Rated 4 out of 5★ by 5reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Moboney If you know what you want it is perfect This is not a long distance machine nor a racer for older adults, but it is for kids. I did a lot of internet research before deciding to get this machine...for decent local exercise for me and fun for the Grand-kids. I bought a recumbent trike 3 weeks ago on advice of my Doctor for exercise and it works great so far. I am a 64 year male, disabled with Rheumatoid arthritic hips and a bum knee, 6 foot 1 inch tall and I weigh 270 lb. ... because of the hips, it is almost impossible for me to walk over 100 yards without sitting down, falling down or laying down. My hands don't work well either. I can't fork a regular bike for the same reasons. This cycle allows me to keep my hips fairly immobile while riding and has not really caused any problem with the knee. I simply stop and rest when winded. No problem steering (does not turn short though) or using the brake. So far it is exactly what the doctor ordered...no pain but good gains. I have lost 6 lbs in 3 weeks, have increased my stamina from one block tours (barely made the first ones) to 5 blocks without stopping, slowly pedaling along. It is a lot more fun to ride outdoors than sitting in the house at a static rider. As others have reported, a fairly steep hill causes the front to lose traction on a lengthened bike, but this has not been a problem where I live with only moderate hills. Doesn't look to me like it would be too hard to put a weighted extension ahead of the front wheel if you are tool handy. Nearly all of the poor reviews I read tell me that a lot of folks are expecting a trike worth $1000s instead of $100s cause I looked at some of those as well. They would have been the pick if I wanted to go touring. Yes, they have some much more desired features, but $ for $$ this one is very well made, finished nicely and was mostly all assembled before it got here...no missing parts, tires are OK, pedals were already attached, brakes were set up perfectly, no slack in the length adjustment if tight and it took all of 20 minutes reading instructions, putting it together and riding it. Don't worry about the 250 lb weight limit...I weighed 270 when I started (a proud 264 and falling now) and noticed no problems in handling, comfort or performance. I would recommend starting with this bike for kids above 3rd grade as our grand-kids ride this full size trike faster than I want to see, shortened up of course. I got exactly what I was looking for and am very happy with the whole deal. Oh Yeah, it came two weeks earlier than the expected arrival dated stated at time of purchase. 01/27/2013
Rated 2 out of 5★ by tobytoo1 To slow Don't like the single speed, wish it had gears 02/07/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by Appleside When Mobo Triton arrived all three tires were flat. I was able to inflate the two rear tires, but the front tire would not stay inflated. Fortunately my local Wal Mart replaced the tube at no charge for me. 06/18/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by CatML It's great and alot of fun to ride It's great and a lot of fun to ride and I enjoy riding it and it's easy to ride 08/17/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by skuuter Mobo...Mo Fun...!!!!! We purchased two of these Mobo Triton Pro Trikes, and They turned out to be a really great purchase. We have a pair of expensive, "serious", multi-speed Recumbent Trikes also, but the Mobos are virtually maintenance free, easy to load and ride FUN...!!!...Quick and easy to take somewhere for a quick ride before or after work. "Bullet-proof" also, so we don't mind loaning Them to Family or Friends. They're great for getting Other Folks interested in Trike Riding after just one ride. I highly recommend These Trikes for some great exercise, and some fantastic fun while doing it.....!!!!!!!! 12/23/2014