Longbikes Eliminator 2002 Recumbent Bike

Longbikes Eliminator 2002 Recumbent Bike 

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[May 16, 2002]
RB Wright
Recreational Rider

Strength:

comfort, ergonomics, frame strength, engineering, easy adjustability of seat fore/aft and rake angle.

Weakness:

defective idler gear, promptly replaced free by mfgr. (Early model, wrong alloy used by supplier.) Steering linkage vulnerable in a fall.

A great road bike, strong and comfortable. The mesh seat is a little less cushy than a foam seat (RANS et. al.) but I like it, and at 300lbs. I''m no lightweight. Understeer grips ergonomically perfect. Good mfg. support and info. 1,000 miles so far and still a great ride. 3 chain setup is very quiet, unlike usual monster length single chain.

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My first recumbent, although my wife has a RANS, and I tested one of them.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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