and Amherst. Mingle with the students.

Cape Cod Canal Bikeway

13.5 miles of smooth, level pavement at the entrance to the Cape that stretches between the Bourne and Sagamore bridges.

Cape Cod Rail-Trail

One of the first rail-trails on the East Coast. 22 miles long. Begins in South Dennis.

Minuteman Bikeway

A popular 11-mile trail running through the suburbs of Boston.

Rhode Island >>

Blackstone River Bikeway

An 11.8 long stretch running through Providence county, with plans to extend the trail another 36 miles, all the way to Worcester.

East Bay Bike Path

The first multi-town bike path in the Ocean State. 14.5 miles in length from Providence to Bristol.

Washington Secondary Bike Path

Four paved trails linked together to create a 14.2 mile trail from Cranston to Coventry.

Vermont >>

Missisquoi Valley Rail-Trail

Environmentally-conscious Vermonters won’t be left behind with this 26.1 mile long crushed stone trail from St. Albans to Richford.

South Burlington Rec Paths

A cool ride 21.2 mile paved ride alongside beautiful Lake Champlain.

New Hampshire >>

Nashua River Rail Trail

A tranquil rural trail that begins in Ayer, MA and extends 12.3 miles up to Nashua, NH.

Monadnock Branch Rail-Trail

7.2 miles of asphalt and gravel extending from the NH-MA state line to Jaffrey.

Maine >>

Acadia National Park trails

A spectacular 57 mile long network of crushed stone carriage roads financed by none other than John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Breathtaking vistas, where the land meets the sea.

Four Seasons Adventure Trail

A 26.5 mile trail of crushed stone, dirt, and sand that runs between Newport and Dover-Foxcroft.

New York >>

Harlem Valley Rail Trail

Explore rolling farm fields and dense woods on this beautiful 14.4 mile long paved trail running from Millerton to Copake Falls.

Clarence Pathways

Four trails from Clarence to Akron, linked together to create a 16.7 mile long paved trail.

Dutchess Rail Trail

Explore rural Duchess County on this 10.6 mile long asphalt and gravel trail.

National >>

East Coast Greenway

A 3000 mile route stretching all the way from Maine to Florida. More than 25% of the route is traffic free.


The mother lode of national trail listings, run by the progressive Rails-to-Trails Conservancy.

League of American Bicyclists

Formerly known as the League of American Wheelmen, this national organization has been promoting bicycle use since 1880! Gaining in political stature, they are the voice of America’s 57 Million cyclists.