Mophoto Adult Tricycle

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67.0, 50 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on Mophoto Adult Tricycle. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

2 reasons to buy

  • True patriots appreciated the U.S. Flag colorway.
  • Owners found the included basket very useful.

8 reasons not to buy

  • Cornering was a bit edgy.
  • One owner's bell arrived broken. Another's broke on the first day of use.
  • Some owners said assembly was difficult, while others described it as very difficult.
  • The tricycle itself was larger than some buyers expected.
  • At 67 pounds, it was a heavy load, especially for older riders.
  • Buyers received trikes with a dented frame, scratches and chipped paintwork.
  • One owner was unable to fit their chainguard.
  • Many owners didn't receive instructions and couldn't find an online video.

Bottom line

The Mophoto tricycle was popular with older riders, but was difficult for them to assemble. It was also heavy, meaning it was somewhat difficult to propel for aging legs. Positive reviews were scant on details. The basket was a plus, as were the 26” wheels and the option of buying a 7-speed model.

Expert Reviews

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User Ratings

73/100 based on 33 ratings
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