Left: Easy Rider, right: Easy Rider Compact
Van Raam sitting tricycles
The Easy Rider and Easy Rider Compact are sitting tricycles from Van Raam with a low entry level. Both bikes have a unique frame so the center of gravity of the bikes is lower than with regular (three wheel) bikes. On both bikes you make a forward pedaling motion, in combination with the suspension in the frame, this ensures a perfect riding comfort.
Although the Easy Rider and Easy Rider Compact have many similarities, there are also some important differences. We list the most important differences:
The main difference between the bikes are the people the bikes are suitable for. This is because the Easy Rider Compact is specially designed for small adults and children, so that they can also enjoy the benefits of a sitting tricycle. The Easy Rider Compact is suitable for persons with an inner leg length of 63-81 cm.
The Easy Rider is available in two frame sizes. Frame size (M) medium is suitable for persons with an inner leg length of 65-88 cm and (L) large for an inner leg length of 85-108 cm.
The dimensions of the Easy Rider Compact are therefore smaller than the Easy Rider. For example, the Easy Rider Compact is 174 cm long and the Easy Rider 225 cm (frame size medium).