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Pride Sport Rider 3-Wheel
Pride Sport Rider 3-Wheel
$4,095.00
List Price: $4,995.00
You Save: $900.00


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Benefits
  • Full Suspension System with 14" Pneumatic Tires
  • 400 lbs weight capacity
  • Up to 31.25 mile range
  • 5" ground clearance

Reviews for

Pride Sport Rider 3-Wheel

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4.9 out of 5 stars
5 star
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Features
(5.0)
Quality
(5.0)
Ease of Use
(4.5)
Meets Expectations
(5.0)

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  • 4.8/5.0 -
    • 5/5 Features
    • 5/5 Quality
    • 4/5 Ease of Use
    • 5/5 Meets Expectations

    william h. from riverside, ca

    I can't walk so this is my Mode of Trans.

    Very stable, very smart styling but must have the room for this it is very wide.

    Had to put it together, I am disabled and can't lift the heavy pieces.


    Reviewed on 05/18/2016


  • 5.0/5.0 -
    • 5/5 Features
    • 5/5 Quality
    • 5/5 Ease of Use
    • 5/5 Meets Expectations

    thomas v. from gunnison, co

    57 yr old female with MS. Uses a wheelchair in house and scooter outside. Drive a car with handcontrols and ramp. Live in a small town.

    I feel so powerful on my "Harlito" (little Harley)! I travel to town on the frontage roads and bike paths. Strangers wave and honk. I need to plan extra time not because I'm slow - it goes 12.4 mph! - but because everyone wants to stop me and admire my shiny new "motorcycle"! When they ask where I got it, I love telling them that I ordered it from a catalogue! Then, of course, I tell them that it came in boxes (that usually leaves their chin dropping) and Tom put it together in a few hrs. What fun I have speeding down the road with the wind in my hair; and riding with my family while they are huffing and puffing on their bikes and I can't keep the grin off my face. Thank you guys at Spinlife for my 3 wheel Sportrider. And thanks for all the phone conversations. You were so patient with all my husband's questions.

    My only problem with my "Harlito" is that it doesn't do well in stores. The 1st day I did take "him" into ACE and Safeway, he went in through the doors fine, but had difficulty turning down the aisles. I realized having a motorcycle inside a store probably wasn't appropriate.....I have since bought a loud bell so I can ring it and get someone to bring the store scooter. I know this isn't a weakness with the actual product (well, maybe the anemic scooter bell), so, guess I have to say I can report no weaknesses.


    Reviewed on 09/17/2014


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