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Excelerator Handcycle

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The Excelerator Handcycle is a hand propelled cycle for adults with mobility or lower extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. Capable of reaching speeds up to 30 miles per hour (mph), this three-wheeled, hand-crank cycle features stable maneuverability and is a way to exercise or cross-train. Super-7 shifters are positioned for easy accessibility and the Sachs Super-7 hub, with reverse braking, lets the user back up without taking his/her hands off the handles to stop or find a neutral zone. A fully-adjustable chain tension idler lets the rider adjust the crank height without having to add or remove chain links. Made with oval-tube 4130 Chrome-moly steel frame construction, the cycle also features adjustable seat and back heights, dual adjustable footrests with foot straps, and performance wheels with either cruiser or knobby tires. OPTIONS: Helmet, horizontal handles, quad cuffs and gloves, chest security strap, parking brake, and others. DIMENSIONS: The wheels are 26 inches.

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Price: 
2,995.00
as of: 
02/10/2013
Excelerator Handcycle

Made By:

Invacare Corporation
Invacare Corporation Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: info@invacare.com
Phone: 800-333-6900
Fax: 877-619-7996
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
440-329-6000
Web Address: 
http://www.invacare.com
Tags: 
Home Management, Personal Care, Recreation, Seating, Walking, Wheeled Mobility

Sold By:

Access To Recreation, Inc.
Access To Recreation, Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
Email address: Customerservice@accesstr.com
Phone: 800-634-4351
Fax: 805-498-8186
Web Address: 
http://www.accesstr.com
Tags: 
Recreation, Communication, Therapeutic Aids
 
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