Greenspeed Anura Recumbent Trike

Phone: 800 561-6670

EMail: info@industrialbicycles.com

Price: $2,990.00
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    The Greenspeed Anura is an ideal tricycle for older people and people with special needs. Delta style tricycles like the Anura offer easier entry and exit compared to Tadpole style tricycle. The Anura also offers a higher seat height making the rider more visible in traffic. The Anura is unique being that it has a differential so both rear wheels drive the tricycle forward but yet does not hinder it ability to turn. The differential also helps the bike go straight up a steep hill where other tricycle that do not have a differential have difficulty because the front wheel will skid to the one side. Another unique feature is that both rear axle disc brakes are controlled by one brake lever and the other brake lever controls the brake on the front wheel. The under the seat steering put your arms in a more natural position besides your hips.

    ANURA HISTORY - Design and Development

    Anura Specifications

    Model RL SL IGH QUAD
    Frame

    7005 Aluminium Alloy

    Seat


    Angle
    Adjustable 39 – 63°
    Track 26.4” / 67 cm
    Wheel


    base
    52-68"


    / 132 - 190 cm
    Width 28.5”/72 cm
    Length 69-85”/175-217 cm
    Seat


    height
    17 – 18” / 43 – 45 cm
    X-seam


    range
    Small


    frame 34 - 44", Standard frame 40 - 50"
    Ground


    Clearance
    2” – 3”(R/D) 3” – 4” (R/D) 6.5”


    (bars)
    3” – 4” (R/D)
    Turning


    circle
    11.5'


    -15.2' / 3.5 m - 4.6 m (kerb to kerb)
    Trike


    breakdown
    Removable seat & separable frame
    Brakes Avid BB5 cable disc
    Front


    hubs
    Chosen


    Co. sealed bearings
    Greenspeed
    Spokes Stainless


    Steel, 14g
    Wheel


    sizes
    16" x 1 1/2" and/or 20" x


    1.5"
    Rims Jetset alloy, 20 - 349 & 20 - 406 Velocity
    Tyres Greenspeed Scorcher 40 - 349 & 40 - 406 Scorcher


    & Kojak
    Cranks Shimano


    or Sugino
    Schulumpf


    SD 2sp.
    Sugino
    Chain


    rings
    50/39/30


    or 46/34/24
    34


    / (51) t
    44t
    Front


    Derailleur
    Shimano


    Sora
    None
    Cassette SRAM


    11 - 28t 9speed
    Nu


    Vinci
    SRAM


    11/28 9sp.
    Rear


    derailleur
    Sora


    mid cage
    Sora


    short cage
    none Sora


    short cage
    Chain SRAM


    PC- 951
    Shifters Shimano


    Dura Ace Bar End
    Nu


    Vinci
    Sun


    Race
    Pedals Black


    Plastic
    Gear


    range
    27


    sp. 18-80 g"
    18


    sp. 21-87g"
    Infinite


    sp. 14-86g"
    9sp.


    26-65 g"
    Weight 18


    kg / 40 lbs
    19


    kg / 42 lbs
    20


    kg / 44 lbs
    Rider


    and luggage weight limit
    135


    kg / 300 lbs
    Standard


    equipment

    Two whee drive with differential, three wheel disc brakes

    Optional


    equipment

    Tandem coupler, fenders, luggage rack, computer mount, light mount

    Boxed


    size
    125 x 32.5 x 60 cm / 49 x 13 x 24 inches
    MSRP $2,990 $3,135 $3,585 $3,435
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    :- Specifications subject to change without notice. Photos for


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    There are now four versions of the Anura :-

    • 1. The RL Anura has the standard “27 speed” derailleur gear system, comprising of a 9 speed rear cassette and derailleur, plus a triple crankset. This gives a gear range of 14 gears from 18 to 80 inches. This setup uses a mid-cage rear derailleur, giving 2” of ground clearance with the standard 16” wheels.
    • 2. The SL Anura has the Schumpf Speed Drive instead of the triple crankset. This is a two speed bottom bracket which does away with the front derailleur and derailleur post, making the front of the trike a lot cleaner and easier to mount. There is less overlap of gears with 18 possible gear combinations giving a range from 21 to 87 inches with 13 individual gears. This system only needs a short cage rear derailleur, giving 3” of ground clearance with the standard wheels. Another advantage of this system is that the Schumpf can be changed while stationary, so that if you have had to stop suddenly without time to wind down the derailleur gears, you can just hit the Schumpf button, and it will drop the equivalent of 4 derailleur gears to enable an easy take off from rest.
    • 3. The IGH Anura takes the internal gearing one step further. As well as discarding the front derailleur, we now discard the rear derailleur and use a much cleaner method of changing gear than pushing the chain from one sprocket to another. IGH means Internally Geared Hub, whereby the gears are inside the hub instead of being exposed to road muck on the outside of the wheel. Almost any IGH can be used in the Anura, from a 3 speed Sturmey Archer to the 14 speed Rolhoff hub with a 500% range. However our standard set-up uses the Nu-Vinci continuously variable hub, the N360, plus the Sclumpf Speed Drive. This hub is an incredibly quiet and smooth hub with NO steps or clunks in changing gear as there are no gears inside the hub! It is continuously variable between the ratios of 1:0.5 to 1:1.8 (360%) and with the Schlumpf, this range is increased to 594%, or from 14 to 86 inches. Like the Schumpf, the ratio can be changed while stationary as well as under power. The complete absence of a rear derailleur or tensioner means not only less maintenance, but a more than doubling of the standard ground clearance of the SL from 3” to 6.5” with the standard wheels.

    4. The Anura Quad is a quadricycle rather than a tricycle. While the narrowness of the Anura is very handy for getting through tight places, some people wanted more stability. So how to make it more stable while still retaining the narrow width and the high seat? Answer – add a wheel! The problem with adding a wheel to a tadpole trike is that on uneven ground one of the rear wheels will leave the ground, so if there is only one wheel drive, or two wheel drive with a differential, you will suddenly have no traction!And if you use two clutches, turning will be compromised. However with the Anura, thanks to the superior weight distribution, both drive wheels stay firmly on the ground, if a front wheel lifts, the other wheel seamlessly takes over the steering duties of both front wheels. After all, at this point it is just becoming a trike again! The Quad is achieved by changing the trike front frame for a Quad front frame, so it can be retro fitted to an existing Anura trike, and one could even have a trike or quad just by changing the front ends. Standard gearing on Quad is the 9 speed 11-28 cassette. However this could be upgraded with an 11/34 cassette or a Schumpf Drive.

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    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:

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    <p>After taking my Greenspeed Anura on its first ride today, I was very happy with the performance of this trike .Unlike other trikes the Anura has three wheel disc brakes and a differential as standard equipment which gives balanced two wheel drive. With having the higher seat it was easier to mount and dismount and it gave me more confidence in traffic and with having the seat closer to the paired wheels it gave it more stability. Very pleased and I would give this trike ***** stars. Andy</p>

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    <p>After taking my Greenspeed Anura on its first ride today, I was very happy with the performance of this trike .Unlike other trikes the anura has three wheel disc brakes and a differential as standard equipment which gives balanced two wheel drive. With having the higher seat it was easier to mount and dismount and it gave me more confidence it traffic and with having the seat closer to the paired wheels it gave it more stability. Very pleased and I would give this trike ***** stars. Andy</p>