An adult tricycle which provides increased stability and safety through a leaning frame design. All wheels remain on the road surface at all times to avoid the tricycle from tilting. The tricycle is fitted with a full throttle to allow the rider to sit in the back rest seat and enjoy the ride without pedaling. Also includes a pedal assist if required.
Frame: Tilting front end to improve cornering stability.
Motor: 200W brushless geared hub motor
Battery: 36V/10Ah lithium ion
Battery Charging time: 4-6 hours
Display: LCD,3 levels speed
Battery Range: 15-20kms
Frame: aluminium alloy
Wheelsize: 24" Front 20" Rear
Brake: Front V brake, rear drum
Derailleur: Shimano Tourney 6 gears
Function: Full throttle
Conforms with Aus/Eu Standard EN15194
3 years for frame, 6 months for battery , 1 year for motor, 1 year for controller
- CyclePower Electric Tricycle Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sixrNm-0Hvk&feature=youtu.be
- CyclePower Electric Tricycle - https://www.cyclepower.com.au/product-details-roma.htm
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Balanced Electric Tricycle : Pedal assist
Model Balanced electric tricycle: Electric tricycle - Full throttle
- Range (distance) 35 km - 40 km (Range depends on body weight and pedal assistance.)
- Diameter of Rear Wheel 20 inch (508 mm)
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 140 kg
- Power 200 W (Full throttle)
- Diameter of Front Wheel 24 inch (610 mm)
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