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I purchased this for my still very active 83 year old uncle. It was pretty straight forward for me to assemble it. All parts were there. The components are all heavy duty and look like they will survive a lot of use. It is very easy to ride and control. It is not a lightweight though - weighing a bit under 50 pounds. My uncle loved it and expects to get a lot of use out of it in the small town where he resides....
Mobo Triton Pro The Ultimate Adult Three Wheeled Silver Cruiser
This Triton Pro features comfort, a smooth ride, and durability. The Triton Pro also spotlights a dual-joystick steering mechanism that is exhilarating to use and provides a smooth maneuverability.
ITEM#: 11163019For the distinguished rider comes a most extraordinary ride. The Mobo® Triton Pro has all of the qualities you look for in a leisure cycle with the low, rugged chassis of something sportier. A dual-joystick steering system and free-wheel mechanism offers smooth maneuverability and gentle wrist, elbow and hand pressure while the ergonomic recumbent seat adds minimal pressure to your back. Suitable for riders with a range of heights, the Mobo Triton Pro offers unprecedented stability with its low center of gravity that's perfect for riding at the beach, achieving a brisk workout and for leisure rides.
- Colors: Silver
- Dimension: 29 inches high x 28 inches wide x 48 inches long
- Extended dimensions: 29 inches high x 28 inches wide x 61inches long
- Length adjustment: 10 slot adjustments in 16-inch length
- Frame material: Steel
- Product weight: 44 pounds
- Weight capacity: 250 pounds
- Height capacity: 4 feet to 6 feet 3 inches
- Recommended for ages 9 years and older
- Gearing: Single speed
- Rear steering handlebars
- Hub: Free-wheel mechanism
- Brake system: Hand caliper
- Wheel size: 20 inches front /16 inches rear
- Tire type: Inflatable rubber tires
- Seat height: 12.5 inches above the ground
- Cushioned seat
- Safety flag included
- Recommended riding area: Flat and smooth surfaces
- Carton size: 23 inches high x 12 inches wide x 41 inches long
- Gross weight: 55 pounds
|Bike Size||12-inch 16-inch 20-inch 23-inch 28-inch 29-inch|
|Dimensions||42 in. L|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 days manufacturer warranty|
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Have not been able to ride it much to discover if there are any manufacturer's defects. However, it does not have gears, which I did not even consider when purchasing. I never had any kind of bike with gears, and I wish that I had realized the basic reason for gears in order to have an easier, more enjoyable ride....rather than thinking that gears are for speed racing, steep down-hill grades, etc. Even on the very lowest up-hill grade, this "bent" is quite an effort to peddle without gears. So this it is exceptionally good for cardiovascular exercise and leg strenghthening.Read More
I purchased this for my still very active 83 year old uncle. It was pretty straight forward for me to assemble it. All parts were there. The components are all heavy duty and look like they will survive a lot of use. It is very easy to ride and control. It is not a lightweight though - weighing a bit under 50 pounds. My uncle loved it and expects to get a lot of use out of it in the small town where he resides.Read More
It is very comfortable and fun to ride. It was not difficult to assemble. I enjoy it very much and would recommend it to others!Read More
excellent product and very fast shipping....product adjustable to many sizesRead More
Special Needs rider needed the safety pedals, which did require assistance from the factory assembly crew to follow through in order to accomplish a desired end result. They were very patient and to the point concerning the modifications.Read More
I ordered this for myself; I am a 40ish female with very bad (and premature) lower back problems, so riding a regular bike doesn't appeal to me because of the pressure put on the low back. I have always like using recumbent exercise bikes, as they are so much more comfortable than an upright bike. I have a 3 year old son who I plan on pulling in a bike trailer behind me (although I need to figure out how to rig the trailer up to this trike, since trailers are meant for attaching to a bicycle wheel hub ... I may have found a way with a BMX trick attachment -- have yet to try it out). But in the meantime, I have taken my son on my lap riding this thing ... and it was FUN! And comfortable for me and my back! The steering is cool. It was such fun that I bought my son the Mobo Mini for now, and the Mobito for when he gets older. He is a tall 3 year old ... not ready for the Mobito, but might soon outgrow the Mini ... he can pedal the Mini good (he has not been able to really pedal plastic type tricycles), the Mobo seems to pedal much easier and smoother than plastic tricycles/big wheels. I'd like to buy my husband a Mobo, but he is 6"4" and skeptical about it (it is an expensive thing to buy without trying it out because of the return shipping cost and restocking fee). But for me it worked out great (I am 5'4", 115 lbs). Anyhow -- very fun for the young at heart! I think my mom in her upper 60s will enjoy it when she visits too (she's had two hip replacements and a knee replacement) ... she is fun-loving and likes riding bikes, but this trike should be better for her condition. You do need a place where you can ride on flat pavement though, like park or beach sidewalks with no hills.Read More
Very high quality product.. Exactly as described.. They did a very good packing the bike.. Very fast shipping.. :o)Read More
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Thank you for the question. I used reviews to come by this answer. The opinion no more than 5 miles an hour. This probably would vary on the size of the rider.
Is this capable of pulling a bike trailer?
Unfortunately, this item is not capable of pulling a bike trailer.
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