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Starting at $15,999.00 USD

The Bowhead Reach is an full suspension, all-electric off-road adaptive trike that has two wheels in front, and one in back, and features our FLOW articulating front end. 

Accepting orders now

Deliveries 10-12 weeks from deposit


How much does the Reach weigh?

  • 42 kg / 93 lbs

What are the dimensions?

  • Length (tire to tire): 1929 mm / 76 in

  • Wheelbase (axel to axel): 1291 mm / 51 in

  • Width (external from axel to axel): 738 mm / 29 in

  • Height: 787 mm / 31 in

What is the Reach’s top speed?

  • 32 kmh / 20 mph

How far can the Reach travel on a full charge?

  • 12.5 Ah battery = about 18 miles

  • 21.5 Ah battery = about 30 miles

  • 23.5 Ah battery = about 38 miles

What is the best riding environment for the Reach?

  • Road, Gravel and mountain

Who is the Reach best suited for?

  • Intermediate to advanced riders

What is the Bowhead FLOW™ front-end?

  • The Reach features the Bowhead FLOW™ which is our unique articulating front-end which allows for 7” of effective front end articulation. 

  • Articulation assistance is available:

    • Lean Assist Bands are heavy-duty, dynamic bungee that allows the riders to customize their ride. It allows you to get the benefits of the articulation, but with added safety and control. We recommend starting on the tighter end, and then decrease the tension as you gain more confidence!

    • Limit Straps are a great addition for any rider who is looking for added support. These straps can be easily adjusted once installed, so riders are able to ease into the full potential of the articulation, and even adjust mid-ride.

 What is the Reach’s suspension travel?

  • Font: 3” independent front suspension

  • Rear: 4.5” single pivot linkage rear suspension

What harness sizes are available?

  • We use RideEngine harnesses and have multiple sizes available for a wide range of riders

    • XS (24-26”) S (26-33”) M (32-36”) L (35-39”) XL (39-44”)

What is the spreader bar and how do I find my measurement?

  • The spreader bar helps keep your sides from getting sore in the harness. To figure out which size spreader bar is best for you please measure your waist in inches and refer to the chart on the order form.

What Quad control options are available for the Reach?

What are the brake lever mounting options?

  • Option 1: Rear brake on the right-hand side / front brake on the left-hand side

  • Option 2: Rear brake on the left-hand side / front brake on the right-hand side

What is the standard battery that comes with the Reach?

  • The standard battery for customers in North America is 12.5 Ah battery including BMS + app connectivity 

  • The standard battery for international customers is 21.5 Ah battery without BMS + app connectivity 

What are the battery upgrade options?

  • 21.5 Ah battery including BMS

  • 23.5 Ah SuperPak battery without BMS connectivity (North America only) 


Frame: Stainless Steel (Standard) vs. Titanium (Upgrade)

  • Titanium saves 3.5 lbs of weight 

Seat Mounting: Solid (Standard) vs. Swivel (Upgrade)

  • The swivel seat mounting allows for riders to transfer in/out of the bike easier.

Seat Cushion: None (Standard) vs. Supracor Stimulite Slimline Cushion (Upgrade)

  • We HIGHLY recommend upgrading to include the Supracor Stimulite Slimline Cushion. Saves you time researching other options and ensures that your seat cushion will fit your seat dimensions perfectly.

Shocks: Performance (Standard) vs. Premium (Upgrade)

  • Premium shocks allow for higher performance on more challenging terrain

  • For specific brands please consult our customer experience rep -

Brakes: Performance (Standard) vs. Premium (Upgrade)

  • Premium brakes allow for higher performance on more challenging terrain

  • For specific brands please consult our customer experience rep -


  • Front: 20” tubed (Standard) vs. 24” tubed/tubeless (Upgrade)

  • Back: 26” tubed (Standard) vs. 26” tubeless (Upgrade)

    • Upgrading to tubeless is a matter of preservation, it mitigates the chances of being stranded in the middle of nowhere with a flat tire. Tubeless setup is a tire with goop in it that seals the puncture quickly.

    • If you decide to keep the standard tubed setup it is important to always ride with spares and your tool kit, just in case you encounter any issues.

    • Tannus Inserts - foam inserts/alternative to tubeless

      • Only available in 24” and 27” 

Tires: Performance (Standard) vs. Premium (Upgrade)

  • Premium tires allow for higher performance on more challenging terrain

  • For specific brands please consult our customer experience rep -

Handlebar/Stem: ProTaper Aluminum (Standard) vs. ProTaper Carbon (Upgrade)

  • Better vibration control and feel of terrain through carbon

Grip Selection: Sensus Swayze (Standard) vs. Ergon Ergonomical (Upgrade)

  • This is solely based on personal preference, please speak to our customer experience rep for any insight -

Rear End: Sport (Standard) vs. Pannier-compatible (Upgrade)

  • There are two benefits to upgrading to the pannier-compatible rear end:

    • Nice handle for picking up the end of the bike and moving it

    • It holds pannier bags for carrying things with you

Drive: Rear-wheel (Standard) vs. All-wheel (Upgrade)

Color options for the Pro-bolt kits

Pro-bolts Kit

  • Reach: $179.00 USD

Not available for after-market purchase. For new builds only.

Colors: orange, gold, red, blue, or purple

Cerakote Coating

Reach Pricing:

  • Metal Package ($799.00): Frame Rails, Shotgun Tubes, and Uprights (pair)

  • Composite Package ($499.00): Fender and Sideguards (pair)

  • Metal and Composite Combo Package ($1,199.00)


For the safety and well-being of yourself and your bike you MUST review all user documents prior to your first ride. If any of your questions are not answered below or you need additional explanations please contact us: or


Why Ti?

You might be asking yourself why Bowhead offers the option of upgrading the frame tubes of the Reach from stainless steel to titanium. The answer is in the very description of this alloy. Titanium is powerfully agile and immutably tough, with unparalleled strength-to-weight ratio for rigidity,and just enough give to provide a spring and make you feel like you are floating on air. It is twice as strong as aluminum, only half the weight of steel, is impact resistant, fatigue tolerant, and will never corrode. Named after the Titans of Greek mythology, famed for their legendary strength, titanium is used in advanced aircraft, for armor plating, to build naval ships, spacecraft and missiles, and yes, even the Bowhead Reach adventure bike. As a material, it is peerless, and will be your forever frame.

Quad Handlebars, Grips, Brake, and Throttle Systems

The Bowhead Reach can be used by a quadriplegic with our quad specific handlebar. The brakes and throttle are operable just using your wrist extension and the bar ends help keep your hands from sliding off.

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