I love this bike. I bought it for my son who has cerebral palsy. He has always wanted to ride bikes with his twin brother but cannot ride regular bikes. And I cannot afford the bikes made especially for someone with his condition as they can cost thousands of dollars. But with some pedal straps and a five point harness I believe that he can ride this. The only problem I have with it is that the first ride and one of the rear tires popped. No hot-dogging just a simple ride. So that is why I only gave it a 4 star rating. So now I have to have it repaired or buy a new tube. But that won't be expensive. You would just think that the tires would be much sturdier as the weight limit is 250 lbs. My sister only weighs a little over 130 so I know she wasn't too heavy. Other than that so far so good.
Very unique design with twin top tubes, reminding me of the cargo bicycles used by the stores to make delivery. But this is not for that commercial use. Reasonably well made and of decent quality material, its built to a price. The side skirts and chain guard are PLASTIC, Its ok to use plastic, but these are not the stiff hard plastic, but more like a thicker version of food wrapper. I seriously doubt that it will last long in the sun. The user manual is a thick one, its one of those that is universal type, packed with info for all sort of different models that the manufacturers made. Very generic. The problem is, this bike is not one of those popular type that is listed inside, thus there is zero info on how to assemble it. I was a bike wrench decades ago, so I have no problem putting it together. But that front rack is in lots of pieces and unlike all the racks that I had experience with, its not frame and fork mounted but on the handlebars and the fork. I had to go on line and research this bike form other web sites to locate a frontal photo of the rack so I wont muck it up. Overall, its a fun bike, comfy and easy to ride. Wont win any races and wont carry much either. Fairly light weight construction with modern components that works fine but nothing to boost off. Its is however almost an ideal bike to putt around town and is able to carry two or three bags of grocery, so you don't have to haul them on your back.. Just make sure there is no heavy item inside. I think the racks are good for about 15 pounds, twenty max. For a single speed bikes, there are many that sell for much less, so this is not a great value. But the styling is unique and it does have reasonable utility.
People stopped to look and one said it was cute.It is fun to ride but is best in a park or bike trail not to go up steep hills. It is good for your back and I feel safe with the three wheels and low to the ground . I rated it 4 on durability , and workmenship because I just got it and you can't tell this soon how it will hold up . I only had to ride it twice to learn how to use the handles to turn.All in All it is as my kids say SWEET...I am 59 years old :)
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