Sun Seeker X3-AX - 2017

Sun Seeker X3-AX
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Sun Seeker's X3-AX features 3 wheels so you enjoy a go-cart feel and don't even have to put a foot down at stops. Plus, its light aluminum frame has plenty of get-up-and-go and handles like a dream, while the long wheelbase means a stable, predictable ride at even maximum speed. Complementing the great frame are three 20-inch wheels with quality tires and dual rear disc brakes for total control. You'll also love the comfy, highly adjustable mesh seat and the easy ergonomic handlebar position. You get reliable Shimano, SRAM, and Promax components for braking and shifting excellence too.

To measure your X-Seam, sit flat on the floor with your back reclined against a 30- to 48-inch board angled 14- to 15-inches from the wall and measure along the floor from the board to your heel. Be sure your buttocks are pressed against the board and your legs are flat on the floor. If you're close to either end of the X-Seam range, just ask us and we'll help you choose the proper size.

Specs

Frame 7005 aluminum
Fork Steel w/chromoly steerer
Rims/Wheels Aluminum
Hubs Aluminum
Spokes 14g stainless-steel
Tires Kenda Kwest, 20 x 1.25
Crankset Aluminum
Chainrings 52/42/30
Front Derailleur Microshift
Rear Derailleur Shimano
Rear Cogs SRAM 8-speed: 11-32
Shifters SRAM
Handlebars Aluminum telescoping
Stem Aluminum
Brake Levers Promax
Brakes Front: Promax linear-pull; Rear: Winzip mechanical disc
Saddle Contoured foam w/cool back

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5.0

(based on 1 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive 
  • Comfortable seat 
  • Durable 
  • Ergonomic 
  • Great components 

Cons

  • Heavy 

Best Uses

  • Commuting 
  • Leisurely rides 
  • Light riding 
  • Street riding 
  • Uneven surfaces 

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5

Worth the $$$$

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from Corvallis Oregon

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Trike
  • Durable
  • Handles Well
  • Ergonomic
  • Attractive Design
  • Comfortable Seat
  • Great Components
  • Safe

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Commuting
  • Leisurely Rides
  • Uneven Surfaces
  • Light Trails
  • Street Riding

Comments:

After four hip replacements(they fail) I needed exercise but the seat on my custom Specialized bike would put too much weight where it shouldn't be. I went to the Palm Springs area and spent considerable time looking at trikes. The senior population areas provided a good selection but this was the ONLY one I would consider. It is a slow beast but that is the only complaint. The seat and bike is a good match for my 250 lb frame and very comfortable. I was able to put knobby tires on it and hit some trails around my Oregon home. You need to have a fair understanding of how a bike works but this is laid out nicely and easy to work on. I'm nearing the point where I will part ways with any biking (health issues) and have a long list of folks wanting a first shot at buying mine at that point.

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