Evolution Trikes

We specialize in top-of-the-line weight shift control (trikes) Light Sport Aircraft that are airworthy under the Sport Pilot rule, manufactured in the USA, and certified in the USA.


The Revo is the top of the line trike because it is the fastest, looks the nicest, built the strongest, has plenty of room, easy to get in and out of, and has the Enigma color graphics all in one glass panel. The wings are topless easy handling with a large speed range. They offer 13 and 11 meter wings and the ROTAX 912 (80 and 100 hp) four stroke engine. If you want the top of the line trike this is it. Base price for factory assembled, delivered and tested E-LSA is $68,000 base price to $109,000 fully loaded with the new Rotax 912iS fuel injected engine.

History of the Evolution Revo

The Apollo Monsoon is the predecessor of the Revo. It has a similar body shape with earlier and less expensive components and systems. It was a great design and was also be fitted with a ROTAX 582  two stroke 65 hp and a larger ProfiTL 14.5 meter topless wing. This was the basic design where the Revo evolved from. Before the monsoon was the Apollo Delta Jet. This was the first fully faired trike where the 100 HP Rotax 912 was installed and tested. Delta Jet was the flagship of high performance trikes introduced and imported into the US market 7 years ago. It is still one of the nicest looking, streamlined trikes in existence. It is overall a smaller and more compact trike.
Delta Jet flying over river
Apollo Monsoon over river
Tampa Bay Aerosports imported both the Delta Jet and Monsoon into the US and continually improved, evolved and serviced both trikes superbly. Evolution Trikes is exactly as the company name implies, the evolution of the “top of the line” trike with the Revo as the flag ship aircraft. Being involved with Evolution Trikes now on a daily basis, I can see this evolution continues at a brisk pace to continually improve and refine the brand. If you want the best of the best, you want the Evolution Revo.

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