Catrike Dumont

Catrike Dumont
$4,150.00 - $4,175.00
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Building on the success of a proven trike platform, the Catrike Dumont adds full suspension to a lightweight, folding design. The silky-smooth riding characteristics and responsive handling makes it a perfect choice for any excursion. A reliable FSA/SRAM 30-speed drivetrain provides plenty of range for tackling steep hills and long flats alike, and SRAM's lauded BB7 mechanical disc brakes offer years of dependable use and precise control. The ergonomic seat and neck rest put you in a comfortable riding position to spin miles away with ease, while a flag mount and rear view mirror ensure safety on open roads.

Standard Features:

- Padded seat
- Ergonomic adjustable seat back
- Roller wheels for rolling when folded
- Padded wrist rests
- Rear Fender
- Flag Mount & Flag
- Mirrycle Rear View Mirror
- Multi Purpose Clipless Pedals
- Computer Sensor Mount
- Brake Lever Velcro Strap for Parking
- No Brake Steer
- Self Centering
- Ackerman Steering Compensation
- Structural Front Boom
- Quick-Release Indexing Boom Clamp
- Aluminium Rod Ends
- Low Friction PTFE Flared Chain Tube

Catrike Custom Color Options

Hyper Yellow, Lava Red, Atomic Orange, Electric Blue, Eon Green, Candy Purple, Moon Rock Silver, Liquid Black, Shiny Mango

Specs

Headset FSA ZeroStack
Rear Shock RockShox Monarch R
Tires Schwalbe Marathon Racer
Crankset FSA Gossamer Pro Triple
Chainrings 30/39/52 w/ FSA Guard
Bottom Bracket FSA Road MegaExo
Chain KMC
Front Derailleur Microshift Triple
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX 10-speed
Rear Cogs SRAM 11-36
Shifters SRAM 500 TT Bar End
Brake Levers Avid Speed Dial 7
Brakes Avid BB7 Mechanical Disc
Pedals Multi-purpose Clipless

Part Numbers

Option MPN
Atomic Orange / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.AOR
Liquid Black / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.BLK
Candy Green / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.CRG
Candy Purple / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.CPU
Electric Blue / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.EBL
Eon Green / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.EGR
Hyper Yellow / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.HY
Lava Red / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.LRD
Shiny Mango / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.MGO
Moon Rock Silver / Standard Boom CT.DMT.16.SLV
Atomic Orange / X-Large Boom CT.DMT.16.AOR.XL
Liquid Black / X-Large Boom CT.DMT.16.BLK.XL

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5.0

(based on 2 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable 
  • Durable 
  • Packs well 
  • Stylish 

Cons

  • Heavy 
  • Pricey / poor value 

Best Uses

  • Exercise 
  • Recreational riding 

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5

Quite a Rig - Continued

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from Berwick, MAine

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Stylish
  • Durable
  • Comfortable
  • Packs Well

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Exercise
  • Recreational Riding

Comments:

This is a continuation of the previous review. Perhaps the biggest adjustment though is the riding speed. While I rode my DF for exercise and recreation I was able to average around 14 mph on most outings. With the Dumont over the 1000 miles I averaged 11.6 mph - A LOT of folks passed me this year. Ok, what's this all about? I'm 68, and don't plan any late life Olympic competitions. I ride for exercise and fun, and that's exactly what the trike does for me! I'm enjoying the experience - pain free. It's just plain FUN! Let's talk safety. YES I feel safe, or as safe as I felt riding a DF with today's whacky drivers. Now I have LEDs front and rear, a third party (Purple Sky) flag, Loud Horn electric horn, and I always wear a bright upper body color. Do the drivers see me, oh you bet they do! My wife who rides her DF with me can't believe the room drivers give me (us). We think they don't want to hit the "cripple" - they don't know what I am. But as with any on road cycling, you have to always be alert and we do pick routes that are more "trike friendly". In summary if you're interested in riding with comfort in mind, you owe it to yourself to make a trip to Turners Falls and take a test ride on any of Dave's in stock trikes. While the Dumont's price point may not be in reach for some, he has other models as well. I just didn't want to be in a position to "upgrade" in a year or two and ultimately spend more in the long run. I think you do get good value with the Catrike brand.

5

Quite a Rig!

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from Berwick, Maine

About Me

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I went to Basically Bicycle (from southern Maine) in May of last year looking for a car rack for my LWB Rans. While I didn't find a rack, I did get a chance to try a few recumbent trikes - I didn't even know what a trike was! WOW was I impressed with the comfort and stability over the Rans recumbent. As these rigs aren't cheap, I went away to do more research. After several weeks of forum research and taking some pointers from Dave at Basically Bicycle I decided to jump head first into the Catrike top-of-the-line Dumont. Now (Jan 18) with 1000+ miles on this marvelous machine I feel I can do a decent report on how its gone. First, can't say enough about Dave's operation in Turners Falls. While the shop is small, the wealth of knowledge inside is large. Dave got my order processed in no time as he didn't have the Lava Red in stock. I've read and learned a lot during these 6 months and some of the horror stories about folks taking delivery and not having their trike set-up properly are disconcerting. Well Dave knows trikes and how to set them up so you'll have the best ride possible. I have virtually no wear on my tires and that is directly related to his tuning the front suspension before delivery. Now the ride: Having been a DF cyclist all my life, the trike learning curve is short - and COMFORTABLE. Hence the main reason for "going trike", the comfort. The upright riding position, wrist rests, full suspension, and rugged build all make the Catrike Dumont a joy to ride. Gone are the wrist, neck, lower back and above all, BUTT aches so common with riding a DF bike. Yes, you do use different leg muscles and it took me a good month to build up those muscles to where they no long were sore after a ride. Make no mistake, you will work riding a trike. While the downhills are a roller coaster joy, the uphills are work but isn't that one reason we ride - exercise. WILL HAVE TO CONTINUE ON A 2ND POST AS THERE'S A WORD LIMIT...

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