Stability and Control
I rode the EZ-Sport a bit over 100 miles in just the first week and had a ball!
Zooming down a bridge at 30 mph felt as if I were piloting a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Moreover, the relatively high seat and its ease of adjustment, the low bottom bracket and the Kenda fat high-pressure tires ‘conspire’ to give you an uncommonly pleasant sense of stability and control.
Riding a trike is fun and riding the EZ-Tadpole was no exception. At the very least, I view the EZ-Tadpole trike as the quintessential beach/bike path cruiser.
The EZ-1 is nearly an ideal commuter and an excellent path/trail bike
5 Great Reasons To Enjoy A Recumbent
Recumbent bikes are a great choice for anyone looking for a comfortable, fun, and low-impact way to exercise. They offer exceptional back support, put no pressure on the joints, provide stability, and eliminate discomfort in the feet and ankles. With so many benefits, it's easy to see why recumbent bikes are becoming increasingly popular among fitness enthusiasts of all ages and abilities.
Style, Comfort, Fun!
Recumbent bikes are unique in their design and style. The seated position provides a relaxed and comfortable ride, and the low-to-the-ground design gives riders a sense of being closer to the road. The laid-back position also allows for a more engaging and enjoyable ride, making it a fun way to exercise.
Amazing Back Support
Traditional bicycles often cause discomfort or pain in the back due to the hunched-over position that riders have to maintain. Recumbent bikes, on the other hand, offer exceptional back support thanks to their reclined position. This position allows riders to maintain proper spinal alignment, which reduces the strain on the back and makes the ride more comfortable.
No Pressure on the Joints
Another great benefit of recumbent bikes is that they put no pressure on the joints. Traditional bikes often cause pain and discomfort in the knees, hips, and ankles due to the constant impact and strain on these joints. Recumbent bikes, however, place the rider in a position where the weight is distributed evenly, reducing the impact on the joints and making it an ideal choice for people with joint issues.
Wider Stance = More Stability
Recumbent trikes have a wider stance than traditional bikes, which means they provide more stability and balance. This is particularly beneficial for older riders or those who are new to cycling. The wider stance helps riders maintain control and balance, making it easier and safer to ride.
No Discomfort in Your Feet or Ankles
With traditional bikes, riders often experience discomfort in their feet and ankles due to the pressure on the pedals. Recumbent bikes eliminate this discomfort by placing the pedals in front of the rider's body, rather than underneath them. This design allows riders to pedal with ease, without putting any strain on their feet or ankles.