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BATEC RAPID 2

 

batec rapid 2

 


Lifestyle


car wheelchair or batec handbike how do you get aroundGetting around a city, whether large or small, when you have a physical disability and you are a wheelchair user can be an arduous task. This article features an interesting video comparing three ways of doing so in Mexico City: with a wheelchair, by car and with a Batec handbike attached to the wheelchair. Which option would you choose?

 

get your chairs ready and shine those wheels who dares try out a disabilityIn May we participated in our first Skarrozzata with the Italian distributor of Batec handbikes, Ottobock Italia. Skarrozzata is a cultural movement that has been held for the past four years on the streets of Bologna and aims to raise awareness of what it means to be in a wheelchair.

 

theatre in a wheelchair more than a hobby a passionMontse (paraplegic, Barcelona) is passionate about theatre, a hobby she got into as a result of the accident that left her in a wheelchair and that she considers a therapeutic, liberating exercise. Plus, she’s the person behind telephone customer care at Batec Mobility.

 

 

blog bateclifestyle prueba superada 100 km en 22 horas en silla de ruedas y handbike batec trailwalker2015Fran (tetraplegic, Jerez), Miguel (paraplegic, Barcelona) and Andrés (paraplegic, Baena) made it through the 100 kilometres of Trailwalker 2015 with their wheelchairs and Batec handbikes in 22 hours and 50 minutes. For all three of them, the experience was exciting, very difficult and, above all, unique in terms of team spirit.

blog bateclifestyle quads challenge 100 km in under 32 hours with an add on handbike for tetraplegicsFrancisco Zuasti (tetraplegic) is participating in TRAILWALKER 2015 on 18 and 19 April, covering the 100 kilometers between Olot and Sant Feliu de Guixols with our BATEC QUAD HYBRID add-on handbike. The challenge: to do it in under 32 hours.

models in wheelchairs break traditional stereotypes of beautyYou rarely see runway models or mannequins in wheelchairs. Some actions carried out in various countries in recent years have aimed to make us more aware of the prejudices we still have in this regard.

 

 

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