Age Range: 7-16 years old | Inseam Range: 19” – 28” | Weight Limit: 225 lbs

The ASR16 is ideal for riders aged 7 to 16 years old who want to enjoy time riding with their friends and family. This tricycle features a highly adjustable slide seating system and a lower step-through height than our upright adaptive tricycles, allowing for easier transfers. 


Features & Benefits

  • Highly adjustable forward and backward slide seating system and tilt angle to ensure the rider is properly positioned. 
  • Candy Blue or Hot Rod Purple standard color options and many other upgraded color options are available. 
  • 16” smooth solid puncture-proof tires – Great for indoor or outdoor riding. 
  • Direct drive gearing with easy pedal power to encourage reciprocal motion of the legs. Upgrade to the On/Off Pin Reciprocator to allow for direct drive or freewheel drive systems.
  • Locked or unlocked handlebar positioning to limit or control the rider’s ability to steer the bike.  
  • Independently adjustable hoop handlebars with telescopic posts. 
  • The Knuckle Joint™ Steering system steers like a car and allows for greater turning control with limited side-to-side movement. 
  • Supportive Child High-Back seating system with multiple options to add lateral supports, harnesses or head supports. 
  • Standard Mountain Pedals with Toe Cage with additional available upgraded footplate options. 
  • Multiple options available for front and back brake positioning. 
  • A lower center of gravity for increased stability. 
  • Standard bike essentials including safety flag, wheel reflectors, bell and multi-tool.
  • Speed Dampener option is available to give the caregiver greater control over the maximum speed of the bike.
  • Option to add an electric assist. This motor can be enabled at any time, giving the rider a little extra help riding up hills or allowing for a period of rest during longer rides.
  • Multiple accessory options to further customize the bike to the rider’s needs.  

Featured Videos

Ayden’s Freedom

When Ayden Love grew out of the push tricycle he used as a toddler, his mother Anita Ellington said that riding a bike was no longer feasible for him.

Ayden, now 7, has osteogenesis imperfecta type 5, a subtype of brittle bone disease. Although he can walk and bear weight, simple trips or falls can break or fracture bones.

“Imagine having a child, and never letting them fall down, and every time they fall down something breaks,” Anita said. “It’s very akin to a geriatric patient when you’re always feeling like ‘I can’t let them fall down.’”