Tricycle Deluxe Single Hand Drive:
Tricycle For Disabled Child reclined, cushy versions of the three-wheelers many tooled around on as children—appeal to people of a certain age by being gentler on the body than traditional bikes, and more stable than two-wheel recumbents. Most tricycles are designed for ordinary people who have reasonable use of all of their limbs, and reasonable balance for getting on and off of the tricycle, and for sitting on a conventional saddle that can be adjusted, to a limited degree, for driving the tricycle in a well known manner.
- Lower extremity strengthening.
- Reciprocal leg motion patterning.
- Balancing skills.
- Using visual, spatial perception for steering.
- Social interaction with peers and neighbours.
- Accessories such as the trunk support system and front or rear steering bar.customize the tricycle to meet child or requirements.