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meg p. from sterling, il (caregiver)
10 year old daughter. Wears prosthetic leg due to a congenital anomaly she was born with.
Allows her to ride a bike like everyone else and keep up.
Reviewed on 10/23/2016
john n. from rupert, id
Male 45, quad C6/7 injury
Reviewed on 04/24/2016
edward l. from ellensburg, wa
62 year old male with no cartilage in ankle. I can still walk a little. This is the first hand-powered sport cycle I have had in 7 years.
It is well-made and it suits my needs.
There are two: the hand-held cranks are too close together and are too close to the thighs. Also, when turning, the wheel pivots into the leg.
Reviewed on 10/05/2015
brian n. from no. hollywood, ca
56 year old male, double amputee.
It's easy to use. The shifting is simplified. It's a smooth ride.
The hand cranks are placed in such a way that unless you have very thin legs, they just graze you. Also the chain guard is too close to the left hand crank.
Reviewed on 03/03/2015
william f. from coconut creek, fl (caregiver)
wheel chair bound, can't walk due to brain injury.
Too low, hand grips hit legs, and pulls to the left. Difficult to adjust. We have yet to be able to adjust the hand controls so they don't rub against his legs.
Reviewed on 10/03/2012
martin r. from milwaukee, wi (caregiver)
Too many options needed, but not known until product is used for the first time. Ie leg guards. Availability overseas and unwillingness to ship overseas.
Reviewed on 09/23/2011
kevin m. from queen creek, az
The Design is comfortable to sit in and can get me most any where another bike would go!
The lack of ability to make sharp turns. It takes about the entire street to turn and make a 180. The foot/leg slings and tire hits my leg and since I am partially paralized, I can take my leg out of the sling momentarilly to make a sharper turn. A rear stearing system may come in handy and be more effective!
Reviewed on 02/15/2010
david w. from indian land, sc
64 year old male with post polio syndrome. Unable to walk more than 100 ft or stand for more than 7 minutes
Quality and design
Reviewed on 08/08/2009
michael d. from strongsville, oh
49 year old..32 year post injury..T5 Paraplegic
warranty should be longer than 3 years on frame
Reviewed on 07/15/2009
jonathan c. from mechanicville, ny (caregiver)
the cycle was for our daughter, the only bike she ever used her feet where down like in a wheel chair position.
leg harness needs more of a foot support
Reviewed on 01/29/2009