Burley Koosah Recumbent Bike

The Koosah is Burley’s sub $1,000 economy bike built on their new long wheelbase frame. This frame design absorbs smaller bumps and vibrations with a passive suspension to improve your comfort on moderately bumpy roads. Read More…

Burley Jett Creek Recumbent Bike

The Jet Creek bike is built on Burley’s new long wheelbase frame which absorbs smaller bumps and vibrations with passive suspension to improve your comfort on moderately bumpy roads. The improved Burley seat bottom has lots more foam than last years seat, which also helps. Read More…

Burley Canto and Taiko Recumbent Bikes

In 2002 Burley Recumbents added the LWB Taiko and Canto models. They are very similar to their SWB’s. In fact, they are convertible to SWB configuration, a small plus. They use the same seats and handlebars as their SWB’s. Read More…

BikeE RX Recumbent Bike

The BikeE RX uses the same frame as the FX but is tuned for road riding with modifications to the handlebars, gears & seat. The Sram 9 speed cassette and triple chainrings give you 27 speeds. This gear setup provides a good range of gears similar to the CT & AT’s 3×7 hub. The V-brakes are plenty powerful. Read More…

BikeE FX Recumbent Bike

The BikeE FX uses the same frame as the RX tuned for off-road riding with modifications to the gears, seat & handlebars. It has 3″ of rear travel & 1 ½” of front travel to absorb a lot of the bumps found off road. Many customers like them because they make dirt roads pleasant. Read More…

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