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It is easy to find folding bike, but where do you get a folding tricycles?

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closed as too broad by jimirings, Gary.Ray Sep 24 '13 at 13:20

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I think its more a duplicate of… in that its asking region specific info. For this reason I voted to close (this and that one). The question related to transporting in tricycle in car is OK in my view because its not region specific. – Kevin Sep 1 '10 at 21:49
This question is clearly generating a list. Voting to close as too broad. – jimirings Sep 24 '13 at 11:50

There is the Azub Eco [recumbent tadpole] Trike. However, if you watch the video of the folding, it's no Brompton.

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Yeah, I would describe that as less of a folding bike and more along the lines of "easily disassembled". It would fit in your trunk though, which would make it nice for travelling. But not something I would use for commuting. – Kibbee Nov 15 '12 at 2:01

Check out the Di Blasi folding tricycles. I don't have any experience with them but their fold look as cool as the Brompton fold.

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The Pashley Tri-1 doesn't fold very small, but is transportable by car.

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ICE Trikes are made and presumably sold in the UK.

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