This is a Recumbent Cycle-Con demo trike and includes several popular accessories, including a headrest, rear fender, chain quick-adjust, and a flag. This trike has been test ridden at the show.
The GT20 RS is an upgraded version of the GT20, and includes rear suspension in addition to a 27-speed drivetrain.
A carefully engineered light-weight frame, low rolling resistance tires, and an efficient drive train provide exceptional performance, which makes this trike a real joy to ride. Whether one uses it for commuting, touring, or just exercising and having fun!
- Light, accurate steering with a tight turning radius.
- Seat is adjustable for height and angle with quick release levers.
- Stiff, light frame reduces frame flex.
- Shimano Dura Ace Bar End shifters make gear changes easy.
- Easy entry/exit due to curved cross member.
- Narrow to fit through doors and gates.
- Folds easily for transport and storage.
- X-seam range: 41" to 51"
Recumbent Tricycle Name: GT20 RS
Electric Assist: No
Parking Brake: Yes
Rear Suspension: Yes
Front Suspension: None
Weight Limit: 250 lbs
Manufacturer’s X-seam Range: 41 - 51"
Total Weight: 39 lbs
Seat Height: 12 - 17"
Overall Length: 76"
Overall Width: 31"
Overall Height: 27"
Folded Length: 35"
Folded Width: 31"
Folded Height: 28"
BB Height: 13 - 14"
Seat Angle: 30 - 48 degrees
Seat Type & Size: Mesh
Gear Range: 20 - 105"
Brakes: Sturmey Archer 90mm Drum
Brake Levers: Promax
Rear Derailleur: Shimano 9 speed
Front Derailleur: Microshift
Shift Levers: Shimano Dura Ace Bar End shifters 9 speed
Crankset: 165mm Crankarms Shimano Sora 30/39/50t Chainrings
Bottom Bracket: Square Taper
Cassette / Cog: 9 speed 9-28t
Front Hub: Drum
Rear Hub: Quick Release
Front Tire: Greenspeed Slick 20 x 1.5 (40-406)
Rear Tire: Greenspeed Slick 20 x 1.5 (40-406)
Tube Type: Schraeder (standard)
Chain: 9 speed
Last Update: 02/19/2020
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.