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Sun Ez-triclassic Sx Recumbent Trike
 
Sun EZ-Triclassic SX Recumbent Trike
Our Price: $999.99

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: 7739057580670

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If riding a recumbent is easy and comfortable, then riding the Sun EZ-Triclassic SX Recumbent Trike is even better. With a recumbent trike, the rider gets the comfort and mechanical pedaling advantage along with the stability and confidence a trike brings. **Please Note: These can only ship to Sun and Ski Sports Authorized SUN Cycles stores.

Features


  • Wheel Base: 56.5" (143cm)
  • Overall Length: 73" (185cm)
  • Width: 30.5" (77.5cm)
  • Seat Height: 22" (56cm)
  • Weight: 56 lbs
  • Weight Limit: 300lbs
  • X-Seam 32-48


Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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Great for Special Needs September 14, 2011
Reviewer: Drama Diva from Sugar Land, TX  
My son with Autism has no sense of balance.  Therefore he can not ride a two-wheeled bike.  When he was 12 we got him this bike.  Wow!  What a difference this has been in his life.  He has autonomy now he didn't have before.  He bikes to and from school daily.  I was concerned the other kids would make fun of him for the "weird-looking" bike.  But it didn't happen.  In fact, most kids tell him how cool they think the bike is.  The frame is long and doesn't corner as well as a 2-wheeled bike, but being so low to the ground if he gets unbalanced he just puts his feet down.  However, because of the low clearance (2 1/2") the bike does not go over curbs or deal with uneven sidewalks easily.  Also, given the size, it's not a bike that can be transported or stored easily. The bike is expensive (IMO) but the seat adjusts and he'll be able to use it into adulthood.  We've had this bike for 3 years and my son loves it.

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