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Scorpion fs 26 Action Foto - Mann auf Trike

Entfaltet viel Fahrfreude

With the Scorpion fs 26 HP Velotechnik presents its first full-suspension speed trike with a smooth-running 26-inch rear wheel, that can be folded flat for transportation without the use of tools.

In just a few simple steps, it only takes a minute for you to fold up your Scorpion fs 26 into a space-saving package with dimensions of 123x83x62 cm. If you remove the wheels as well, the dimensions reduce even further to a compact 93x74x54 cm. Even with the luggage rack and fenders attached, the Scorpion fs 26 can still be folded up without removing the wheels. And the chain? This rotates around its own axis and remains where it should be, guided by the flexible chain guard tubes.

Scorpion fs 26 S-Pedelec - in nur 60 Sekunden transportbereit gefaltet

The best part: When you unfold the trike, HP Velotechniks unique, self-locking folding hinge enables you to quickly turn your excited anticipation into pure riding pleasure!

Faltgelenk am Dreirad Scorpion fs 26

Double safety: The quick release operated extra strong folding joint features a spring-loaded safety bolt.

Gepäckträger am Liegedreirad Scorpion fs 26 S-Pedelec

Your luggage will be carried with full suspension. This enables agile driving dynamics and helps protecting your equipment. The stable rack (14 mm tube) for two panniers weighing up to 25 kg has been optimized to withstand the high lateral forces to which trikes are subjected. The panniers are positioned low down with an optimum center of gravity, close to the rider to the side of the rear wheel. The Ortlieb recumbent bags available from bike shops are the ideal accessory and can be individually attached on the left and right. They offer ample storage capacity and improve the aerodynamics of your trike, similarly to a tail fairing.^

Dreirad Scorpion fs 26 BodyLink Sitz

The HP Velotechnik seat systems provide an exemplary ergonomic connection at the key interface between the rider and the trike. The anatomically-shaped hard shell BodyLink Seat can be separately adjusted using quick release levers. After loosening the four screws in the center, the seat can be infinitely adjusted to your back length. It can also be completely removed in 15 seconds a practical feature when it is raining or you want to put it in your car.

ErgoMesh Sitz am Liegedreirad Scorpion fs 26 S-Pedelec

Alternativly the airy ErgoMesh seat is available in several widths and heights and has anatomically-shaped side cushioning and a practical zipper pocket in the back rest. It is also available in a 5 cm wider version with a 3 cm longer ErgoMesh XL seat. The orthopedically impressive seat systems from HP Velotechnik can be removed in 15 seconds using the quick release levers, making them wonderfully interchangeable. A low seat allows a sporty, dynamic ride with maximum tipping stability; a high seat helps you get on and off the trike easily and provides a clear view. In return, a moderate speed must be maintained on tight bends.

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Comfortably-positioned, width-adjustable ergo-bars beneath the seat relieve the strain from your wrists and neck muscles. Two handlebar heights available. The steering geometry combines smooth straight-line stability with impressive maneuverability. Maintenance-free, sealed cartridge bearings on the handlebars and self-lubricating rod end bearings on the tie rods. The wheel mounts are positioned in the frame with sturdy, adjustable A-head headsets.

Antrieb am Liegedreirad Scorpion fs 26 S-Pedelec

Protects your clothes and the chain: The drive unit is largely covered. The special guide tubes made from durable plastic create minimum friction for a quiet ride.

HP Trikefender Schutzbleche

Functional fenders: The HP Velotechnik trike fenders offer excellent rider protection against spray from the rear and in particular, from the side. The inner surface of the robust, plastic trike fenders is pulled down low. Elegant attachment located on the inside of the fender with height adjustment for tires with widths of up to 50 mm.

Scheibenbremse am Dreirad Scorpion fs 26

The Scorpion has a very safe braking action due to the low center of gravity and the long wheelbase. The standard disc brakes ensure maximum braking power even in bad weather. The front wheels are controlled separately so that you can selectively brake the inner wheel when cornering. Due to HP Velotechnik's sophisticated steering geometry, there is no effect on the steering when braking. On request, we mount mechanically or hydraulically coupled front brakes with one-hand operation and a V-brake on the rear wheel as a parking brake.

Practical to transport: HP Velotechnik has developed open wheel mounts which allow the front wheels to be simply detached together with the brake disc by loosening just one bolt (standard feature).

With the Monarch RL air shock from Rock Shox.the spring stiffness can be simply adjusted to the payload using a shock pump. Equipped with adjustable hydraulic rebound damping and a blockable compression stage, it boasts the best response recorded in our tests.

Protection against wind and rain: The Streamer front cover from HP Velotechnik keeps your feet warm and your legs dry. The covers angle and height are adjustable. The rain cover can be easily removed using the quick release lever and rolled up for transportation.


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