An Electric Tricycle Has Motor Assist That Makes Pedaling Optional


Riding an electric tricycle lets you take a break and let the motor do the work. It's kind of cool to be able to sit back and cruise without pedaling.

You can pedal for exercise or just cruise for the fun of it. Since it is a trike and not a bike it has a more stable platform. Also, you can stop and put both feet on the ground while seated.

Electric trikes are great for a casual ride to run a few errands or stop and chat with friends and neighbors. Their popularity is growing in retirement communities where they are often used in lieu of golf carts which are much more expensive to buy and maintain.

Most electric tricycles will charge within a few hours and have a maximum speed of 15 miles per hour. Some like the Di Blasi R34 shown below are fold-able for easy storage and transport.

Here are a some of the available styles

Here are two popular models with the features and specs shown below

Tri Rider 24 inch 3 speed electric


The Elek-trike can cruise at 8-10mph and with some pedal assistance will go for well over 20 miles. Built very solidly it has a heavy duty 450 Watt – 24V rear drive system and long lasting 20 ampere sealed batteries.

  • Easy to maintain.
  • t comes equipped with fenders, basket, front and rear brakes, key switch, battery meter and smart charger. 
  • Only available with an internal Shimano Nexus 3 speed shifter. 
  • SIZE: W-30", L-69", H-42" (H-38" with handlebar rotated down) 
  • Electric motor/Wheel comes assembled - Trike Requires Assembly
  • Maximum Weight Capacity 300 Lbs 

RMB Lambert Hybrid Electric


  • Tire front tire - 20"
  • Rear tire - 18"
  • Power control - 1:1 booter and Pure electric Motor
  • Motor Power - 36V 350W
  • Motor Type - DC Brush Motor
  • Battery Type - Lithium Battery
  • Battery capacity - 36V 10Ah
  • Charging time 6-8 hours
  • Suspension - Aluminum alloy fork
  • Brakes - Front and rear DISC brakes
  • 71L x 26W x 45"H / 180 L x 65 W x 115cm H
  • Weight - 99 Lbs / 44.9 kg
  • Dependent upon rider weight, terrain and weather

Check manufacturer's specifications for rider weight, height, and inseam dimensions.

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