RIFTON R120/R130/140 Adaptive Tricycle
Ride with your friends!
Most of us have fond memories of childhood bike rides. At Rifton we believe everyone deserves the chance to ride, especially someone with physical disabilities.
And thankfully, even insurers and other funding sources are beginning to recognize that for a person with disabilities, a trike is far more than merely recreational; an adaptive tricycle is often medically necessary. for someone who cannot walk independently or who sits for long hours in a wheelchair.
Therapeutic benefits of tricycling:
- Lower extremity strengthening
- Reciprocal leg motion patterning
- Balancing skills
- Using visual, spatial perception for steering
- Social interaction with peers and neighbors
Benefits of using the Adaptive Tricycle:
Riding a bike is part of childhood, and this bike for children with special needs aims to provide that exhilarating experience to every child. We've thought through all the features – from the supportive backrest to the low transfer step – that will make this tricycle as accommodating as possible. Use the slides below to learn more about Adaptive Tricycles.
Choice of handlebar
The height-adjustable straight handlebar for Adaptive Tricycles has standard handgrips.
Two oval knobs on the loop handlebar allow it to be set at the angle most comfortable for the user.
The low step, flip-away handlebar and removable laterals make transfers easy.
Open access combined with a low transfer step make it easy to get on and off the trike.
Hook & loop straps
With the hook and loop straps on the self-levelling pedals, feet are secure. Your client can ride unaided and have healthy exercise and fun.
The easily engaged parking brake grips both back wheels and keeps the Adaptive Trike firmly in place.
Puncture proof wheels
Tricycles have puncture proof BMX-type wheels. A low gear ratio makes pedalling easier for beginners and slows down speeders.
*EnaTech is only authorised to sell this product in Malaysia and Indonesia