Side Wheel Attachment for handicapped or Three wheeler for handicapped is product, designed for use with bikes meant for the open road. Instead of shifting with a foot, a rider can drive easily their bike on road using his or her hand. This piece of equipment has been tested at well-known motorcycle tracks.
Side Wheel Attachment for Handicapped removable attaching an auxiliary side wheel to a cycle or bike. The side wheel attachment comprises a single structural rod which is folded in the desired shape, i.e. forms a helical torsion spring. In natural unbiased condition, the first and second ends of the spring rod extend generally perpendicularly to one another. The first end of the spring is inversely U-shaped and tangentially engages by its web the rear axle of the cycle or bike where it can be fixed after adjusting its vertical position relative to the cycle or bike.
A three-wheeler is a vehicle with three wheels, either "human or people-powered vehicles" (HPV or PPV or velomobiles) or motorized vehicles in the form of a motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or automobile. Other names for three-wheelers include trikes, tricars and cycle cars. The term tricycle is used some what interchangeably, but the term three-wheeler is more often applied to motor vehicles. They can be legally classed as either automobiles or motorcycles.
Side Wheels for Honda Activa Features
- Independent Mobility
- Minimal Cost
- Heavy Duty
- International quality standards
- High level of performance
- Sturdy design
- Provides excellent balance
- Provides excellent support
- High durability