There are several shops in the Portland, Oregon, area that stock recumbents. See our links page for more information.
As designs evolve, names are changing constantly but there are two main styles Short Wheelbase (where the pedals stick out beyond the […]
Due to lower production volume and the fact that most recumbents are hand built in the US, they are more expensive than […]
Some designs are easier than others, but if you can ride an upright bike then you can ride a recumbent.
While some people claim they are harder to see in heavy urban traffic, overall recumbents are safer due to their lower riding […]
The recumbent riding position results in a smaller frontal area compared to upright bikes and higher speeds are often obtained, especially down […]
In a word, comfort. The most common complaint from cyclists is getting a sore rear end. Recumbent seats are far easier to […]