The effect of altered hip orientation angle ([HOA] angle of hip joint center to bottom bracket relative to horizontal) on Wingate anaerobic test results and cycling technique while maintaining a constant body configuration angle (included angle between torso, hip, and bottom bracket) and maximum hip-to-pedal distance was examined. Nineteen recreational cyclists, all men, with no recent recumbent cycling experience completed 30-second Wingate tests in 3 recumbent positions (HOA = -20 degrees, -10 degrees, and 0 degrees ) and the standard cycling position (SCP) (HOA = 75 degrees ). Peak, average, and minimum power output, as well as fatigue index, were not significantly different across all positions (p < 0.01). Average hip and knee extension angles increased slightly, and ankle angle did not change as HOA increased. These findings indicate that although HOA does have a small effect on cycling kinematics, these effects are not large enough to alter short-term power output. Therefore, anaerobic power output may be evaluated and compared in the recumbent positions and the SCP.