A handcycle is an awesome bike for building upper-body strength in athletes and physically challenged riders. They give the physically challenged the ability to enjoy cycling while getting a great workout and enable them to ride with their friends for fun or train and ride in competition.
They are engineered to be adjustable to different body types and sizes. This model includes dual position hand-grip pedals, adjustable seats, reclining backrests, and footrests with Velcro belts.
The cromoly frame design offers good stability with 28” rear axle width and 73” overall length.
Another great choice for riders that prefer a more upright riding position is the Handy Upright.
The upright HHS7 Handy upright provides the same great benefits as the semi recumbent version and my be a bit easier for the rider to mount and dismount from a wheelchair.
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