Wheelchair Handcycles, Mechanical
Definition : Third-wheel devices that are controlled and pedaled by the hands designed for attachment to a wheelchair. These devices usually consist of a front wheel with a crank mechanism including hand pedals and handbrakes, kick stands for keeping the third wheel upright in a parking position, and an adapter for connecting to a wheelchair. These devices are hand powered. They make a three-wheel cycle by being attached to a wheelchair. Mechanical wheelchair handcycles are mainly used for facilitating locomotion by people who are usually restricted to a wheelchair. They can also be used for recreational purposes.
Entry Terms : "Wheelchair Handbikes, Mechanical" , "Wheelchair Hand-Bikes, Mechanical"
UMDC code : 24192
Company Type: Parent
Eagle Sportschairs, LLC owned and operated by Barry Ewing since 1980. From our humble beginnings as a one man part time operation thirty years ago, Eagle has grown to an International Enterprise. Eagle's roots lay in owner, Barry Ewing's, love of coaching wheelchair sports and his desire to build a lighter more maneuverable wheelchair. It is our goal to provide elite sports equipment that is highly useable and affordable by the professional and recreational athlete. At Eagle, we build custom wheelchairs for Track and Road Racing, Basketball, Quad-Rugby, Tennis, Handcycle, Water-ski, Off-road, Everyday and Field Events. We also service most lightweight rigid manual wheelchairs and stock parts for them. In a world where, "same old, same old," is acceptable to some folks, Barry will settle for nothing less than progressive look and performance. Utilizing his 30 years of successful and industry specific wheelchair design experience, Barry is able to take his ideas from the court, to the factory to you to give you the ultimate mechanical advantage!. The Factory is located in Snellville, Georgia. Although we love visitors, we do ask that you make an appointment for sales or service-- we want to give you the attention you deserve!
Company Type: Parent
Invacare Corporation (NYSE: IVC), headquartered in Elyria, Ohio, is the global leader in the manufacture and distribution of innovative home and long-term care medical products that promote recovery and active lifestyles. Invacare employs approximately 6,000 associates and markets its products in 80 countries around the world. The Company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol IVC.