Endeavor Trikes is MOVING!

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Business is great and I need more room so ETC is moving to a new larger facility. With the move I can add another welder, English wheel and refine my build process to an even greater level. The first and only Universal Reverse Trike company in the world just keeps getting better. We plan on being all moved in by Mid Nov and back into full production. Signage on order for the new facility today.

Our new location is 130 W main st suite-C ...

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Biker Triker

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Just one of the enhancements of riding a SportTrike – you can also be a biker! Today we loaded up our 16 speeds and headed off to the state bicycle trail for a bit of fun. Hit some road construction along the way so 3 miles of gravel – who cares gravel is now fun. Put 10 miles on the bikes grabbed 22 geocaches then headed back home and took a nice scenic threw a tree lined (gravel) road.

Great times ...

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Rocky Mountain High

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Well it’s just the way I roll – the world went to Sturgis so we went to Colorado. Enjoyed the mountains, trout streams and fly fishing along with that best of all “Old dirt road” or the Old falls river road. All dirt but very scenic. Only a few pictures as my camera went dead part way up. My wife enjoyed here own kind of Endeavor.

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Endeavor now offering the full 1Z package

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New for 2016 all our Endeavor builds will feature the new Z1 tag as Endeavor is a SportTrike which is not only universal in fit but also in function, It can go from one end of the spectrum to the other. Ride the highway or jump off on the gravel and min maintained roadways. There are no limits.

“Take the Right Turn” with Endeavor 1Z

 

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Wisconsin Rustic Road Challenge

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The beautiful state of Wisconsin has 117 roads designated as “Rustic” they are a mix of paved, gravel and even stream crossings. Do 10 and get a patch 25 and a certificate from the state.
So far I have 17 and the patch. RR51 is gravel and requires 4 stream crossings, RR91 is mostly gravel with deep ruts and deer.
None of this is a problem for Endeavor trikes as they are designed just for this type of riding. Standard ...

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