Morph III in upright mode. Wheelbase is about 3" longer than Morph II. Height is about an inch higher. Inches count here, especially in tight places, so we'll have to see how it feels. We may be able to shorten the red main tube and pull a couple inches back in length and wheelbase.
Morph III in the shop, upright mode. Not that the seat is still in the position used in low rider.
We added a wooden block to bring the seat back to a more level position.
Morph III in low rider position. Wheelbase is about 2.5" longer. Seat height is dropped by a little over three inches. However, we have been riding Morph II only with the front seat tilted back, which adds at least an inch to seat height. So Morph III will be significantly lower.
Morph III in the shop, in low rider position, January 13, 2009
Morph II in low rider mode. Note the 5.1 inches of trail shown. That turned out to be a problem and we modified the forks to bring this trail to near zero in low rider mode.
Morph III in low rider, with some additional dimensions.
George on Morph II. Note that seat is still tilted up, even in low rider postion. This is because the two red struts that were supposed to adjust the angle were very difficult to secure, so we left them in one position.
Morph III in high rider. Note overall lenght of 61.42 is about 2.5" longer than Morph II in high rider.
Note head tube angle of about 50 degrees.
Front view of Morph II in low rider.
Front view of Morph II in high rider mode.