The Adult Sport Trike is an adult tricycle for persons with lower extremity disabilities or balance difficulty so that they may be able to freely ride a tricycle. Has adequate back support. Available in a three speed model. Fits people of all shapes and sizes. Capable of turning sharply without leaning. Allow 30-45 days for delivery.
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable a child who has cerebral palsy to use a toy ride-on tractor. The child was able to pedal the tractor with guidance from a family member, but needed assistance with keeping his feet on the pedals and additional seated support. The existing seat on the tractor was replaced with a molded Sebel seat, raised from the seat platform to enable the child to comfortably reach the pedals. The seat was equipped with a pelvic seat belt with an easy-to-operate buckle. The
The Counterpoint Presto Recumbent, models SE, CL, MM, and CA, is a recumbent-style leg-powered bicycle. The recumbent-style seat transfers the rider's weight from the hands to the seat, and takes the strain off the back and neck associated with racing-style cycles. FRAME: Blend of 4130 chromoly, stainless steel, and high tensile frame tubes. The crank boom is adjustable to accommodate inseam measurements from 28 to 35 inches. SEAT: The full support seat is made of breathable mesh fabric with a m
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To create customized bicycle handle bars for a child with her right arm approximately 3 inches shorter than her left arm and limited use of her right hand. The gear shift and rear break were moved from the right to the left handlebar. Then on the right handlebar a three-inch extension was built. At the top of that extension is a small ball and a padded platform on a swivel providing wrist support and assistance in gripping. TITLE: Custom Bicycle Handle Bars Stander. W
The Adult Three Wheel Dually Trike from Dirt King is a tricycle designed for individuals with balance or lower extremity disabilities, ages 10 to adult, to engage in cardio exercise.
Drip Bike is a custom adaptation designed for use by children who are required to be connected to IV (intravenous) line for vital fluids and medication. The designer modified a tricycle to allow the user to ride around while remaining connected to the IV.
The Fold and Go Three Wheel Bike is a portable adult tricycle designed for persons with limited mobility or balance disabilities to transport themselves using a tricycle. Ideal for individuals 4 feet 6 inches to 6 feet tall. Low "step through" frame. Large rear basket included. Available in 4 models.
The Freerider Bicycle is a hand-propelled bicycle designed for use by individuals with neurological or lower extremity disabilities, cerebral palsy, or spinal cord injury. This hands only, two-wheel, human powered vehicle has retractable outriders to maintain its balance. The user steers left and right by moving the handles forward and back. The wide seat is at wheelchair height to aid in transfers and can be adjusted forward and back or angled up and down. Other features include a back support
The HandBike is a hand-propelled bicycle designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This bicycle has outriggers that prevent it from falling over if its speed becomes too slow for stability. The frame is made from high strength 4130 chrome-moly and the seat, leg rests, and outriggers are made from 6061 alloy. Other features include Sun CR18 wheels with 451 alloy rims and IRC 1-1/8 inch road tires; Shimano Ultegra rear hub and Sram (Sachs) 3x7 front h
MICAH Special Needs Tricycle is an adult designed to be ridden by individuals ages 14 and older with balance and severe physical disabilities. This tricycle provides stability with adaptable components that allow for multiple adjustments as well as portability. It is equipped a weighted platform-style pedals, complete with VELCRO® support straps, a thickly padded 2-way adjustable seat, fully adjustable frame and loop-style handlebar system, and 3-way adjustable back support.
The Mini Bike Pedal Exerciser is a modified exercise bicycle designed for individuals with upper and lower extremity disabilities to improve circulation, muscle strength, coordination, range of motion, and flexibility. The user may place on a tabletop to pedal with their arms or it can be placed on the floor to be used with the person's legs.
