Rated 5 out of 5Â by TYRIQsMOM Amazing purchase!!!
My son had a stroke in fall of 2014 and suffers from left sided hemiplegia. After a 10 week hospitalization he wanted nothing more than to be able to do all the things he could do prior to the stroke. He loves this bike and my only regret is that I did not purchase it sooner! Thank you. OH and my three other teenagers are as excited to ride it as he is since I bought a full size one.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Matty Mobo shift ... Great bike
We won this bike in a drawing for our deafblind daughter. She sees a very tiny amount, hears through a cochlear implant, and has no balance. When we were notified that we won we were so excited!!! The bike arrived and she has been on it since! This bike is a great tool for recreational therapy, as well as just plain fun. Excellent customer service as well!!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Wheels613 Commuter's Dream Vehicle- Relax and enjoy the Ride
This is a great bike for ditching the gas chugging car and getting to work while fitting in some daily exercise. Keeping in mind that this is not meant to take hills, the sturdy base and the way it uses muscle groupings is great for long rides when a regular bike might give pause for concern. I love having the resting angle to my back as well as the sensitive steering with my arms relaxed and responsive. This is a commuter's dream vehicle!
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Rob1 Very good for older people with equilibrium issues
It is a fun way to transport yourself and get some exercise when a two wheeler is no longer an option. Shortcomings are:
- going uphill on an asphalt road makes the front wheel slip making it necessary to get off and push the thing.
- I have not yet found a way to store my cane, let alone a pick-nick or even my camera making the Mobo less useful as a fun vehicle.