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Innovative Reverse Electric Trike! New for 2024 Reverse E Trike w/ Tilting Wheels, Crazy!

The newest reverse electric trike for 2024.

Hey everyone, I'm Dustin. I have nearly 20 years of experience in the bike and e-bike industry. And today I'm going to show you the newest reverse electric trike for 2024. Be the first to know about all the new content we're putting out, giveaways we're doing, and of course, new product releases. All right, right here I have the EZ Transit two-wheel in front reverse electric trike from sixthreezero. This is a cool e-trike, and you can see it leans with the two wheels in the front. This is nimble, fun, easy to steer, and offers something a little bit different than a conventional trike or e-trike with the two rear wheels in the back. So let me walk you through a few things about this reverse electric trike. Now, the cool thing is it's still an upright trike in the sense that it's not a recumbent or a lay-down trike, but you have a very low step-over height, which is 11 inches.

Now, in addition to the 11 inches, you have a very wide space here to easily step on and mount onto the seat. Now, the other thing I want to point out is this bike or reverse trike can accommodate riders 411 up to six foot four you have a double seat post here so we can drop this down. And now in the lowest position, the seat is 30 inches off the ground, which makes for a very simple step through and sit down so you can slide onto the trike. Now, with the reverse trike, if you have the flexing front wheels that can shift and lean, it's a little bit more difficult to get it to balance on its own. Now you can see there, I can get it to balance on its own, but we like to use the kickstand back here just to be safe. Now on a conventional trike. The bike can just sit there and balance. What you're exchanging between these two by having these leaning front wheels is the reverse trike is much more nimble and you can do sharper turns. It rides a lot more like a standard two-wheel bike than a regular trike, but you're still getting the added balance of the two wheels in front.

So If you still have the capability of balancing to some extent, the reverse trike is a great option. If you can't balance it all on a two-wheel bike anymore, then you may want to opt for a conventional trike. Now, when you sit down, you can sit here like this and you can have your feet on the ground. But when you pick your feet up, it does require the rider to steer. Now, if you don't steer and I pick my feet up, you can see I'm going to fall over. But once you get moving, it becomes much easier to have the two front wheels. Let me go ahead and turn the battery on here. OK. There we go. So when you start to move just a little bit, let me show you.

I can pick my feet up at a very slow pace. And I'll show you some riding demos here in a second. Now this is a 750-watt rear hub motor. So I can get up hills on this. I'm 220 pounds. It's very versatile. You have five levels of pedal assist. You have the drive and a reverse option. It's a 10.4 amp hour battery. you're going to get up to 50 miles of range depending on how you do the pedal assist or how you use the throttle. Also, the weight of the rider is going to impact it as well. The reverse option on this reverse trike. Now, you do have to sort of keep your feet down to balance for reverse, but it's kind of cool because if you do get into a tight space, you can still keep your feet down and move backward. It can still be beneficial in certain circumstances. You've got a front headlight up here. You've got the front and rear fenders, which are cool. You also have disc brakes, so you have three disc brakes. You have one in the rear and two in the front. The braking power is great. And you also have these parking brakes here, which help a little bit if you want to balance it without the three wheels. Now, in addition to that, You've also got seven gears on here, like on a normal bicycle. So you can shift those as you ride. If you're in pedal assist level one, you wanna be in gear one, two, or three. And then as you move your way up to the highest level of pedal assist, you wanna start to be in the highest gear to make sure you're matching the cadence of your pedaling with the output of the pedal assist.

All right. The other thing I didn't mention is that this is a folding reverse electric trike so you can unfold right here and we can now. Oops, I got to unlock it from there. You can fold this in half and your handlebars also fold down as well. Let's go ahead and put this back in. Okay, like so. And right up here, your handlebars fold down like this. And I didn't put it down all the way. And then also your pedals are gonna fold up as well right here. So you pop this, the pedal folds up, okay? Like so. The battery is easily removable for transporting. This e-bike weighs 68 pounds, this reverse trike. Remove the battery, that's eight pounds. Now you're down to 60.

Remove the seat, that's two pounds. Now you're down to 58 pounds. Once you strip it of that, lifting it, and putting it in the back, of an SUV or a rack shouldn't be too difficult it's nice how you can take the battery off easily to reduce the weight. There's also a rack on here. You could always take that off and remove another two pounds if you don't want that back here. okay All right. So in addition to that easy to fit in the back of a hatchback or an SUV and take with you and now I'm just gonna strap on a helmet, and walk you through exactly how this reverse trike operates. Well, before I get into, the ride, let me just show you.

