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Hey, guys. Dustin here, CEO of sixthreezero, and today I'm going to show you the sixthreezero EVRYjourney electric tricycle, and everything about it. Stick around.
Okay. So, today I'm going to introduce you to the sixthreezero EVRYjourney Electric Tricycle. This is a truly special product, our three-wheeled trike that can allow you to take things with you, grocery shop, get around communities. It's a lot of fun, and it's powered by electricity. So, let me walk you through it.
So, I've got the EVRYjourney Electric Tricycle set up and I wanted to show you also a few things. We have a matching helmet in every colorway that's available. So, we have it in the navy, in the teal, sorry, in the cream, teal, navy, and the matte black, and there's a matching helmet for each. We've also showcased some of the bags. And for these colorways, we have bags that can match or offset the colors of the bikes. So, this one, the burgundy matches the burgundy wheels. We have the cream to match the frame here, the navy bag, and the matte black bag.
So, the fun part about these trikes, number one, is the style. We've tried to come up with a color palette that's so far different from any tricycle out there, let alone an electric tricycle, and we've made all the bags to match so you can coordinate and accessorize these bikes to bring things with you. Now, you do have the large basket in the rear here for transporting things, whether it's groceries, maybe pool equipment if you're going to the pool, or a change of clothes wherever you're going. In addition to that, though, you can throw a bag on the front, a basket, bags on the frame, bring your cell phone. Really, it's totally up to you. So, let me also walk you through what's special about this bike. So, this is our EVRYjourney frame. What that means is a couple of things. If you're familiar with our EVRYjourney product, you'll understand the EVRYjourney frame.
If not, I'll explain it to you. The EVRYjourney frame is set up where the pedals are shifted forward. What this means is traditional pedals are straight below the seat. In this case, they're shifted forward about three inches. This allows, so when you're stopped, you can get your feet properly on the ground. Now, the seat's a little bit high for me here, but you can get your feet properly on the ground while still having great leg extension while you're pedaling. It really is a nice safety feature, and also it's a comfort feature. You can see I'm in a perfect ergonomic position. My back is upright. And the handlebars swoop into your body and allow you to have your arms relaxed, shoulders relaxed, and take all the tension off shoulders, elbows, wrists, you name it. The other benefit to all sixthreezero bikes, including the electric trike, is the four custom adjustment points.
And these four custom adjustment points allow you to custom adjust this bike to your body for the perfect fit, which means absolute comfort. And when you can achieve the highest level of comfort, what does that mean? No pain in your body after you ride. So, the four adjustment points are here. On your seat, you can tilt this seat forward or back. You can raise or lower the seat. You can tilt the handlebars and you can also raise and lower the handlebars. Truly a unique feature of the sixthreezero brand and especially our electric tricycle. And these are done with a simple Allen key for the handlebar adjustments. For the seat height here, it's a quick release and it's a 13 or 14 millimeter on your seat, depending on the nuts you have. You loosen it, tilt it and perfectly adjust it to your body.
For a lot of riders riding on a trike, I know comfort is one of the most important things. In this, you will not have to worry about it, because you'll be in a perfectly ergonomic position and you'll have little pain after you ride. It's a great ride and setup. Now, let me walk you through a little bit about the electronics of this bike. It's a 250-watt front hub motor. So, the motor's actually in the wheel here. Now, just looking at it you're not going to be able to easily tell this is electric. And then we have our battery back here. In terms of the top speed on this bike with the throttle, you're going to be able to hit about 15 miles an hour, and with pedal assist, I would say about 17 miles an hour. On a tricycle, getting up to 17 miles an hour, depending on what kind of rider you are, it's not always necessary but you do have the power if you want it.
We've done the 250 watt motor on the front because it's simple, it's clean, it's easy, and also it helps to keep the cost down, quite honestly. So, we're trying to find the balance between the value and the output. So, the top speed is 15 miles an hour if you use the throttle and 17 with pedal assist. Which brings me to the next point, is when riding this, you have two options. Well, three options really. You can ride this as a normal tricycle, meaning no power, or you can use the throttle and have the throttle do all the work for you, or you can use the pedal assist. And I'll do a quick demo after I'm done walking you through the bikes to show you how all the modes work. Now, your battery's back here. The battery is easily removable. I'll demonstrate that for you. And with this battery, you're going to get anywhere from, with pedal assist mode you're going to get anywhere from 15 to 35 miles.
And with the throttle, you're going to get anywhere from 10 to 20 miles in the range. Now, that's if you do throttle only, 10 to 20 miles. If you do pedal assist, 15 to 35 miles. When you talk about the range on e-bikes, there are a lot of things that factor into how much range you get out of battery. One of the most important ones is the rider's weight. Secondly is the terrain. What kind of hills, pavement, rocky, dirt. Anything that's going to add more resistance is going to drain the battery a lot faster. Also is the load. So, back here when I talk about rider weight, if you have anything in the basket weighting the bike down, that's going to obviously drain the battery quicker. So, those ranges I gave you are just baselines. It's completely possible that you get more range out of the battery.
