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Old 10-24-09, 10:21 AM
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Worksman Super Comfort Bicycle (Semi Recumbent)

This looks like an American made version of the Giant Revive or Day 6 semi-recumbent bikes with a step through frame. Its from Worksman. Available in single or in a three speed configuration:


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One word: HEAVY!
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Maybe more of a crank-sorta-forward?
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They used to sell a semi recumbent that actually looked like a Revive. Never seen that one before.

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This looks like an American made version of the Giant Revive or Day 6 semi-recumbent bikes with a step through frame. Its from Worksman. Available in single or in a three speed configuration:


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Not a bit of recumbent in that bike.
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Without the seatback/lumbar support, it would just be a 20" cruiser bike. No reason to list it here.
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It definitely is a relaxed crank forward design. Some similarities to a Day 6, but not nearly as relaxed. Not much like a Revive. More like a number of comfort bikes that move the crank a bit forward.

Those don't look like 20" wheels to me, look more like 24".

Those Worksman's bikes can usually support a very heavy load. And are usually quite heavy themselves. Usually well built. Typically targeted at being an "about town" bike for the casual cyclist.
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