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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Mobo Shift. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- The Mobo Shift fits riders short and tall. It has ten points of adjustment for riders 4'6" to 6'3".
- The seat can be adjusted between six angles. This allows riders to find the best seated position for their body.
- Cyclists that can no longer ride a traditional bike or trike due to hip and knee issues can use the Mobo Shift.
- The trike can go in reverse.
- Users agree the steering is precise and accurate.
- The directions are laminated and have images to help with assembly.
- Customer service is extremely responsive. They quickly sent out replacement parts for components that arrived missing or damaged.
- Mobo's customer service representatives are informed and able to talk users through assembly and use of their Mobo Shift.
- Male riders with prostate issues found the seat comfortable.
- A few testers discovered they could attach a wagon behind the trike to carry gear.
- The price of the Shift is appropriate for the features included.
- Heavy riders agree the trike can support their weight and help them begin their fitness journey.
- Mobo includes a flag to increase rider visibility on the road.
10 reasons not to buy
- The Shift has only one speed. It is hard to climb with it.
- Many users described the front wheel as wobbly.
- It takes time for riders to master turning on the trike.
- The reverse feature is difficult to use.
- The bike can pull toward one direction on descents.
- Many testers found they were missing hardware when the trike arrived.
- Some riders complained their heels hit the ground when they pedaled.
- The included flag is not very bright, according to one tester.
- The tires and wheels do not perform well off-road.
- There is no parking brake. A parking brake would make it easier to get on and off the trike.