Based on our ever popular Arm & Pedal Bicycle, this piece of equipment has been specially designed to allow wheelchair users to benefit from an outdoor gym, allowing users of all abilities to use this outdoor gym equipment with ease.
By positioning their chair in front of the frame, this clever design makes it easy for wheelchair users to get a great cardiovascular workout. The low impact pedals improves muscle tone and flexibility in both the arms and the legs whilst improving coordination and core stability when using both simultaneously.
What does the Wheelchair Accessible Arm & Pedal Bike bring to an outdoor gym?
A unit dedicated to simple cardiovascular exercise which can be enjoyed from a seated position.
Multi-use equipment in which the user can operate the arm or pedal section independently of each other.
No built-in resistance means the user remains in control of their workout.
Which muscle groups will I be working?
Benefits of the Wheelchair Accessible Arm and Pedal Bike:
Enhances heart and lung function and blood circulation.
Strengthens muscles involved in both arms and leg regions.
Dimensions: 990 x 535 x 650mm
Quality & Supply: • Certified to BS EN 16630:2015 safety standard • Manufactured from pre-galvanised steel • Corrosion resistant • Quality checked by RPII inspector prior to dispatch • Supplied with Stainless Steel fixings
Users: Suitable for a single user above 140cm / 4'7" in height
Delivery & Returns
Supply only 3-5 working days dependant on stock.
If Installation is required lead time is approximately 4-6 weeks.
Dates will be provided on your order confirmation.
Position yourself in front of the equipment.
Put your feet on the pedals.
Grip the handles with both hands.
Coordinate both hands and feet to cycle the equipment simultaneously.
Enhance heart and lung function and blood circulation during the coordinating movement.
Beginers: Up to 5 minutes
Intermediate: Up to 7 minutes
Advanced: Up to 10 minutes
If you are in any doubt whatsoever about performing physical exercise, please consult a Doctor prior to doing so. Stop using the equipment immediately should you feel any discomfort at all.