Yes, for the 1000w and 3000w versions, there is a hand throttle integrated as part of the left handle bar. The hand throttle is must be deactivated when driving on public roads by using the the “low” or “high” modes. When driving on private roads with the “off road” mode enabled, the throttle is active, and you can drive the …
The Trike has three brakes. Two coupled front wheel 160 mm hydraulic disc brakes, and one rear wheel electrical brake (e-Brake). The two front wheel brakes are operated by using the right brake lever. The rear wheel brake is operated by using the left brake lever. For normal braking and when riding downhill, the rear wheel e-Brake is preferred, as …
Serial numbers are located on the front crank housing.
You can testride the trike at VELOKS’s home at, Rudegårds Alle 26, 2840 Holte, Denmark. Please announce your arrival time 1 day prior, so that we can ensure we have the right trike for you. You can contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone: +45 61 77 57 33. See https://veloks.com/contact/ for more
The recommended load limit for the rear suspended rack is 25 kg. The rack is designed to carry two bags of up to 35 L each (e.g Ortlieb back-roller pro plus).
Overweight is not a problem within limits. The total load limit is 200 Kg, this includes the weight of the rider plus the weight of luggage. This means that rider weight of up to 180 Kg is ok. We will ensure of cause that the springs have the correct strength and adjustment to fit your weight.
Advantages: You can concentrate on pedaling and not have to worry about keeping the balance. When stopping at a red light, you can keep your feet in the pedals. It is much more stable, and it is more fun to drive. You can most likely drive it if you have a back or balance problem Your bum will not hurt, …
If you have back pains or problems, and cannot ride an ordinary bike, you will most likely be able to ride a VELOKS trike. This is because you lean back and the seat supports your back, and because the suspension will avoid bumps in the road from hurting you back or spine.
Recumbent refers to the seated position; many also call recumbents for ‘bents.’ Recumbents have two, three or four wheel.
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