OK, so now you can see it straight on. You can see when you turn the wheels are going to lean. OK, now they both operate together in the sense that they don't operate independently up or down. But as you turn them, they lean in the direction you're turning. which allows us to be very nimble and keeps it very, very stable. So in a sense, this is a more stable trike, but it does require more steering from the rider. On a conventional trike, you don't have to make any effort or work to keep the trike on all three wheels. In this situation, you need to keep the wheels straight. Now you can see I can balance it, but if you turn, it falls.

So the one interesting thing about this is that the leaning of your body weight is very similar to riding a reverse e-trike as it is to a two-wheel bike. So riding this trike is about it's about in between riding a conventional trike and a two-wheel bike, somewhere in the middle of those two things. So I'm going to get my helmet on and then I'll demonstrate a little bit to you about how it operates. The other thing I'm going to say is before we get into it, I have a bunch of other videos showing me doing more riding. I also take all the measurements. So if you're curious about the measurements, the width when it's folded up, and all the details of it, check out our YouTube channel.

We have a playlist specifically for this model, or you can visit the link below to visit the sixthreezero website. All right. So I got everything adjusted. Another thing, too, is I mentioned this double seat post. You can get it up high for taller riders. So I raised it a little bit for myself. but just to see here, you can bring this seat way up should you need to. So that's cool. Okay, all right. Now if you want to come in through a tighter shot too, I'm going to show you up here just how it turns on. So you hold your power button right here, push this on, and I only have two batteries, but you've got your assist level, your miles per hour, your watt output, your distance, temperature outside. Here's your drive and reverse button. Here's your throttle. Here's your pedal assist levels right here. And you've got your gears over here. I'm in gear seven right now.

All right. So let me just demonstrate if you want to get behind me so they can see. All right. So you can see. Oh, left my kickstand up. Alright, so you can see how nimble it is and how stable it is. Okay, you'll see better now when I come this way. Alright. So you can see as the wheels lean as I turn, I'm gonna go ahead and make a little circle around the camera member, camera person, okay. Now again, it requires me to steer. If I take my hands off the bars, because of the nimbleness of the front wheels, I need to keep the wheel straight to balance. But balancing with the two wheels in front is much easier. So like a watch, if I do take my hands off again, it starts to lean. But once you grab and keep straight, having the two wheels in front makes it much easier to balance. So again, different than a conventional trike in that sense. But the absolute nimbleness and ease of steering is... much better than a conventional trike. Now I'm trying to take some hairpin turns here. There we go. And like you almost want to feel like you want to slalom like this. And the degree to which, oh, coming past our camera here. The degree to which you can lean is pretty extreme and you have to get used to the fact that you can lean so much.

It's almost a little unnatural if you've ever been on a tricycle. You're not used to learning this much. Conventional trikes, you don't want to lean that extreme really because that's where the instability comes from. But... With these. Can I make it up? Yep. Can I make it around this one? Yep. This one was a little too tight, a little too close together there, but did most of them. So, yeah, you can just do this thing is it's so much fun. It is. Really, cool. And we've got wet cement out here today. We had a. Huge rain here yesterday in California. And you can see we're grabbing pretty good. You haven't seen my wheels come off the ground or anything. And with this extreme of a turn...

And then here I come. We'll just go see how fast we can go. That's 13 miles an hour coming straight for our cameraman. Go ahead and head back this way. Let's see. I'm going to put it into level five. Give it all the throttle we got. And again, I'm 220 pounds. And we got up to 15 miles an hour right there. Getting a little busy here with cars. Coming back. So that shows you the versatility. If you want to check out another video where I go uphill on it, you can see that as well. It's a cool option if you need a little extra help looking for something with two wheels on it, but you're still capable of steering yourself. It's so different from a standard bike and so different from a conventional bike.

It's hard to describe. You've got the sportiness of a two-wheel bike, but with the added support, you feel super balanced on the turns. You could see on a lot of those turns, I went pretty extreme and you don't, you don't fall over. Now there's going to be a point where, you know, you get a little crazy with it but you can see even at these angles, the wheels stay down on the ground. So, a lot of fun. Have any other questions, comment below or reach out to us, at, or call us at 310-982-2877. Also, we have a 30-day test ride on your e-trike policy. If you don't love it in the first 30 days, send it back.

No questions asked, no money out of your pocket. In addition to that, we're going to warranty everything on the bike for the first year. If anything goes wrong, we'll take care of it. And lastly, join our Facebook group, our sixthreezero Pedalers. We have thousands of members in there. You can pop in, ask questions of our existing riders, and see how they like their bikes. Get comfortable before you purchase so you know what you're getting into. Then when you have yours, post in the group, and make friends. It's tons of fun. So thanks for sticking around and don't forget, it's your journey, your experience. Enjoy the ride.


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