On 1/4/07 Bill Haluzak told me he is calling it quits from
the bicycle business. Since then Haluzak Recumbent bikes and
trikes have been unavailable. Since them we have kept some
Haluzak Recumbent parts and accessories in stock. As of 4/13/10
we still have chain idlers; seat frames; seat mesh and a few
accessories for Haluzak bikes.
You can buy them online here:
Man Online Store for Haluzak Recumbent Parts
If you are looking for a high quality, lightweight USS recumbent -
Recumbents has their new 3.0 LWB available now and an all new 20x20
SWB in development.
The Haluzak, Horizon classic USS SWB recumbents
We do not have any Haluzak bikes left in stock but try to keep their
repair parts available.
Need Haluzak seats, seat frames, idlers etc? Give Peter a call
For years, Bill Haluzak built some of the finest USS recumbent bikes
available. All of his bikes are similarly designed and change little over
the years. In fact, it is difficult to tell them apart in pictures. Some
99% of Haluzak's bikes are USS SWB with bar-ends and bar-con shifters.
Their rider position, handling and comfort are similar. You can get a
Haluzak with OSS handlebars, which comprises the missing 1% of their
sales. The frame detail, rider position and handling are very good.
Quality components and Bar-Con shifters made the Haluzak among the best
shifting 'bents on the market. Their chain idler is nearly silent and
pretty trouble free. USS handlebars with bar-end are an excellent
combination. It gives one of the most comfortable hand-arm positions of
any USS 'bent. Haluzak, Longbikes and Linear recumbents all use this
handlebar style. Haluzak low speed maneuverability is good, they climb
pretty well too.
Some recumbent beginners find it easiest to learn to ride USS bikes like
the Haluzak. As with all USS bikes accessories mounted on the handlebars
are sometimes harder to see. This is particularly important with
speedometers and mirrors. For adding lights, Speedo's and mirrors to any
USS bike requires the purchase of an optional mount (or some ingenuity.)
All Haluzak models share the same seat. It is light and breathes very
well. The seat cover is extremely durable. The seat frame is somewhat less
durable, we have seen a few riders over 220 lb break them. I have not been
able to get really comfortable on it but Haluzak owners rarely complain.
Haluzak says it breaks in to fit you in a few hundred miles. Haluzak
owners are sometimes quite loyal to their bike.
Options available on the Haluzak include an accessory mount (for lights &
speedometers), front shocks on the Horizon or Hybrid race, and Over Seat
Steering (but OSS is only 1% of their sales.)
The seats on Haluzak (like Lightning and Vision) bikes don't adjust to fit
your leg length, the pedals do. This makes adjustment to different riders
more difficult as you may need to change the chain length also. For owners
who want to share their bikes with riders of different height this is
inconvenient. The fixed seat position helps keep your weight optimally
centered between the wheels whether you are tall or short. Their optimal
weight distribution and medium wheelbase combine to deliver their
Mark (Max) Townsend shows Sydney Australia his Haluzak
If you are considering a new USS recumbent look at the
Longbikes links on this web page.