The Atlas Transit SD can lend a hand whether you need to haul groceries from your local market or want to transfer packages around your warehouse. It's also perfect for riders who need extra stability and support. The frame is designed with a very low step-through which makes getting on and off simple even for individuals with limited flexibility. The deluxe saddle with adjustable back rest along with pedals that have adjustable toe straps provide a comfortable and supported ride. - High-tensile steel easy step-through frame with compatibility for optional direct mount rear derailleur and disc brake - 20" Alloy rims with stainless steel spokes - Alloy linear-pull front brake with parking lock - Sealed bearing headset & bottom bracket - Sun Trike custom mid rise steel handlebar - Sun Trike deluxe saddle with adjustable back rest - Sun Trike pedals with adjustable toe straps - Heavy-gauge vinyl-coated basket, 21x15x9", (thicker than traditional trike basket) - All components coated with ED black finish to resist rust
Whether you’re carrying it on the train or pedaling through city streets, this lightweight folding bike has everything you need to make your commute faster and more fun. The lightweight, durable aluminum frame is outfitted with quality brakes and easy-to-use gear shifters. Its slick folding design lets you pack it up easily for storage or transport. And the 20-inch wheels are small enough to stay out of the way but large enough to roll smoothly, even though rough city streets. Durable Frame - ALUXX aluminum frame is lightweight and tough for urban environments. Internal Routing - Cables routed inside the frame for clean look and performance. Integrated Accessories - Fender and racks protect clothes and make it easy to carry cargo Ergonomic Design - Saddle and grips designed for a comfortable riding experience. Compact - 20-inch wheels offer a smooth ride on rough city streets and allow the bike to be stored in small spaces. Smart Lock - The smart lock design ensures the bike can mount correctly, eliminate the ride safety concern.
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