Catrike has announced a new fully suspended trike to be released in 2016. It's called the Dumont and was announced at InterBike. It combines the following features rear suspension design of the Road seat-height of the Expedition back-adjustable seat-style of the Trail folding system of the 559 into one trike. It's is rumored to be priced at around $3995, which is around $800 more than the 5.5.9, which is currently the most expensive one they have out. It is possible that the trike will be available around March 2016. Changes/updates in the trike include updated yoke pivot boss now has a 360 degree three axis profile and a 25mm through axle redesigned the rear suspension to increase lateral stiffness with a new yoke, yoke pivot, axle and a fully triangulated swing arm yoke redesign includes oversized 37mm ball bearings, triangular side tunnels, and underside opening resulting in a 53 percent increase in strength and of course, front suspension The trike has an anti-dive front suspension spindle to take the edge off the road. "Anti-dive" refers to properties of a suspension when it does something other than compress when braking. Anti-dive front suspensions setups are used in many BMW motorcycles. The system used on the Catrike spindles is similar to the front suspension of a Birdy folding bike and is a time-tested solid concept. There is approximately 1 inch of travel from information released.