Adaptive Bikes & Handcycles
Adaptive Bikes & Handcycles are designed to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Muscular Dystrophy, Angelman Syndrome, Rett Syndrome, and visual impairment. Any bike can be further customized and adjusted to the exact specifications and unique requirements of the rider, increasing mobility.
Typically for riders ages 14 and up, the Adventurer Series provides an added dimension of support and comfort for a more mature rider. Each model in the Adventurer Series features a walk-through design which minimizes obstacles for transferring on and off of the bike.
The Discovery Series allows a variety of people to gain independence and increase their mobility, from those with simple balance problems, to those with more involved cases of cerebral palsy, spina bifida, Down syndrome, head injury, muscular dystrophy, autism and dawarfism.
The Odyssey Series showcases just how adjustable the bikes can be. The improved seating system on the ASR 2011 combines over 7" of forward and backward movement with an adjustable 10" tilt range, allowing riders with an inseam range of anywhere between 19" and 34" to comfortably ride the bike.
A bike built for two! The ET2611 Tandem features Cable-Actuated Rear Steering, which allows the driver to make precise maneuvers and accurate turns. The front rider, whether visually or physically challenged, can still enjoy all of the benefits of cycling, including reciprocal movement of the legs and a fresh breeze in the face.
The Defier is Freedom Concepts newest semi-recumbent handcycle, which was designed with comfort, style and innovation in mind.