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
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.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Two bicycles fastened together, to make it possible for disabled children to learn to ride. Describes a quadricycle made by fastening two standard bicycles together with three metal bars, providing a cross connection mechanism to ensure the front wheels turn in unison. Other adaptations include wider than avarage seats, the addition of rollerskate baseplates to the pedals to hold the riders feet on the pedals, and fitting the learner's side with a fixe
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype a quadricycle to be used for trail riding and touring by individuals with lower extremity or mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. The StroM Bouqetin is designed and optimized for serious trail riding and touring. This four-wheeled, hand-propelled, single-rider cycle has rear-wheel drive, full independent suspension, dual shock rifles, a variable ball-gear drive, four disc brakes, and a lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber body. TIT
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype supportive playground vehicle for a child with congenital myopathy who cannot hold her head and trunk upright without assistance and has little strength in her extremities. Designers developed a four-wheeled vehicle with pedals to drive the rear wheels and a handlebar to steer the front wheels. The vehicle also has a rear handlebar to allow a caregiver or assistant to push the child forward. The seat and seat pads are tailored to support th