Greenspeed GT20 Green Recumbent Trike
Available for In Store Pickup Only. Please call 800-233-4340 to inquire about availability, if you are not located within driving distance to Stevens Point, WI.
The Greenspeed GT20 is exceptionally easy to ride. Introduced at the 2015 Recumbent Cycle-Con show in Cincinnati, four different riders claimed it was the best trike at the show, and the guy who bought the 1st prototype claimed he could climb hills in two gears higher than he could on his other 4 trikes.
A carefully engineered light-weight frame, low rolling resistance tires, and an efficient drive train provide exceptional performance, which makes this trike a real joy to ride. Whether one uses it for commuting, touring, or just exercising and having fun!
- Light, accurate steering with a tight turning radius.
- Seat is adjustable for height and angle with quick release levers.
- Stiff, light frame reduces frame flex.
- Bar End shifters make gear changes easy.
- Easy entry/exit due to curved cross member.
- Narrow to fit through doors and gates.
- Folds easily for transport and storage.
- X-seam range: 38" to 48.5"
Recumbent Tricycle Name: GT 20
Electric Assist: No
Parking Brake: Yes
Rear Suspension: None
Front Suspension: None
Weight Limit: 250 lbs
Manufacturer’s X-seam Range: 38 - 48.5"
Total Weight: 37 lbs
Seat Height: 12 - 17"
Overall Length: 76"
Overall Width: 31"
Overall Height: 31"
Folded Length: 35"
Folded Width: 31"
Folded Height: 28"
BB Height: 13 - 14"
Seat Angle: 30 - 48 degrees
Seat Type & Size: Mesh
Gear Range: 22 - 84 Gear Inches
Brakes: Sturmey Archer Drum
Brake Levers: Promax
Rear Derailleur: Microshift XLE 10-speed
Front Derailleur: Microshift
Shift Levers: Microshift Bar End
Crankset: 34/50t Chainrings, 165mm Crankarms
Bottom Bracket: Square Taper
Cassette / Cog: 10-speed 11-28t
Front Hub: Drum
Rear Hub: Quick Release
Front Tire: Greenspeed Scorcher 20 x 1.5 (40-406)
Rear Tire: Greenspeed Scorcher 20 x 1.5 (40-406)
Tube Type: Schrader (standard)
Last Update: Jul 2022
Notes: Riders should call us with their height, weight and X-seam for sizing assistance. Modifications may be needed for shorter or taller riders. For detailed X-seam measuring instructions go to Recumbent Sizing.