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The Agio is a long wheelbase recumbent bicycle that will re-define the category. This recumbent design allows you to ride a new legend at a price far below what you would expect to pay for a bent of this quality. The lightweight aluminum frame weighs several pounds less than other bent bikes that are much more expensive. And when you actually ride the Agio any thoughts of a bone jarring ride will be lost in full recumbent riding bliss. The smile on your face will make it hard to hide the joy you're found!

The Agio recumbent bike is designed to take you anywhere. With increasing fuel prices, Bacchetta Recumbents set out to create a bent that is built to make your commute comfortable, affordable, and a great way to exercise on the run. Despite being designed primarily as a touring recumbent bike, the Agio's higher bottom bracket makes it a good performing bike for all-around recumbent riding fun.

Frame: Bacchetta Custom Aluminum Disc Brake
Fork: Bacchetta Aluminum w/ Disc Brake Tab
Seat: Bacchetta Re-curve
Handlebar: Bacchetta Aluminum
Stem: Bacchetta Adjustable Stem
Rear Derail: SRAM X5
Front Derail: Microshift R439 SS
Shifters: SRAM X5
Crankset: FSA/RPM 30/39/52T
Bottom Bracket: FSA, square
Headset: FSA Orbit-X, 1-1/8" Threadless
Cassette: SRAM PG950 11-34t, 9spd
Front Brake: Tektro, Io disc
Rear Brake: Tektro, Io disc
Brake Levers: ALHONGA
Front Wheel: Alex DA16, 20" (406), w/disc hubs
Rear Wheel: Alex DA16, 26" (559), w/disc hubs
Front Tire: Kenda Kwest, 20" x 1.25"
Rear Tire: Kenda Kwest, 26" x 1.25"
Chain: KMC Z9000
Pedals: Wellgo LU897
BB Height: 19"
Seat Height: 24" mid range
Wheelbase: 63"
Weight: 32 lbs
Weight Limit: 275 lbs.*
Gear Range: 23.5-118"
Color: Royal Blue
Frame Size: Standard
X-Seam: 36"-48"
MSRP: N/A
Accessories:

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Prices are subject to change and do not include shipping and handling or sales tax. All specifications are subject to change without notice.

*Weight limit is rider plus any extra gear. This includes, bags, water, tools, tubes, tires, etc.

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Surprisingly great ride
From: Bruce Lierman, VT

Good Stuff: tall seat, discs, overall ride, climbing
Bad Stuff: bar position
How I Ride: Commuting, day tours

I got this bike with about 4,000 miles on it.I was looking for a cheap platform for a possible e-bike conversion. Now I'm wondering, why bother? When I got it, I replaced the entire chain line. That was it. The bike is much faster than I expected, climbs better (previous owner put a 26T granny on it - about as slow as anyone can go on a recumbent), rides better and delivers more speed per pedal turn than I've seen on any but the best diamond frames. This is my 4th recumbent, the others being high end dutch bikes, but other than the lack of suspension or perhaps because of it this bike feels incredibly efficient. Disclosures: In addition to the small granny, the power side roller has been removed in favor of a short chain tube on the power side, Speedplay Frog pedals, a Big Apple rear and a Vredestein front tire fitted. I love it.
 

Baccetta Agio
From: mark smith, Toronto, Ontario

Good Stuff: superior comfort
Bad Stuff: performance on loose dirt
How I Ride: to work, on the clock, for relaxation

I've had my Agio for about a year and a half. The Agio doesn't have suspension but I find with the longer frame the ride is almost as if the bike did have suspension, there seems to be just enough give in the frame to smooth out the dips and valley's without having too much give to effect your peddleing efforts. Not an overly fast bike, however I have had it going quite fast at times if the trail or road was right! But watch out if your trail has loose dirt or mud! Not only this recumbent but all I have riden to date do not handle this type of challenge well. It is hard to control and the likelyhood of falling is much greater than on an upright. Slow down before you reach the loose dirt or sand and you'll be fine!! Overall extremely comfortable!!!
 

Comfort and fun
From: Paul Trostle, Easton, PA.

Good Stuff: Takes my weight
Bad Stuff: casette barrel wobbles after 3000 miles
How I Ride: rail trails 11mph ave speed

I love this bike. It carries my 390 lbs. with no problems in 3000 plus miles in thee years. I've replaced the tires, casset, chain and peddles.
 

Easy Purchase Option*: You can purchase a complete bicycle directly from Bacchetta if you do not have an authorized Bacchetta recumbent dealer in your area. All Bacchetta short wheel base recumbents are shipped completely built up and ready to ride. All Bacchetta long wheel base recumbents require minimum assembly which is usually limited to putting the front wheel on.

*Applies to customers in the contiguous 48 states. Any customers outside of this area, including foreign customers, please contact us for other available options.

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