Mobo Triton Ultimate Three Wheeled Cruiser

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Mobo Triton Ultimate Three Wheeled Cruiser

  • Sturdy, adjustable frame that fits riders up to 5’5”
  • Free-wheel without chain
  • Comfortable cushioned seat
  • Caliper handbrake
  • Recumbent-style design reduces shoulder and arm stress

Original to the Mobo line, the Mobo Triton is anything but rudimentary. with its ultra-maneuverability and ”way cool” design, it is unparalleled as a three-wheeled cruiser for ”big kids.” A simple steering mechanism and low-to-the-ground chassis makes the Mobo Triton the perfect companion for a brisk work out resulting in increased cardiovascular health and hand-eye coordination. Looking for a bike to fit your growing adolescent? The Mobo Triton includes an adjustable frame to fit heights up

Price: $ 269.99
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3 Responses to “Mobo Triton Ultimate Three Wheeled Cruiser”
  1. Paul Collins says:
    52 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for our autistic 12 year-old, August 8, 2011
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    Paul Collins (Portland, Oregon) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    There seem to be a lot of both 1 and 5 star reviews here, and I think I can explain that. This bike is, in effect, a recumbent trike that can accomodate everyone from a 7 year old (and maybe smaller, for all I know) to an adult. But it IS a trike without a chain or gears — the pedals go direct into those little wheels. What it is perfect at — and useless for — are both directly related to that fact.

    What it CAN’T do is pick up much speed at all… or for that matter, get up a steep hill very easily. So if you’re looking for a bike that’ll handle a commute or trips to the store, you’d be nuts to buy this thing. It’ll be useless, you’ll hate it, and you’ll and be mad about being out a bunch of money. So… there’s your one-star reviews accounted for.

    What it CAN do is give excellent exercise and cycling experience for people who *can’t* normally ride a bike. While you wouldn’t want to ride real far in it, taking it for a mile-long spin through the local park is no problem at all. So: let’s say you have a bad back or, as in my case, an autistic kid who’s a flight risk on a bike. Well, this thing will get you in the fresh air and give a you a very pleasant but meaningful workout.

    For an autistic kid, it’s a godsend. My son needs constant supervision, so we can’t just have him tooling around on a regular bike. The Triton is *just* fast enough to be fun for him, and yet just *slow* enough that I can keep up with him at a good brisk walk. There’s little danger from him falling off a bike so low to the ground, and I can keep up on foot to make sure he doesn’t go veering off into a road or something. And the bike itself is fun and unusual enough that when his schoolmates see him on it at the park, they’re fascinated and want to try it out themselves. Which is high praise indeed!

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  2. JW "Sundaysilent" says:
    37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Products, July 23, 2007

    “Not only is this is wonderful product that my whole family loves, but
    my doctor also recommended the use of this product for me to exercise
    my legs, which have been giving me problems. Also, the transaction was
    as smooth as silk. The seller was very helpful and responded to the
    one question I had quickly and competently. The product and service
    here were the best. Thank you so much. I’m planning to buy two more
    for Christmas gifts!”

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  3. Patricia A. Laub "speed racer's mom" says:
    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Triton Review, July 5, 2009
    By 
    Patricia A. Laub “speed racer’s mom” (Richboro, PA, USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    We purchased this bike for our adult Down Syndrome son. He loves it. Since it has arrived he spends at least 1 – 2 hours each day riding it. His weight is slowly coming down; his energy level has increased tremendously as also his self confidence and independence.

    We had tried traditional bikes, but he struggled with them due to balance and the seating. The Triton with its recumbent seat and rear wheel navigation gives him security and control.

    Without a doubt, we would highly recommend it for any special needs individual. It is just FUN!

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