Mantis Tri-Rad Folding Adult Tricycle, 20 inch Wheels, 16 inch Frame, Unisex, Blue
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- Front Alloy Linear pull Brake with Parking brake
- Suspension Fork
- Folding Steel Frame
- Rear Basket- Steel Plastic coated
- Front Fender
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|Age Range Description||7 - 9 years|
|Brake Style||Hydraulic Rim|
|Frame Material Type||Steel|
|Item Dimensions||43 x 30 x 64 inches|
|Item Weight||45 pounds|
|Number Of Speeds||1|
|Shipping Weight||57 pounds|
|Wheel Size||20 inches|
Top Customer Reviews
This bike is PERFECT for her! She all of a sudden loves biking and asks to ride it every day. Any time the family goes out--to a restaurant, shopping, walking the dog, etc.--she asks if she can ride her bike. It's great! Next purchase will be a bike rack for the car so the family can go on biking adventures together. When folded, the trike does fit in my little car (Nissan Leaf) with the back seats folded down. Also, to make it fit, the handlebars need to come off, which is fine because they have a quick-release mechanism. (The seat is also quick-release, which is handy, since all of our daughter's friends are wanting to try out the trike and it's easy to raise the seat.)
I'm glad we got the 16-inch and not the 20-inch. It's plenty big. My daughter is 4'8 and 100 pounds and she uses the seat at its lowest level. And kids/adults much taller fit on it fine with the seat raised.
This is not the best bike and could use some improvements. But for the price, portability and finally getting my wife out for a bike ride is worth it.
* Easy to transport in the back of my Short Bed 2005 Tacoma with two other bikes along with luggage.
* Front Shock
* Rear Basket
* Excellent Price
* Only has front brakes, but seem to work fine.
* Seat has too much movement from side to side (part of the design). Needs to be a little bit more firm.
* Only one speed, but I knew that when I bought it.
It does not fold down very smal but it is handy for transporting it in the back of our suv that it folds a little bit.
The instructions for putting it together are terrible!
I'm not a fan of the pivotal seat, but I can live with that. Basically, you get what you pay for. What this bike needs is more quality control, much better instructions, and the nuts and bolts literally need to be of better quality. Would I recommend it? No. Spend a little more and get a quality product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We purchased this bike for my 8 year old son for Christmas. Since the weather in Ohio has been kind to us this winter, he has had plenty of chances to take it for a spin. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Shauna Morris
Definitely needed to go to the dealer to get it out together. Then it jumped the chain a couple times until we figured out how to realign the back wheels after transportation. Read morePublished 13 days ago by G. Struve
So the bike itself is awesome. Putting it together is a pain in the butt. The direction are so bad that we ended up using the picture off amazon to put it together. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TM
I am so disappointed with this purchase. I received this bike in the mail yesterday and my husband started putting it together. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Babs