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KMX America LLC

New KMX Trikes Improve on Engineering...and the Fun Factor

Urbana, Ohio
New KMX Trikes Improve on Engineering...and the Fun Factor

Five years after inciting a new cycling revolution, British trike maker KMX Karts, Ltd. will unleash seven new models on the U.S. market in January 2008.

The KMX line-up of sports and performance trikes–to be rolled out at Interbike Booth 6613–builds on the rugged, inspired design that won thumbs up from KMX's original thrill-seeking converts. The new models ratchet up the fun factor of the originals with improved engineering and higher end components, offering superior value with increased quality and performance.

New features of the 2008 models include:

  • Improved frame angles that increase ground clearance while maintaining KMX's low center of gravity
  • Highly responsive direct steering designed for sharp, fast turns, putting the rider in the driver's seat
  • A new seat – hard-shell with an inter-cooling vent system for a supportive, comfortable, breathable ride
  • A stronger-but-lighter-than-steel chromoly frame–a trait the new KMX performance models share with their free-wheeling, two-wheeled kin, the BMX
  • Over-sized super glide pulleys for smooth chain management.
  • Simple and quick assembly

With seven models, KMX opens the excitement to a broader audience:

  • Two sports models for kids–the single-speed Storm, a brand new entry for younger children (6- to 10-year-olds), and the 7-speed Cyclone for 10- to 14-year-olds, replacing the original children's model, the K Class

  • Two adult sport trikes – the 7-speed Tornado, an economical entry level model that can be upgraded with higher end components, and the 8-speed Typhoon with spoked wheels and double-skinned alloy rims

  • Three adult performance models–the Cobra, Viper and the top-of-the-line Venom, which is the first recumbent equipped with racing bike road components. (KMX had to get permission from SRAM for this distinctive outfitting.) A fast, robust trike, Venom is the only road-specific member of KMX's new fleet. The other KMXs, like their predecessors, are as much at home off-road as on.

The 2008 model web site,, will be launched in December 2007. Until then, to learn more about the new line of KMX trikes contact Dave Faulkner, Manager, KMX America, at or 1-866-299-8473.


KMX America LLC
(937) 408-9049

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New KMX Trikes Improve on Engineering...and the Fun Factor
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