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Tandem Bicycle

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Adventurer Tandem (Model Atp 2600)

The Adventurer Tandem, model ATP 2600, is a tandem tricycle designed for use by adults with mobility, balance, or neurological disabilities. This tandem cycle features a tubular steel frame, a wide rear stance for added stability, seven speeds, and two seats. The driver steers and controls the cycle from the rear, and the person with a disability sits in the front. The front seat and the front handlebar height are adjustable, and the front handlebar can be moved out of the way for dismounting. T

Buddy Bike Family Classic 7 Speed (Model BB102-AL-7.16C)

The Buddy Bike is a tandem bicycle designed for use by able adults and children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The Buddy Bike Family Classic 7 Speed model (BB102-AL-7.16C) is designed to encourage novices and non-riders to cycle. The bicycle allows the rear rider to control the steering, and places the child who may not be able to ride the bicycle safely on his or her own or who does not have the strength to pedal alone in the front seat. This tandem bicycle features an aluminum frame,

Buddy Bike Sport 30 Speed (BB104-AL-30.17)

The Buddy Bike Sport 30 is a tandem bicycle designed for use by able adults and children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The bicycle allows the rear rider to control the steering. This bike model includes a Shimano Deore M525 30 speed external gear system, our patented dual handlebar set up on the same stem, and Tektro IO disc brakes plus one Tektro caliper brake for the stoker to provide braking power for safety. An aluminum frame and single crown rigid fork provide a light ride while

Buddy Bike Sport 30 Speed (Model BB104-AL-30.16)

The Buddy Bike is a tandem bicycle designed for use by able adults and children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The bicycle allows the rear rider to control the steering. A child, who may not be able to ride the bicycle safely on his or her own or who does not have the strength to pedal alone, rides on the front seat. Buddy Bike Sport model BB104-AL-30.16 is enjoyed by cycling enthusiasts and Captains over 5'8". This tandem bicycle features an aluminum sport frame, a Shimano Deore 30 sp

Buddy Bike Sport Deluxe (Model BB104-AL-NU.17)

The Buddy Bike Sport Deluxe (Model BB104-AL-NU.17) is designed for use by able adults and children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The bicycle allows the rear rider to control the steering. A child, who may not be able to ride the bicycle safely on his or her own or who does not have the strength to pedal alone, rides on the front seat. Buddy Bike Sport Deluxe model BB104-AL-NU.17 is enjoyed by cycling enthusiasts and Captains over 5'8" and by novice riders. This tandem bicycle features

Buddy Bike Sport Deluxe (Model BB104-AL-NU.17)

The Buddy Bike is a tandem bicycle designed for use by able adults and children with cognitive or physical disabilities, autism, down syndrome, sight impairment or other disabilities. The bicycle allows the rear rider to control the steering. A child, who may not be able to ride the bicycle safely on his or her own or who does not have the strength to pedal alone, rides on the front seat. Buddy Bike Sport Deluxe model BB104-AL-NU.17 is enjoyed by cycling enthusiasts and Captains over 5'8" and by

CIMGO Tandem Downhill Wheelchair

The CIMGO Tandem Downhill Wheelchair is a tandem mountain bike for wheelchair users to be able to access places normally unaccessible. At the rear of the Cimgo, standing into skates, the pilot steers the front wheels using the inclinable handlebar. On the front, the passenger is comfortably installed in a bucket seat. The pilot is linked to a safety brake that will be automatically initiated in case of fall. This system is also used as parking brake for safety. Usable on chairlifts and gondolas.

Counterpoint Opus Iv & Cl Semi-Recumbent Tandems

The Counterpoint Opus IV and CL Semi-Recumbent Tandems are specially designed to accommodate a wide range of riders including paraplegics, quadriplegics, seniors, and young children. These two wheeled cycles have a racing style seat for the driver (rear rider) and a semi-recumbent seat for the front rider. Both riders may pedal independently. Complete forward visibility is featured for both riders. The cycles have a stainless steel rear crank boom with a folding front boom, rear rider steering,

FollowMeMomo

FollowMeMomo is a bike clutch that connects a child’s Momo trike to an adult bicycle. It is designed for use by children with limited upper and lower extremity strength and coordination as a result of cerebral palsy, dystonia or traumatic brain injury. The connection can be permanent or the child's trike or bike can be released to enable independent cycling whenever the child is ready and capable. Once fitted to the adult bike, the connection of the child's trike or bike is easily done with no t

Haverich Two-Wheeler Tandem 20"

The Haverich Two-Wheeler Tandem 20" is a tandem bicycle for persons with blindness, low vision, or dysmelia. The tandem's standard equipment includes Torpedo 3-speed free wheel hub with coaster brake, front wheel drum brake, lock, kickstand, lights, and folding front frame. DIMENSIONS: Minimum distance from seat top to pedal (in bottom position) is 27.5 inches in front and 24 inches in rear; Overall length is 79 inches. WHEELS: Both front and rear wheels are 20 x 2 inches and have 36 stainless s

Sociable Dual/tandem Recumbent

The Sociable Dual/Tandem Recumbent is a recumbent tandem bicycle designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities. This tandem bicycle has a flex frame design with a telescoping boom. Users on each side can pedal independently at their own pace. The bicycle can be used on the street or a bicycle trail, and accommodates riders from 4 to 7 feet tall. Components include a 4130 Chromoly frame with RAL powder coating, a Chromoly Unicrown fork, 6061 anodized aluminum seats with a nylo

Tag-Along Bike

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To provide a custom adapted tag-along bike for a child with spastic diplegia. The child has his own custom adapted bike but when on outings with his family he found it difficult to keep up and cycle long distances. Since he was too large for a baby seat a tag-along adaptation appeared to be a good solution. A prototype was created that was compatible with components used to modify FREEDOM WHEEL bikes, such as the U-frame, high-riser bar, and postural

Tandem Kivo

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