Leg Propelled Cycle

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Adventurer

The Adventurer is a three wheeled leg propelled cycle designed for teens and adults with lower extremity, neurological, and balance disabilities. This bike is fully adjustable. Standard features include foot straps on the pedals, a low-backed seat, waist and chest straps, a rear locking disc brake that can be optionally mounted on the handlebars or the assistance handle, a telescoping handlebar post with independently adjustable handlebars, and an assistance handle. OPTIONS: Six speed add-on, a

Amtryke Adult Series 2700 20 Inch Tricycle

The 2700 Series was developed to satisfy the requests of therapists who were seeking a cycle for higher functioning riders needing the full support provided by a wide wheelbase and stability of a tricycle. These tricycles are intended for use with teens/adults with disabilities or to provide mobility and exercise opportunities for teens and adults/seniors. The low step-through frame makes transfer safe and easy. The Safety steering lock pin allows for total control of steering.

Amtryke Proseries Tricycle (Models 1412, 1416, & 1420)

AmTryke ProSeries Tricycle, models 1412, 1416, & 1420, is a child's tricycle designed for use by children with cerebral palsy or neurological disabilities. This tricycle provides full support to children with low tone or who need truck support. It can be adapted to different sized riders as it has three foot crank positions and four seat post positions. Standard features include lap hook and loop straps, lateral supports, adjustable chest strap, adjustable length expanding pedals with hook a

Amtryke Therapeutic Tricycle (Models Am-12 50-0210 & Am-16 50-0411)

The AmTryke Therapeutic Tricylce, models AM-12 50-0210 & AM-16 50-0411, is a pediatric tricycle designed to be driven by both arms and legs to improve motor skills and strength development for children with physical disabilities. It benefits children with low tone or paralysis of lower extremities and those who need to build up normal muscle tone and control. Standard features include a four-way adjustable frame that dismantles for transport; four-way adjustable seating (up/down and in/out)

Bicycle Modifications

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

California Chariot

The California Chariot is a leg-propelled three wheel cycle designed for use by children ages six years of age and older with lower extremity disabilities. This cycle combines the movement of cycling with the propulsion of a skateboard, enabling use by children unable to perforn the rotational motion of pedaling. This cycle has a single front wheel, handle bars, and hand brakes similar to those found on a standard bicycle. Rather than sitting, the user stands with one foot on each of two skatebo

Converto Lo-Boy Trike

The Converto Lo-Boy Trike is a foot propelled tricycle designed with a low center of gravity for children ages 3 and above with minimum leg strength. The trike features an adjustable seat, a frame made of heavy duty cast aluminum alloy and steel, and cast aluminum spokeless wheels with non-marking solid rubber tires. OPTIONS: Pedals for children with special needs (please specify shoe size 7-9 or 10-13). DIMENSIONS: Front wheel has a diameter of 16 inches; back wheels have diameter of 10 inches.

Customized Four-Wheel Bike

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide mobility for a child with Ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy. Although the child has a wheelchair, it proved difficult to maneuver in the house and did not provide any lower extremity exercise. It was discovered that a four-wheeled bike without pedals worked well for him, allowing him to propel the bike with his feet. However, commercially-available models were not strong enough for daily mobility use, so a custom model was built. The forks and handlebar

Discovery Bike

The Discovery Bike is a three wheeled leg propelled cycle designed for use by children with lower extremity, neurological, or balance disabilities. This bike is fully adjustable and has independently adjustable handlebars and post. The pedals automatically move when the bike is moved, assisting new riders in learning the proper reciprocal leg movements and the bike can be pedaled forward and backward. Standard features include locking hand brakes, foot straps on the pedals, a low-backed seat, an

Discovery Bike Wide Glide

The Discovery Bike Wide Glide is a three wheeled leg propelled cycle with a wide wheel base designed for use by children with lower extremity, neurological, or balance disabilities. This bike is fully adjustable and has independently adjustable handlebars and post. The pedals automatically move when the bike is moved, assisting new riders in learning the proper reciprocal leg movements and the bike can be pedaled forward and backward. Standard features include locking hand brakes, foot straps on

Discovery Series (Models Dcp 12 Rs, Dcp 16, & Dcp 16 Wg)

The Discovery Series are child or junior tricycles designed for use by children and adolescents with mobility or neurological disabilities. The DCP 12 RS tricycle features direct drive and low gear ratios for smoother pedaling motion. A limited front-wheel turning radius, wide wheelbase, and low center of gravity aid in safety and stability. The seat and upright handlebar height are adjustable, and the handlebar can be moved out of the way for dismounting. The seat is available in low- and high-

