Bafang BBS-02 48volt 750watt Motor Assist - More power than the 500w version; this is a great option for those of you who are really into off-roading or for those who always seem to be climbing steep hills. The Bafang is a surprisingly quiet mid drive option that will add a lot of power to your ride. This is a great set up for those of you with a single chainring on your front crankset.
Sunlite 46T Single Crank 170mm - A simple, hassle-free set up for your front gearing.
• Singlespeed crankset
• Forged alloy crank arms
• Square taper interface
• Does not include BB
• 46-tooth chainring
• Double chainring guard
• Bolt Pattern: 104 x 4-bolt
• 670 grams
Falco 48V Lithium Battery (Charger + Holder Included) - The pack merely weighs 3.3 kg (7.2 lbs.) and it delivers 556Wh of energy (48V, 11.6Ah). The 48V battery pack has a number of primary as well as secondary protections. The packs use Lithium Ion Rechargeable battery cells from Panasonic.
Utah Trikes Rack with Integrated Fender for Annihilator - Our adjustable rack fits the Annihilator perfectly. With this option we mount the fender directly to the rack to eliminate the traditional wire stays. This makes the fender much more rigid and secure and keeps the rack height as low as possible.
Avid BB7 Front Disc Brake Kit (pair) - This kit includes everything you need to upgrade your trike's brake system to the best mechanical disc brake system available. Perfect for for any home builds.
Avid BB7 Rear Disc Brake Kit with Locking Brake Lever - Do you want a usable rear brake and not just something to keep the trike from rolling away? This kit adds a functional brake lever so you have total control. The lever features a locking pin so it doubles as a parking brake. We recommend combining this kit with our double-pull lever for the front brakes.
Double Mirrycle Mirrors - The Mirrycle Mirror is by far the most popular mirror for recumbent trikes. It is well made, attaches to any 7/8in tube or handlebar and is easily adjustable. This is an essential safety item for anyone riding a recumbent bike or trike on the street. Why not double the safety with 2