A lockable 2.0-cubic-foot trunk nestles between the rear wheels, which are controlled by air shocks adjustable for different loads. Hey! Secret intel for your next office party: The Freewheeler’s 205/65R-15 rear tires are the same size as a Citroën Picasso’s. (Sorry, bad car joke.) In operation, like other trikes, the Freewheeler takes adaptation by the rider, primarily because it doesn’t lean into corners, but also because the wide rear end makes tagging curbs, cars, buildings, or other hazards possible.