It's also feasible that you're going to get less range depending on the weight. That's something you'll be able to feel out a little bit more as you start riding and you'll start to understand the range a little bit better. Now, up here you have your display. This is where you change your pedal assist levels. This is where your throttle is, by your thumb. And like I said, you have your battery here. And let me go ahead and demonstrate. So, for the battery, you just have to take the seat off and then you have a key on this side. We have the key in here. You would just unlock that and then you can simply slide the battery out. And you can bring this upstairs, charge it in your house, at your office if you're going to ride to work. Let it charge while you're working so it's fully charged when you ride home, and then you can just slide it back on when you're ready to go. And you just click it in and it goes right back in and you just put your seat back in.
You can also charge it while it's on the bike. You don't have to take it off to charge. I just did that to demonstrate. And right here, you do actually have a USB port. And that's your charging port right on the side here too. So, if you did want to charge your phone, you went to the beach or something and your phone's dying, you could plug it in here and charge it with that battery. Just be mindful, you're going to use the power that you may need to get home. So, something to think about. So, another feature is we do use caliper brakes with brake pads. With the 250 watt motor that's going to provide you ample stopping power, especially because on trikes, you're not going to reach the speeds you would reach on a two-wheel e-bike. So, these will provide ample power.
In the rear, you've got a brake that's on the actual axle or a drum brake, and that's going to provide enough power. So, just the front brake is the actual caliper brakes. And we have a seven-speed derailleur. So, I was saying before, you can actually ride this as a normal trike. So, if you have the budget available and you're in the market for a trike, I recommend getting the electric version because, with the electric version, you can still ride it as a normal bike. And with the seven speeds, it's not going to feel that much different. This trike's not going to feel that much different from a regular trike. With the gears, it's going to help you pedal. It's very smooth, shifts very easily, and it's a really nice ride. So, I'm going to hop on here and just do a quick demonstration for you. I will go ahead and use the teal one.
Why not? Okay. I got my helmet on. I always recommend a helmet for safety. Now, the other benefit of this frame is the easy step through. And I want to show you a couple of things. So, like I said, you can... One thing I'll say too, for height ranges, this bike's going to be good for anyone 4'11" to 6'2" because of the EVRYjourney frame. Shorter individuals, you may not be able to get your feet on the ground when stopped, but because you have the three wheels, it's not as much of a concern. Obviously with a two-wheel bike you need to be able to get your feet down. But with the trike, I mean, you can just sit here and not move. So, riders 4'11" will be okay on this. Now, right now I am in second gear. The electricity and motor are off. I just want to show you how simple it is to ride. And you can see I'm using very little effort and I'm still just riding as a normal bike. And I'm going to come a little closer now. Okay.
What I'm going to do here. So, now I'm turning on the motor up here. There's a power button. And on this screen, you can see the level of pedal-assist you're in. In the case of this tricycle, you do have to have it in pedal-assist one or higher for the throttle to work. Now, the five levels of assist, each level's going to give you more power from the motor when you're pedaling. And it's really up to you to choose how much assistance you want. I'll put it in level two, and then you start pedaling. And once you start, you're going to feel the motor kick in. There it goes. And now it's just very simple. And I'm up to 10, 11, 12. And I'll come back.
Okay. Now, lastly, let's say you're just tired. Or the other thing about this tricycle is this can really be a mode of transportation. So, let's just say you don't even want to pedal. No problem. In that case, you can put this up to level five to make sure you output as much power as possible. And then you can dictate with the throttle how much you want the motor to work or not work. And it's really simple. It's right here. You just push your thumb down and you just push it in and out as much as you want it to assist. So, I'll show you. Pushing it down. There we go. I can back it off. And I'm not pedaling at all. And I'm a 220-pound guy and you can see really, it's no problem even for me to get me around.
And if you're curious, we have other videos detailing how to ride an electric trike, how to transfer your weight when turning, because that is an important part of riding an electric tricycle. So, I'll just go ahead and what I'll do really quick is we'll reset up and I'll show you quickly on the straightaway here what top speeds I can hit.
Okay. I'm all mounted up here. I'm going to show you on the straightaway the top speed we can hit in pedal assist and throttle. I have a short runway here, but I'll do the best I can. So, let's do pedal-assist first. Here we go. And the motor kicks in and I'm at 7, 8, 9, 10, 14. And I hit 16 just in that little stretch. And I'm coming back with throttle and I am at 12, 13, 14, 15 right there. So, I am confident that on the straightaway with pedal assist, I could definitely hit 18 to 20 miles an hour. I just ran out of runway there. So, that is the sixthreezero EVRYjourney electric trike, 250 Watts. It is a dream to ride, so comfortable and so much fun. Sometimes this is even just a good secondary bicycle/tricycle to have at your house or garage. Something you can use to bring things places, ride for fun, don't worry about your balance, or use it as transportation to and from the park, the pool, the office, the grocery store, or of course around a community.
So, if you have any questions at all, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (310) 982-2877. And if you haven't already done it, take the body fit quiz on our website. On mobile it's at the top, on desktop, it's on the side. Click the button. Take the proprietary quiz. The algorithm is going to ask you some questions about your body and your life, and we're going to fit you into the perfect e-bike or regular bike or trike. So, thank you for sticking around. And don't forget, it's your journey and your experience. Enjoy the ride.
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