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Eosaga Adult Tricycle Review

Are you considering the purchase of an Adult Tricycle? A tricycle will allow you to be outside to enjoy some fresh air, maybe riding with family or friends or enjoying time by yourself. Not only is bike riding fun, but you’ll even get some exercise at the same time. The EOSAGA Adult Tricycle – Review, explores the features and pros and cons of the Eosaga Tricycle.

Eosaga Adult Tricycle Review


  • 1 and 7 Speed Available
  • 24” and 26″ Wheel Size Available
  • Adjustable Seat
  • Folding Basket
  • Carbon Steel Frame
  • Anti-Theft Lock
  • Pump
  • Unisex
  • Weight Capacity – 350 lbs combined
    • Rider
    • Cargo

Assembly Tools Included

  • Wrench
  • Multifunction Screwdriver


Manufacturer: EOSAGA



  • Assembly Tools
  • Anti-Theft Lock
  • Good Customer Service


  • Assembly Required
  • No Mention of Warranty

The low step-through makes the EOSAGA Adult Tricycle easy for most people to get on. No more trying to hurdle your way onto the bike. The three wheels allow for those with balance issues a safer way to ride. This is a great bike for seniors, those with balance issues, and even those who like the confidence that comes with being more stable on a bike.

The frame of the EOSAGA is carbon steel, lending itself to give solid support with a combined weight capacity of 350 lbs. The basket comes in handy for carrying personal items or maybe picking up some groceries.

Added accessories of an anti-theft lock, dust bag for the basket, a pump, and assembly tools are an added plus.

As I have found with most bicycles, and this one included, the assembly can be difficult. If you aren’t one that finds assembling products easy, I would recommend hiring someone to assemble the bike for you.

Like with all exercise, there is a risk of injury involved while riding a bike. Be sure to consult with your doctor beforehand to ensure this is a safe and viable activity for you.

Before You Go…

You might have the misconception, as many people do, that you ride a three-wheel tricycle the same as you do a two-wheeled bike. This is not true. In another post I wrote, 4 Best Adult Tricycles for 2021 – Review & Buyers Guide, a video explains how to ride a tricycle. The article also compares 3 other tricycles in case you are still on the fence on which tricycle to purchase.

Another great video is found in my article Bicycles and Seniors – I Bet You Haven’t Forgotten How. As with any bike, it’s important to ride safely and obey the laws in your geographical area. This is a short video that gives you some tips on safety. 

Like with all exercise, there is a risk of injury involved while riding a bike. Be sure to consult with your doctor beforehand to ensure this is a safe and viable activity for you.

With all products, features can change, so before purchasing, be sure the features that attracted you to the product are still the same.

By reading EOSAGA Adult Tricycle – Review, I hope you gained some insight into the features, pros, and cons that will make your purchasing decision easier.

If you have any experience with an adult tricycle, I would love to hear about it. Please comment below.

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  1. I purchased one and received it in 9 days I started to assemble it and I have a part missing I am missing a derailleur bolt it is the bolt that attaches the derailleur to rear axle. And the instructions is not explaining steps very well

    1. Hi Lucinda,
      Thank you for taking the time to comment. I can imagine how frustrating it is not receiving all the parts. Have you tried contacting customer service and if so what was their response? Thank you again.

    1. Hi Eric,

      Thank you for stopping by and for asking your question. I am reaching out to the manufacturer to find the dimensions of the shipping box. I will respond again when I hear from them. Thank you again.

  2. Wait.
    I’ve contacted a EOSAGA 7 seller on CL. I’ve even offered to pay cash and ride it home -maybe 5 miles- I had the impression that this sturdy – bike that folds was an exclusive bike, and at $300, I thought that was a real find!
    It’s assembled. That’s a plus. I don’t know whether the antitheft lock and the pump are included. HALP?

    1. Hi Terry,

      Thank you for stopping by. If I’m understanding your comment – you found a bike you might be interested in on CL. The Eosaga in this article is no longer available from Amazon so if you find it a good deal for you it could be. As far as I know, however, the Eosaga is not a foldable bike. Your question concerning if the one you found has the lock and pump that is something you would need to find out from the seller. Thank you again.

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