For the city as well as faraway places.
AZUB SIX is the ultimate universal bike we have on offer. It is comfortable, ergonomic, efficient and beautiful, nimble enough for the city and stable enough for long straight roads. Its robust frame, semi-integrated headset, stiff rear fork and a fixed rear rack make it a durable bike suitable for everyday commuting as well as for expeditions tens of thousands of kilometres long. However, each bike we have on offer is built according to the customer’s wishes, so we can also configure the SIX in such a way so that it offers plenty of comfort and speed for some pleasant afternoon or weekend outings. Which means you will be able to experience all the amazing features that AZUB SIX offers to extreme riders too.
From zero to six
For us, the SIX is the epitome of the entire evolution of our recumbent bikes. Our first prototype had a 20” front wheel and 26” rear wheel so we can really call it the AZUB Zero. Since then we have continuously refined it, looked closely at every single detail, and each and every experience we ever got we have transformed into an improvement. At first, we would come up with major innovations every year and the name of this model would change according to the given year – 2002, 2003, then AZUB 4 and AZUB 5. In 2005, we were happy with our Top Line models and for the next six long years we only focused on minor improvements. Then in 2011, we introduced an improved asymmetric fork along with other new technical details, but the new name of AZUB SIX didn’t come out until 2013. Ever since then, the SIX as well as all other AZUB recumbents have a sliding sleeve for the precise adjustment of the seat counting in millimetres, a superb system for the smooth and firm adjustment of the seat angle with locking nuts, improved mounting for the rear rack and revised geometry for even better riding experience.
Well pampered (Don’t bend, ride bent)
The comfort on this bike is provided not only by the rear suspension or the optional front suspension, but also by the position of the rider, whereby the crankset is positioned lower than the bottom of the composite ergonomic seat. Nevertheless, to ensure maximum comfort you need something extra. You need to merge with your bike completely and such connection can be arranged. Just adjust the seat angle, position of steering and the distance of the crankset exactly according to your needs. Our IPS system will allow you to do all this. We have been continuously improving it since 2000 and today we are more than happy with it. You see, we believe that the bike should adapt to the rider, not the other way round.
Recumbent Bicycle Name: Azub Six
Electric Assist: none
Parking Brake: No
Rear Suspension: Torch DV-22
Front Suspension: 20" Spinner Grind - Spring Shock
Weight Limit: 275 lbs (125kg)
Total Weight: 33lbs (15kg)
Seat Height: 22.4"
Overall Length: 66.9" (170mm)
Overall Width: 17" (45cm)
Overall Height: 41.3"
Rear Suspension: Torch DV-22 Spring Shock
BB Height: 24"
Pedals: Force Product
Brakes: Avid BB7 Mtn
Brake Levers: Avid
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore 10 speed
Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore 3 speed
Shift Levers: Shimano Deore Trigger
Crankset: Shimano Deore 170mm crankarms Triple with guard
Bottom Bracket: External
Rims: Rocky Disc RX 3022
Cassette / Cog: Shimano 10 speed 11-36t
Front Hub: Quick Release
Rear Hub: Quick Release
Front Tire: Schwalbe Racer 26 x 1.5" (40-559)
Rear Tire: Schwalbe Racer 26 x 1.5" (40-559)
Tube Type: Schraeder (standard)
Chain: 10 speed
Steering: Direct Above Seat Stearing (ASS)
Last Update: 7/1/2020
Find additional details on the Azub Six check Azub.eu
Notes: Riders should call us with their height, weight and X-seam for sizing assistance. Modifications may be needed for shorter or taller riders. For detailed X-seam measuring instructions go to Recumbent Sizing.