24" S Type Frame Tricycle with Shimano 6speed (FP-TRCY038)
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- Model NO.: FP-TRCY038
- Certification: ISO
- Body Type: Open
- Style: Light
- Color: to Order
- Tire: 24"*1.75 Black Tire
- Specification: ISO
- HS Code: 87120090
- Driving Type: Rickshaw
- Usage: Cargo, Passenger, Cargo and Passenger
- Weight: 30kgs
- Size: 24"
- Speed: Shimano 6 Speed or Single Speed
- Trademark: flying pigeon or customer′s LOGO
- Origin: Tianjin, China
1. Frame⋔: Steel with painting, Hi-ten frame φ 50*2.0MM
2. Alloy goose-head type stem &handlebar
3. Front V brake & rear band brake, with alloy brake lever
4.24"*1.75 black tyre, alloy rim, 14G
5. Alloy crank, with steel paint chain cover
6. Shimano 6speed, TX31 DIAL SHIFTER
7. KMC chain
8. Butyl rubber tube
9. Comfortable saddle with seat post
10. Rear basket: 50*42*30cm(separate packing with the trike)
11. SKD30%packing, 108*27*65cm
12. Container loading quantity: 135PCS/20'GP container; 340PCS/40'HQ container
Nobody wants to be uncomfortable when riding a bicycle and as all humans are built almost the same there are some very important rules which must be followed to make a comfortable tricycle.
For the best comfort your back should be just slightly forward of vertical.
As can be seen in the photograph to the right, the center line of the shoulders is just marginally ahead of the centerline of the HIPS giving a very slight forward upper body tilt. The arms are bent comfortably forward just above the top of your HIPS meaning that there is almost no pressure being placed on the arms which is especially important for the elderly.
To make pedaling as easy as possible it has been proven that forward pedal positions are the best for recreational riding, the forward pedal position allows easy starts and helps you to put a large amount of your body weight through the pedal.
Our new seat has foam and springs for suspension with special pads on each side of the seat to provide hours of riding in pain-free comfort.