Recumbent design takes pressure off the back, making it good for therapy. Steers easily. Single gear works on most flat, firm terrains. Assembly tools included. Frame extends for older children and larger adults. Fits riders up to six foot three and 250 pounds. Available in four colors.
Pedals can become loose over time. Rear wheels cannot be adjusted for toe-in or toe-out configurations.
Rear-wheel steering is good for special needs riders. No-chain design requires less maintenance. Only weighs 32 pounds. Rated for ages four and up. Adjustable frame for older riders.
Tires feel unbalanced, making stability an issue. Safety flag not included. Pedals have quality-control issues.
Extremely easy to assemble, takes less than 30 minutes. Heavy-duty construction. Can be modified for special needs riders. Seat has six angle settings. Joystick-style steering. Accommodates riders up to five foot two and 200 pounds.
Does not perform well on hills or other inclines. Minimal front wheel traction. Not designed for larger adults.
Cruiser design for easy trips on flat, smooth terrain. Includes a reverse gear. Seat has six angle options for maximum back support. Dual-joystick steering. Ergonomic design and durable steel frame. Safety flag included.
Not sized for larger adults. Steering is challenging. Sits very low to the ground.
Adjustable frame grows with rider. Lightweight bike is easy to transport and store. Only front tire requires inflation. Joystick-style steering develops eye-hand coordination. Low speed for younger rider safety.
Steering can be difficult. Rear wheels are solid rubber, making it hard to maintain traction. No reverse gear.
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