Saturday, September 30, 2023


This electric trike built for two is so much fun for RVers!

An electric trike built for two whizzed by me and my husband. Wow! We had never seen anything like it before and we just had to stop the couple and ask about it.

John gave us a little history of their purchase. He had worked at one of the biggest malls in the country, the Mall of America® in Minnesota, and had seen workers using these in the huge labyrinth below the mall. Those were three-wheelers with one seat. He contacted the company, Worksman Cycles, when he retired and found that they make two-seaters, too—perfect for him and his wife to enjoy a spin around the park.

EBike for two
eBike for two


Due to supply chain issues, the bike took months to receive, but the company compensated for the wait by adding upgraded battery and lights. Mirrors and digital displays are standard.

EBike fro two
Gauge eBike for two

Shifting and braking

The couple each has their own pedals and three shifting gears. It has coaster brakes on the pedals with one hand brake on the left side. Their little dog did not take kindly to riding in the back basket, so he now must remain at home, but the basket is still put to good use to haul things. The electric trike is available with the ability to disconnect the brakes and pedals on the passenger side to allow for those with disability issues to ride without braking by mistake or even having to pedal.

John and Dianne are avid bike riders and still ride their non-electric bikes. With the three wheels on this trike and the center of gravity being so low, it is difficult to tip over. Dianne mentioned that it took getting used to not needing to lean to balance on turns like on a regular bike.

Bike for two
Team Dual Trike from Worksman Cycles

Perfect for RV toy haulers

For RVers, this may be perfect for those with a toy hauler to transport. An electric trike built for two is perfect for scooting around at home, too. My only question, being a full-time RVer living in a small space, is, “How much togetherness do we want?”

You can check out these amazing bikes here.



Nanci Dixon
Nanci Dixon
Nanci Dixon has been a full-time RVer living “The Dream” for the last six years and an avid RVer for decades more! She works and travels across the country in a 40’ motorhome with her husband. Having been a professional food photographer for many years, she enjoys snapping photos of food, landscapes and an occasional person. They winter in Arizona and love boondocking in the desert. They also enjoy work camping in a regional park. Most of all, she loves to travel.


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Wayne Brenda Girard
2 days ago

It is not collapsible and weighs around 150 pounds. We have the same bike. It is made to industrial use standards and not made for travel.

1 year ago

Does the bike fold down for those of us without a toyhauler, and just a toad that the bike might fit into??

Wayne Brenda Girard
2 days ago
Reply to  Jim

We have the same bike and it is definitely not portable. The handlebars will fold down but it is a chore and you must use a large Allen wrench. Nothing else folds or collapses and the bike weighs about 150 pounds.

Joe Allen
1 year ago

Apparently our names with emails attached are being sold nation wide, 365 a year! I have never gotten so much spam, since in the last few years. I am very careful on what websites I visit and place my name, but they have ways to pick your email anyway! Just like robo calls, they are a plague that has gone after the consumer! Sad indeed, but since most of us have smart phones, just look at your phone when walking down a new street. It will scare you with the accuracy of items you have looked at in the past that it is now pointed out to you as you pass the stores!

1 year ago
Reply to  Joe Allen

How is that relevant to the article?

RV Staff
1 year ago
Reply to  Jim

Obviously it’s not relevant to this article, Jim. He just accidentally attached his comment to the wrong article. Have a good night. 😀 –Diane

Terry Brown
1 year ago

Very interesting trike. Question is how to store it when on the move?

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