what would be the pro's or con's for the two wheels up front leaning verses 2 in rear stationary like the viking which I like. ice bear has the 150-1 but I dont see it on rapid repairs add. Thanks for any replys. denali
I have heard that the one with the wheels in the front model [reverse trike] I have heard they have a lot of handling problems. I have a standard model PST 150-11 , the handling is normal for a trike they are a little different from a two wheeler . I have 8000 km on mine and handling has not been a problem with it. A lot of other things but not handling Fido64
I own a reverse trike and once you replace the stock tires and line them up parallel with the rear wheel you should be good to go.
The amount of 'lean' is restricted, so there is a learning curve. Anyway you figure it, dual up front or in the rear, does not ride like a two wheeler so with each ride it just takes a little time to learn what you can and can not do. I like the fact that you can somewhat lean into a turn on a reverse trike. Not sure that's possible on a rear wheeled trike.
I have not had the pleasure of riding a rear wheel trike, but some pretty knowledgable people on this forum own them and seem to enjoy them. I really like my reverse trike and the looks I get. It's a little slower than a two wheeler because of the additional weight, but with bolt on mods I can sustain 55 MPH.
Find the best price and do your own PDI thoroughly. And don't expect much service after the scoot is delivered. Scooter Depot did a good quick job of delivering my trike, but it was all downhill from there, service wise. That's why you've got this forum.