The Mini Stepper Exerciser is an exercise machine designed for individuals with lower extremity disabilities or for those who spend an extended amount of time sitting to improve circulation in the legs and feet, muscle strength, and flexibility as well as to tone the waist, calves, hips, and thighs. Ideal for individuals recovering from knee surgery, with limited mobility. Features an adjustable tension pulley system. Stepping action is smooth and low impact. Hydraulic design replicates stair cl
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable a child with cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, and vision and hearing impairments to ride a two-wheeled bike. The commercially-purchased bike was equipped with a high-riser bar at the back of the wide seat. A padded backrest was attached to the bar. The rear wheel was fixed and stabilizer wheels on sprung outrigger brackets were added. PVC plastic foot cups with straps were added to the pedals to keep the rider’s foot in position. TITLE: Playing an
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable a child with severe physical disabilities to experience bicycle riding. Designed for a child who is unable to walk or sit upright unaided, this cycle was created by modifying a standard child's two-wheeler. The first adaptation was to add a tow bar to the bike frame at the handle bars.The tow bar is equipped with a hand brake to aid in slowing the bike when going downhill. The existing seat was replaced by a larger one that provides greater stability; the se
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a custom adaptation of a bicycle for a person with limb amputation. TADNSW’s FREEDOM WHEELS® modified bike service adapted and provided the patron with a bicycle; however, the patron had problems on uphill and uneven surfaces using the bicycle. However, a prototype for a rode that can link between two bikes was being developed and it was perceived that this might solve the patron’s problem—particularly since the patron and her husband were adult riders and
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a customized bicycle for a teenager with cerebral palsy and developmental delays. An evaluation of the teenager with disabilities determined the only modifications needed were a larger seat, outrigger wheels, and foot cups. The new-design outrigger wheels can be easily removed and reattached, making transport and storage much easier. While the modifications were minor, the results were major. The consumer is now able to get necessary exercise while doing an
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted bicycle handlebar for a child whose left arm is shorter than her right. The difference in length between the arms made bike riding uncomfortable for the little girl since she could not quite reach the handlebar. The TAD volunteer measured the bike and the distance between the girl's hand and handlebar, and fitted the bike with a handlebar extension. The extension was made from steel tubing and sized to meet the girl's left
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To provide a custom adapted bike for an active adult with Down syndrome. FREEDOM WHEELS adapted a bike to include a wider seat and outrigger wheels that could be removed later if the individual developed enough skill to ride on her own. This adaptation allowed the individual to combine her love of swimming and riding by competing in the Triathlon Pink, which supports breast research. TITLE: Lucy’s Triathlon. JOURNAL: TAD Journal. REF: Volume 30, Numb
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To provide a custom adapted bike for a child with bilateral ulnar club hand. The child’s arms and hands are not completed developed. Her right arm is longer and can straighten more easily, and she has some ability to grip with her right hand, whereas her left arm is less able to straighten or grip. When younger the child could use a standard bike with one hand, but a heavier bike is too difficult to steer one-handed. FREEDOM WHEELS was able to const
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a modified bike for a child with Hypomelanosis of Ito syndrome. A 6-year-old had a congenital dislocation of the left hip which caused stiffness in his hip and one leg to be slightly shorter than the other. While out shopping, the child and his mother saw a bike that was nearly the right size for the child but required modifications for him to keep his left foot on the pedal. TAD volunteers converted the bike from a free wheel to a fixed wh
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted bike modification for a child with spastic diplegia. The boy’s condition mainly affects his lower limbs but he is still able to walk short distances using a walker and his motor skills and strength in his left hand are also affected. The bike did not require extensive modification as the child has reasonable upper body strength. The bike modifications include a wider seat and outrigger wheels, plus a high-riser bar with pad
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted bicycle for a child with global developmental delay and epilepsy. Freedom Wheels Modified Mike Service created a customized bike which enables the child to join in riding with his brother and sister on family outings, and provides an enjoyable and different way of moving that also improves his muscle strength. In addition to the standard outrigger wheels, the bike's seat has a number of supports including hip and thoracic f
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted bike for a child with Down syndrome and mild visual impairment. FREEDOM WHEELS® created a bike with a wider seat, outrigger wheels, toe clips, and a tow bar. Aside from learning how to climb onto the bike with assistance from his father, the child has already begun to enjoy being on the bike and has started to pedal on his own; although his father still pulls him over rougher terrain on occasion. TITLE: Easy Riding. JOURNA
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted bike for a mother who is nervous of bikes and wants to ride with her Down syndrome and mild visual impaired child. The mother had ridden a bike since an accident she had while riding on one when she was a young child. FREEDOM WHEELS® created a bike with a wider seat and outrigger wheels for her. Despite being nervous to start, she had gradually developed more confidence and hopes to eventually remove her outrigger wheels. T
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted rear steering modification for a bicycle for a child with autism and global developmental delay. The child and her mother often go for walks around the local neighborhood and the mother thought it would be nice for the child to ride a bike on these outings. The child has limited balance and gross motor skills, but the mother still would need to give the child extra support as she grows. The child was assessed and then given
The Skuut™ Balance Bike is designed for children with autism, neurological and mobility disabilities. It provides the opportunity for children to learn to balance before trying to ride a standard two wheel bike. There are no pedals or training wheels to promote a false sense of learned balance. The Skuut Balance Bike let’s children propel themselves along at their own pace and comfort level. Standard features include a standard steering wheel and two pneumatic rubber tires. SIZES: One size. DIME
The STRIDER SS-1 Super 16 No-Pedal Balance Bike is designed for older children to aid in improving their balance. The bike is meant to assist those with Down Syndrome, Autism, low muscle tone, poor balance, Arthrogryposis or Cerebral Palsy. The STRIDER does not have a chain or pedals so those with limited range of motion in their legs still have the chance to propel the bike with whatever movement they have available in their legs. Also, the handle bars can be turned around backwards permanently
The STRIDER™ 12 No-Pedal Balance Bike is for children approximately 18 months to 5 years of age. The STRIDER 12 No-Pedal Balance Bike helps children learn to balance on a bike at their own pace. Most children "walk" the STRIDER 12 balance bike to start without using the seat. As they feel more comfortable, they sit on the seat and lift their feet. The STRIDER 12 balance bike is designed for children to graduate directly to a pedal bike, eliminating the need for tricycles and training wheels. The
The Windroamer Step Through Adult Tricycle is an adult tricycle designed for people with lower extremity disabilities who need added help getting on and off a tricycle to assist them in this gross motor activity of riding a bike.