Double Joyrider

The Double Joyrider is a 4-wheeled cycle with side-by-side seating for two people designed for use by individuals with balance, neurological, or physical disabilities. Designed similarly to a over-sized three-wheeler, this cycle features two large mag wheels in the rear and two independent smaller mag front wheels. This cycle offers independent pedaling, enabling two riders to pedal, one rider to pedal while the other rests, or one rider to pedal alone. Standard features include individual handl

Freedom 3 Cycles (Models Jpr 160 & Jpr 200)

Freedom 3 Cycles are recumbent-style, leg-powered tricycles designed for use by individuals with neurological and balance disabilities. Both of these cycles feature a tubular steel frame, an adjustable seat, chest supports, large foam handlebars, and rear wheel housing. The pedals are located slightly in front of the front wheel. Both models have three mag wheels and pneumatic tires. A safety strap and a side assistance handle enable the cycles to be pulled or steered by a companion, and an emer

Fun Cycle

The Fun Cycle is a recumbent or prone-style, leg-powered tricycle designed for use by teens and adults with balance or physical disabilities. Designed for riders from 62 to 74 inches tall, this cycle features a weather-resistant nylon sling seat with high back positioned between the rear wheels with a low center of gravity for stability. The pedals are located slightly in front of the front wheel. Handgrips on each side at hip height for steering and balance. All three mag wheels are of equal d

Fun2Go Tandem

The Fun2Go Tandem is a side by side, three-wheel tandem cycle in which the users ride tandem and sit beside each other, to be used by institutions, individuals, homes, municipal and other companies or organizations who want to provide social contact and movement by cycling outdoors. One person steers, both can pedal, and the users can communicate well with each other due to the seats being next to each other. The riders can get on without having to step through and the seats can be easily adjust

Hand And Foot Powered Cycle

The Hand and Foot Powered Cycle is a hand- and foot-propelled tricycle designed for children and adults ages 5 and above with neuromuscular disabilities or cerebral palsy who need to use both their feet and hands to propel the cycle. The user pedals with his or her feet and/or pushes and pulls the handlebars to propel this cycle. It features front wheel drive with a single speed. The cycle is custom-designed and fitted to each user using his or her measurements and guidelines to ensure a perfect

Heritage Series (Models Hsr 12, Hsr 20, & Hsr 20 Hd)

The Heitage Series are tricycles designed for use by individuals with balance and neurological disabilities. Model HSR 12 tricycle features a tubular steel frame that allows people with limited range of motion to place their legs forward and direct drive and low gear ratios for smoother pedaling motion. A limited front-wheel turning radius, wide wheelbase, and low center of gravity aid in safety and stability. The seat is low to the ground and, and the handlebar can be moved out of the way for d

Home-Built Trike

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted tandem, recumbent and upright tricycle for a young adult with traumatic brain injury and limited mobility to aid in his recovery. Unable to local any adaptive tandem bikes that would meet his son's needs, the father who has a background in mechanical engineering spent six months designing and building a custom adapted trike. Like many commercially-available tandem cycles, the design puts the front passenger (the son) in the

Imp Tricycle

The Imp Tricycle is a child's three wheel cycle designed for use by children with neurological or physical disabilities. This cycle has a seat with many positioning options, a low gear ratio to aid in pedaling, large wheels, and small handlebars for smaller fingers and hands. OPTIONS: Adjustable back/trunk support; in-line trunk support with pelvic strap; foot sandals with pedal straps and pulley system; leg calipers; padded abduction wedge below the saddle; padded center steering loop; vertical

Journey Prone Bike

The Journey Prone Bike is a three wheeled leg propelled cycle designed for children who cannot sit upright while cycling. Configured with two smaller wheels in the front and one large wheel in the back, this bike is fully adjustable and provides full support for cycling in the prone position. The leg length, seat height, chest support, and width between the front wheels are adjustable to accommodate growth and multiple users. Standard features include Velcro foot straps on the pedals, a high-bac

Low Rider And Junior Low Rider

The Low Rider is a chopper-style, leg-propelled three wheel cycle designed for children and adults from 36 to 74 inches tall with physical disabilities. FRAME: Silver heavy-duty square main frame. This cycle has chrome, chopper-style handlebars with extended front struts. A safety flag with mounting bracket is standard. SEAT: Fully-adjustable, quick-release seat with a black western-style saddle and a contoured backrest. WHEELS: 20-inch rust-proof rear mag wheels with pneumatic tires and a rust-

Mini Peel, The

The Mini Peel is a recumbent or prone-style leg-powered tricycle designed for use by toddlers and young children with physical or balance disabilities. Part of the Fun Cycle series it is designed for riders from 36 to 41 inches tall. This cycle features a weather-resistant nylon sling seat with high back positioned between the rear wheels with a low center of gravity for stability. The pedals are located slightly in front of the front wheel. Handgrips on each side at hip height for steering an

