Nowadays, the opportunities for a disabled sports enthusiast to participate in a hobby or passion, whether as fun or on a competitive level, are ever-increasing. Not only are the facilities to offer such a service more widespread than ever before, but advancements in equipment are consistently becoming more innovative.
2016 is a huge year for disabled sports: May’s second Invictus Games received international attention, and this summer’s Paralympics comes on the back of 2012’s monumental success. So with more and more physically disabled people wanting to play sport, sports wheelchairs and hand bikes will be high in demand.
Built for basketball, QUICKIE’s All Court sports wheelchair has a lightweight and adjustable frame which is perfect for mobility and power, and is designed to take your basketball wheelchair game to the next level.
Their Match Point sports wheelchair is designed for the wheel chair tennis competitor, and has been crafted with agility and control very much in mind with its lightweight frame.
RGK’s Club Sport configurable sports wheelchair is perfect for the part time sports enthusiast. Designed for any court sport, it has a broad range of sizes and adjustments and is ready for action when you are.
Hand Bikes/Hand Cycles
Even though the Shark RT hand bike by QUICKIE is built for leisure use and semi-professional athletes, it’s still built to the same outstanding performance level as their Shark RS model, which is designed for the professional competitor, yet offers greater adjustability and flexibility.
The Coyote range of manual hand cycles offer a design for both the full and part time hand cyclist. Their quick release wheelchair attachment or wheelchair clip fits onto the majority of wheelchairs and will transform it into your own sporty hand cycle.
Coyote offer a range of options based on the terrain you ride on, from flat rides to journeys to work, their range is ideal for intense fitness or a relaxed ride.