Universal footbike - weight capacity 150 kg Read more

Manufacturer: Kostka

Product variants

  • 441 € incl. VAT

  • 441 € incl. VAT

  • 441 € incl. VAT

441 € incl. VAT

Just one push and you'll realize that you're in for a ride of your life! The footbike KOSTKA HILL MAX is a new favourite for both teenagers and children. It's absolutely a footbike for the whole family. It's best for riding on asphalt but moderate terrain is no challenge as well. This footbike with the weight capacity 150 kg will be your new buddy in your everyday physical activities that doesn't leave you in the lurch on smaller trips. The driveability is simply great - you'll feel free and happy all the way long.

To give you that little extra kick on your way, the footbike KOSTKA HILL MAX was designed with a slightly narrowed frame and front fork, which prevents the footbike from touching your leg. The more you push off, the more excitement you get... But if you push really hard, you needn't be afraid that the footbike goes wild. That's because the ideal stability and controllability has been determined by the combination of optimized frame design and innovated front fork and footbike wheels (20"/16"). You cannot avoid the frame collision with terrain from time to time, so we strengthened the lower part of the deck with additional welds and a stiffener. These elements make the frame tougher and protect it against abrasion.

In order to reach high speed, you can rely on top-class tires Schwalbe Marathon Racer and the wheels with stainless wire spokes on the dual chamber rims Dragon and the hub KOSTKA HK 6524RS in the industrial bearings. When you would like to slow down a little bit, you can have the use of brakes Shimano 4000. It's interesting to point out that the brake cable is covered with an extra-thin layer that increases the brake effect and makes the operation smoother. So step on the brakes! Or maybe not... Let's say it's up to you.

By use: For adults, For kids, Terrain, City
Wheel size: 20/16

New comment

* (Required)


This website uses cookies. More info