They are useful for younger riders to learn how to balance before they learn how to pedal and brake. They offer independence and a way of building leg muscle strength.
The standard two wheeled bikes are all super lightweight making them easier to pedal and manage. They really help with loss of muscle, coordination difficulties and balance issues.
If there are additional needs, we can adapt a standard two wheeled bike accordingly. An assessment will be carried out by our Bike Adaptation Specialist who will find a solution – we have never failed to get anyone pedalling yet!
This attaches to the rear of an adult bike and allows a safe way to get children used to cycling. They are good for children who are not quite ready for their own bike, or who may have sight issues but who still enjoy going fast! They can be useful during longer bike rides where younger ones may tire easily.
These trikes are great for extra balance as they are very sturdy, but they also offer independence as no parental assistance is required.
These trikes can come with many different adaptations to suit specific needs, extra head, neck or torso support, or footplates, or a parent handle to help with steering. An assessment will be carried out by a specialist supplier and each trike is built accordingly.
This is a hand-propelled trike designed for children with limited or no use of their legs. They are easy to use and offer extra security. An assessment will be carried out by a specialist supplier and each hand trike is built accordingly.
For older children to be used at home if they are unable to cycle outside or in hospital surroundings.
For younger children where you sit slightly reclined, to be used at home if they are unable to cycle outside or in hospital surroundings.
They can be a great option to help the youngest members of the family join in with family bike rides, getting outside in the fresh air while joining in with the fun!