Adaptive Equipment for side-by-side Quadribent Bikes
Phone (612) 991-0078
|Adaptive Equipment - Special Needs Customization|
|The side-by-side Quadribent™ recumbent bikes feature co-steering which allows either rider to pilot the vehicle. The dual-drive allows people with different physical abilities to go biking together with either rider generating from 0 to 100 percent of the pedal power.|
|Need something special? |
Tell us what you need. We can design and manufacture it. Phone (612) 991-0078
We have adaptive options specifically designed for physically challenged riders and special needs kids.
Adaptive custom options for seat, head rest, foot rest, leg brace as well as a chest-level seat belt, in addition to a lap seat belt, for physically challenged riders.
Shown here a Tumble Form seat with custom footrest.
Adaptive Bikes with Rumble Seat
Biking together with family members.
"Some of these kids have never been on a bike before. They're nervous, and some are really scared. But it's really nice to have a child come back with a big smile on their face."
—Jim Black, Quadribent Inventor
|(Picture available soon)
||Custom Leg Brace attached to pedal |
Custom Pedal Connector with toe clip and heel strap
A parent or physical therapist can "drive" the pedals of someone with limited use of their legs.
A second seat belt, at chest height, can be added to better secure “Special needs” kids and adults. Toe clips and straps can be added to the pedals to secure feet to the pedals. Also extra straps can be added to the pedals to go around the heel. Extra seats, seat belts, toe clips, straps and other accessories are available. Contact us for the latest developments in accessories for people with “special needs”.
The Quadribent has been used by people in many different situations including:
- equipment for special needs child
- activity for child with autism
- adaptive equipment with adaptive bike
- inclusion of special needs child
- bicycle for handicapped child
- bicycle for child with cerebral palsy
- senior fitness equipment and exercise
- therapeutic equipment
- physical therapy exercise
- physically challenged fitness and fun
- vision impaired rider bikes with sighted rider
The Quadribent has been a wish request through
The Make-A-Wish Foundation, the largest wish-granting charity in the world, with 74 chapters across the United States and its territories and 28 international affiliates on five continents.
The Courage Center has used Quadribents. The Courage Center provides a full range of rehabilitation, mental health, community living, vocational and recreational services.
August 23, 2003 Article in Star Tribune Newspaper
75 Miles Bring out The Smiles
Zach Thuleen, 13, center, who has cerebral palsy, and family members celebrated their arrival Friday at the Metrodome.
Zach, dad Scott and sister Sarah, 10, rode a custom made bike while brother Andy, 11, rode his own. They took part in a ride from Maple Lake to mark the Courage Center's 75th year.
Article in Star Tribune Newspaper
Two for the road
Janet and Morris Cowan rode a dual-recumbent bike Thursday near their home in Maple Grove.
Their Blackbird Quadribent bike was designed with youngsters and disabled people in mind.
The Cowans say it has been great for them since Morris had a stroke.
The kits that join the bikes are made in Burnsville.