Monday, 4 May 2015

Double Hand Drive Tricycles Improves Disabled Users

Disabled Tricycles come in a variety of accessible styles for people of all abilities including many persons with spinal cord injury disabilities. Handcycling is a great upper body workout and can provide a great sense of freedom for persons with disabilities. While the high cost prevents many from enjoying handcycles they are steadily growing in popularity. Children, teens and adults with cerebral palsy and similar disorders can select tricycles specially designed to increase strength and coordination. Caregivers to autistic children can ride with their child on tandem special needs tricycles built to accommodate one adult and one child rider.


Tricycle Deluxe Double Hand Drive
Tricycle Deluxe Double Hand Drive
Net Price:Rs7350


Tricycle Deluxe Double Hand Drive:
  • Frame: Made by E.R.W. Tubes 38.0 mm-16 G. 25.4 mm & 22.22 mm- 18 G.
  • Seat & Back: M S, C.R.C. Sheet. Seat Size 18"x 16"
  • Wheel Size: Wheel Diameter 24"x 1 1/2" Tyre and Tube Standard Company.
  • Parts: Standard Quality.
  • Color: Black Painted.
  • Brake: Front Wheel liver System
  • Drive: Rear Wheel Right Side.

WITH CUSHION SEAT & BACK.

Caregivers to autistic children can ride with their child on tandem special needs tricycles built to accommodate one adult and one child rider. Tricycles that allows them to maximize their independence while using restricted physical movements.
Tricycle For Disabled Children encourages children and acts as a fun rehabilitative solution.  Tricycles are favoured by children and senior adults alike for their apparent stability versus a bicycle; but a conventional trike has poor dynamic lateral stability, and the rider must take care when cornering to avoid tipping the trike  over.

Handicapped Child Tricycle
Handicapped Child Tricycle
Net Price:Rs7448

Pros And Cons Of Tricycle Wheelchairs:
  • Trikes come in many shapes and sizes. Most have two wheels at the back. This gives a carrying space between the rear wheels,and a familiar steering arrangement at the front. 
  • This usually gives more stability, and gives a better view of wheel clearance.
  • Smaller wheels give a lower centre of gravity (good), but the larger wheels give a smoother ride. 
  • Higher quality trikes have differential gearing, meaning both wheels are powered together, giving better handling and control.
  • Trikes are safe, sure and visible on the roads.


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