v3.0 Folding Feature

Our new Version 3.0 TrikeBuggies are easily folded!

Bullet: Loosen the lower clamps on the Rear Uprights slightly. Loosen the Chromed Upper Clamps from the Chromed Curved Tubes and slide the Curved Tubes out of the Upper Clamps. Remove the lower bolt from the Front Plate and remove the Front Plate and Curved Tubes assembly from the TrikeBuggy.

 

Classic: Loosen the lower clamps on the Rear Uprights slightly. Remove the Seat Belt, Hang Straps and Velcro Strap from the hip area of the TrikeBuggy Classic. Remove the Motor Clamps from the Power Loops and Rear Uprights.

 

For both 'Buggies, leave the horizontal Motor Mounts and Comfort Bar Adapters tight, but make sure the lower clamps (behind the seat) are loosened slightly.

 

Just lean the motor forward!

Undo the strap that pulls the seat backrest towards the rear. Now the motor can be tilted forward until it rests on the frame.

The cage and propeller can also be removed to make the TrikeBuggy even more compact for transport.

Our new TrikeBuggy v3.0 PPG Trikes are easier to assemble, easier to store and easier to transport than ever before!

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