From Troy-Bilt: We’re bringing our newest products to Lowe’s® stores across the country, including FLEX™, the Pivot™ Zero-Turn and the Bronco™ Axis™ tiller. This is your chance to fire up the engines and try a variety of our new equipment – some of which we’ve been designing and testing for years
Go here to read more and register for the event: Psst- You should register. They are giving away stuff!
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Did Troy-Bilt already stop selling the Troy-Bilt TB 30e, their lithium ion battery riding mower? I just checked out their website and did not see any mention of it. It was also my understanding that Cub Cadet was going to have their own version of this little electric rider come this mowing season but nothing is mentioned on their site either.
Hi Greg, It’s too early in the season to offer any insight into the 2019 electric riders. It will be at least March 1st before we know anything solid.
Yes, Cub Cadet did show the electric rider and an electric lawn tractor at GIE-EXPO in 2017 but there has been no word if it’s still going to be produced. We will also have to wait and see if Stanley, Black & Decker will offer an electric under the Craftsman name.
The only thing I know is the test market for the Troy-Bilt was a success last year, the Ryobi rider will still be offered at The Home Depot and Weibang will also have a Lithium-ion rider available through THD.