EZ-3 USX HD

The EZ-3 USX HD provides all the stability and control available in recumbent trike technology while offering a little more thrill. And when we say HD we mean heavy duty, with 110 psi tires, 48 spoke wheels with double-wall rims, this trike will handle 400 pounds. Setting this trike apart from others is its low center of gravity attained by three 20-inch wheels that are cambered in the rear to increase cornering stability. Also, the EZ-3 USX HD offers powerful brakes on all three wheels, mid-frame suspension and under-the-seat steering. The EZ-3 USX HD might not be for the superhuman daredevil, but it is quite perfect for the casual to intermediate rider, and perfect for sunny days on the bike path or zooming down the boardwalks. The EZ-3 USX features Direct Steering, the new Slotted Seat adjustment system, and rattle-free and infinite-adjust seat struts.

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DETAILS

EZ-3 USX HD SPECIFICATIONS

Wheel Base 59.5″ (151cm)
Overall Length 78″ (198cm)
Width 32″ (81cm)
Seat Height 18″ (45cm)
Frame High Tensile Tig Welded Steel
Fork High Tensile Steel
BB Loose Ball 68mm
Crank Alloy 170×52/42/30 (steel rings)
F. Derailleur Shimano
R. Derailleur Shimano
Shifter Sram
Freewheel 13-28 7Sp
Pedals Alloy Cage
Brake Front Promax Linear Pull
Brake Rear Winzip Dual Mech. Disc
Brake Levers Promax Alloy w/L.H. Lock
Headset 1″ Steel
Handlebar Steel
Stem Alloy
Hub Front Alloy QR
Hub Rear Alloy QR
Rim Front 20×1.75 48h Double Wall Alloy
Rim Rear 20×1.75 48h Double Wall Alloy
Spokes 14g. Stainless Steel
Tire Front 20×1.95 BW Maxxis Hook Worm 110psi
Tire Rear 20×1.95 BW Maxxis Hook Worm 110psi
Saddle Contoured Foam w/Tri Color Top
Seat Slide Steel
Seat Back Cool Back Adjustable w/Bottle Braze-ons
Weight 65 lbs
Weight Limit 400 lbs
X-Seam 36″-47″
COLORS

AVAILABLE COLORS

EZ-3 USX HD is available in:

  • 69322 Ultra Silver
ACCESSORIES

AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES

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