Overall winner, Community category, Wonthaggi Grand Prix 2015
All new Aquila updated with extra special speed mods! Achievements 2015 National Championship winner! Overall winner, Elite category, Wonthaggi Grand Prix 2015 1st Place, Community category, Victorian HPV Super Series, Round 1 2015 2nd Place, Community category, AIPP Super Series 2014
In 2014, All Overzealous became the worlds fastest Multitrack (3+ wheels) human powered vehicle. 117.38kmh! Piloted by Trisled frame builder, Gareth Hanks, All Overzealous managed to add about 2kmh to the existing world record, which he established in 2012.
Achievements: • World multitrack single rider 1-hour distance record (2013), Ford proving ground Australia, 71.79 MPH (115 KPH), Rider Gareth Hanks • World trike record (2012), Battle Mountain Nevada USA, 71.5 MPH/115 KPH, Rider Gareth Hanks The latest in a line of overzealouses, Completely Overzealous was built for one purpose: to break the world trike record in Battle Mountain, Nevada dessert. It achieved its aim 3 times in one week!
• World multitrack 1-hour time trial, 67 KPH, Ford Proving Ground, Australia, 2013, Rider Ben Goodall (the boss!) • Battle Mountain speed run, 70.30 MPH (113 KPH), Battle Mountain Nevada, USA, 2012, Rider Ben Goodall A year of love, sweat and hard work was poured into this custom-made speed bike, designed specifically to snugly fit Trisled Director, Ben Goodall.
Achievements: • Yolande and Ben's wedding! Stuff and Nonsense is a custom tandem velomobile based on the Sorcerer Series II model. Ben and Yolande rode the bike from their wedding ceremony to their reception followed by 30 or more of their cycling guests!
Achievements: • Top ten finish at Wonthaggi and AIPP races (2011) Kestrel is derived from two proven designs. It combines Trisled's decade-old FastBack racing trike geometry with a modified racing mold developed by the South Australian racing team BlueShift. The combo represents an easy-to-service, fast racing kit for schools and community racing teams.
Achievements: • Solo win, Delerium 24-hour road race 2015. Rider Tim Marquardt • Inaugural Rotovelo group ride, September 2010 • Displayed at Spezi 2011 • Reviewed in Bent Rider Online and VeloVision Rotovelo is the world’s first roto-molded velomobile. Building on more than a decade of racing HPV and velomobile development, Rotovelo is a practical version of our faster composite machines which offers durability, usability and performance.
Achievements: • Australian 12-hour record, Jeff Nielsen, 2010 (current) • Australian 6-hour record, Jeff Nielsen, 2010 (current) • World solo 24-hour record, Jeff Nielsen, 1109km, 2010 • World 1000km record, Jeff Nielsen, 21 hours and 21 minutes, 2010 A lil overzealous is a 'cut and shut' modified Sorcerer Series II vehicle, built for attempting the world 24-hour record. A lil overzealous is exactly that: a smaller and lighter version of our previous record-setting vehicle, 'Overzealous'
Achievements: • 3rd Place 2010 Casey Cycling Festival • 3rd Place 2010 Wonthaggi Human Powered Grand Prix • 2nd Place 2010 AIPP Super Series – Round 1 • 2nd Place 2010 AIPP Super Series Round 2 • 3rd Place 2010 AIPP Super Series Round 3 • 2nd Place 2010 AIPP Super Series – Overall placing After many years of developing and racing HPV's with a focus on practical real-world outcomes, Aquila represents a return to our earlier focus on machines designed purely for the racing circuit. Aquila builds on Trisled's decade-old FastBack series, sharing many similarities with our 1999 FastBack model
Achievements: • Many happy customers! Drawing on ten years of FastBack development, FB10 (tenth generation) is designed to assist schools that have a high throughput of riders ranging from inexperienced to highly experienced.
Achievements: • 6th place 2008 AIPP HPV Super Series - Round 3 This unique design represents a new era of development and manufacturing for Trisled, drawing on automotive methods for improved precision and performance. Avatar was designed with CAD software and the molds were five axis routed on an NC machine. This allowed for more design freedom to optimise the format and improve accuracy. Combined with Trisled's experience in the workshop, Avatar promises some exciting potential.
Achievements: • Australian 12-hour record, Jeff Nielsen, 490.25km, 2008 • Australian eight-man 24-hour record, 1181km, 2008 (current) • World low altitude trike hour record, Jeff Nielsen, 61.81km, 2009 (current) • Australian low-altitude land speed record, Jeff Nielsen, 82.66 km/h, 2009 (current) Overzealous is a one-off modified Sorcerer Series II vehicle, which was built for the specific purpose of breaking records. And breaking records is what this machine has done! Although it was superseded in 2010 by its smaller and lighter cousin, 'a lil Overzealous' (see below), Overzealous is still the fastest HPV in Australia!
Achievements: • 4th place 2007 AIPP HPV Super Series - Round 3 • 2nd place 2007 AIPP HPV Super Series - overall placing (culmination of Series III and IV fairings) On reflection of the progress made with Sorcerer III, the next direction was clear: take all of the best elements from the three versions to create a machine with great road-use possibilities as well as maintaining enough speed to hold its own on a race track. Development returned to the Gizmo AX chassis with some improvements made to seating position. Following aerodynamic testing, refinements were made to the shape and frontal area. Wheel arches were added to the front wheels for weather protection and improvements to the entry hatch were also explored. As a result of this development, Trisled sold Sorcerer IV as a practical velomobile model for several years.