Modifications To A Bicycle

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

Modified Scooter

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create an adapted scooter for a teenage girl with cerebral palsy and hemiplegia on the right side that affects her control and balance. The young adult was eager to get a scooter but was unable to balance on just two wheels. A local skate shop offered wheeled scooters for children but none for teens leaving a modified scooter as the teen’s best option. The back of a regular scooter was cut off, and an axle was connected to the original back wheel

Monomano Cycling System

The MonoMano Cycling System is a leg-propelled adult tricycle with adapted tricycle handlebars intended for upper extremity amputees and others who have the use of only one hand, including stroke survivors and people with brain injury or arthritis. This system includes a Sun Bicycles EZ-3 recumbent tricycle with the MonoMano Handlebar (see separate entry) attached to the horizontal support beam in the center of the trike's standard U-shaped handlebar. The design of the MonoMano Handlebar enables

Power Pumper

Power Pumper is a ride-on toy designed for use by children with physical or neurological disabilities. It is propelled by a push-pull rowing motion powered by using arms and legs, legs only, or arms only. It offers full body aerobic workouts and motor skill development. CAPACITY: 300 pounds. COLORS: Black and Red or Lime and Purple. WARRANTY: One year limited warranty against defective parts and manufacturing.

Rifton Ranger (Model R130)

The Rifton Ranger is a leg-propelled tricycle designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. This three-wheeled cycle features self-leveling pedals with sandals, an adjustable back support with chest belt, a seat belt, a square loop padded handle bar, reflectors, and a snap-out storage tray between the rear wheels. OPTIONS: Communication trays (two sizes), adjustable abductor, trunk support system, a guide bar, and optional handbrake. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 40 x 52 x 27 inches. The dis

Rifton Rustler Tricycle (Model R120)

The Rifton Rustler, model R120, is a leg-propelled tricycle designed for use by children with mobility disabilities. The tricycle features self-leveling pedals with sandals, an adjustable back support with chest belt, a seat belt, a square loop padded handle bar, reflectors, and a snap-out storage tray between the rear wheels. OPTIONS: Communication tray, abductor, trunk support system, and a guide bar. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 45 x 27 x 37 inches. The distance from the seat center to the extended pe

Rifton Wrangler Large Tricycle (Model R140)

The Rifton Wrangler Large Tricycle, Model R140, is an adult tricycle designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. This tricycle features self-leveling pedals with sandals, an adjustable back support with chest belt, a seat belt, a choice of a conventional handle bar or a square loop padded handle bar, reflectors, a snap-out storage tray between the rear wheels, and a handbrake. OPTIONS: Communication trays, adjustable abductor, trunk support system, and a guide bar. DIMENSIONS (Lx

Roadmaster Tricycles (Models Rm-12 & Rm-16)

Roadmaster Tricycles are designed to be adapted for use by children with physical disabilities. This tricycle features a steel frame with a wide saddle-style steel seat, pedals on the fron wheel, and standard tricycle handlebars. OPTIONS: Upright handlebars, tricycle back support, tricycle pommel, and foot pedal attachments. DIMENSIONS: Model RM-12 has a 12-inch front wheel and model RM-16 has a 16-inch front wheel.

Skoooch

The Skoooch is a leg-propelled three wheel cycle designed for use by children ages three through six years with lower extremity disabilities. This cycle combines the movement of cycling with the propulsion of a skateboard, enabling use by children unable to perforn the rotational motion of pedaling. This cycle has a single front wheel, handle bars, and hand brakes similar to those found on a standard bicycle. Rather than sitting, the user stands with one foot on each of two skateboard-style plat

Strider Super 16 No-Pedal Balance Bike

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

Two-Seater Tricycle

The Two-Seater Tricycle is an adult tricycle with side-by-side seating for two people designed for use by individuals with balance, neurological, or physical disabilities. This cycle has a frame of 12-gauge welded and reinforced beam with heavy duty axle mounts and ball bearings, and it has two wheels in the rear and one independent smaller front wheel that is used for steering with a single handlebar. This cycle has dual and fully independent, twin 3-speed transmissions that offer independent p

Van Raam Wheelchair transporter Velo-Plus 2

The VeloPlus wheelchair transport bike is designed for transporting people in a wheelchair by cycle. Users can remain seated in their own wheelchair; the passenger is not required to be transferred between the wheelchair and the cycle. The co-rider can be wheeled on to the plateau of the cycle easily without having to be lifted. The tilted ramp makes it easier to roll the wheelchair on to the wheel-chair bike and fasten it properly with the wheelchair lock. The low positioning of the chair on th

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