Sun EZ-1 Lite Recumbent Bike

The EZ-Lite is an aluminum EZ-1 available in subdued metallic blue or silver. It is lighter yet still economical. The aluminum frame, seat clamp, and handlebar bring the weight down to 33-lb a savings of 9 lb over the EZ-1! Read More…

Sun EZ-1 Recumbent Bike

The Sun EZ-1 is a CLWB recumbent bike with a 16″ front wheel and a 20″ rear wheel. Riders looking for economical comfort bike will find it does well in both areas. It comes in red or blue. It is economical but it is heavy at 41.5 lb. Read More…

Sun EZ-Tandem Recumbent

he Sun recumbent EZ Tandem CX & EZ Tandem AX tandems are designed by Gardner Martin of Easy Racers fame. Manufactured in Taiwan, they are the least expensive recumbents tandems I know of. Certainly built for comfort and not speed or hill climbing they are fine for many couples with moderate goals. Read More…

Sun EZ-Sport Recumbent Bike

The EZ-Sport is a Chromoly steel LWB designed by Gardner Martin with 20″ front and 26″ rear wheels. It may sound like an economical, imported Tour Easy. It is not. Gardner told me he designed it to be “the easiest bike for a novice to get used to”. Many of our customers think he has succeeded. Read More…

Rans Wave Recumbent Bike

The little brother of the Tailwind, the Wave brought RANS comfort, handling & quality to the sub $700 Price range. It had the same seat, handlebars and Chromoly frame as the Tailwind but the other parts are different. Read More…

Rans V-Rex Recumbent Bike

The V-Rex’s name means “King of speed.” As the big brother of the Rocket, the V-Rex has several improvements. The larger 26″ rear wheel provides a smoother ride and allows a huge selection of tires. Read More…

Rans Stratus Recumbent Bike

The classic long wheelbase Stratus LE is the standard for touring recumbents as is the Easy Racers Tour Easy. Strats have been crossing this country since 1979, they are great for fitness riding, day trips and fast century rides too. Anywhere there is an open road a Stratus will feel right at home. Read More…

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