Ridekick for Recumbent Bicycles.
Ride more and enjoy the outdoors.
Electric power helps you get started without strain
and get over HILLS more easily.
Go farther with higher confidence you can get home.
Simply add electric assist without adding a motor or batteries to your bike. It is easy to hitch to your rear axle in minutes, unlike an elaborate electric conversion kit. Quickly unhitch it for unpowered riding.“Without the RideKick I’m limited to 4 or 5 miles around the neighborhood.
With the RideKick I can manage 16 to 20 miles on one of the local bike paths.
On the longer rides I can even carry a lunch in the RideKick.” Phil
A throttle on the handlebars gives you total control of the motor power. Press the throttle a little for slow assist, and full throttle will help you up to 19 miles per hour.“It has added a new dimension to my commute to the office…thanks for a great product! “I use RideKick motor mainly for long slow inclines, steeper hills, when riding against the wind, getting up to speed quickly when crossing intersections, or when I was unable to down shift when coming to an emergency stop.”
Safe, stable in turns, and FUN.
Electric assist is a great equalizer. Everyone can ride together on pleasure rides or short errands to the store and around town.
Works with many styles:
And a video from RBR“Went to the E-Bike Store in Portland, OR this weekend and tried out the Ridekick trailer on my Greenspeed. It worked so well that my husband and I bought 2! We will get a great many miles out of them.”
Look at our dealer page for a Ridekick dealer near you, or call 877-974-4440 for answers to any questions. We offer a 30 day money back trial for online orders.
Are you a Ridekick trailer rider?
Send us a photo and let us know what model recumbent you ride. Share a favorite story too. We look forward to your submissions at info@Ridekick.com
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Here’s an entry from a couple that takes their trikes around the nation. It looks like a wonderful way to get around when they get to a campground.