A Hipper Mobility Scooter.
for a healthier you
Maximum Weight: Max payload (rider & gear): 400lbs
Hill Climbing: How well the Liberty Trike does on the hill greatly depends on the hill grade, your weight, input, and momentum. The Max Torque of the Liberty Trike is 60N-m.
If the Liberty Trike is presented with an immovable situation the motor system will cut power to the motor temporarily to prevent damage to the system. Releasing the throttle for a second will allow the system to re-engage and the system will be ready again.
The Liberty Trike is very powerful but steep hills and inclines will require riders (especially riders over 225lbs) to assist the motor with pedal power. The Liberty Trike is not a solution for climbing steep hills without any effort by the rider.
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is a lifestyle
Electric Bike Technologies has been in the electric bike business since 2008 making retrofit conversion systems that empower users to convert conventional bicycles and tricycles into electric. The Liberty Trike was created because of the many requests and suggestions we received from our tricycle conversion customers.
With their encouragement, we transformed that feedback from concept into reality to develop the Liberty Trike electric adult tricycle. And, with your help, we brought concept to life through crowdfunding campaigns in 2015. Your support made the Liberty Trike possible and we are forever grateful. Thank you!
Imagine all the freedom you could have on your own Liberty Trike.
is yours again
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