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batec mobility batec handbikes


gracias a tod s los que habeis participado en el click go 2015The first edition of the Click & Go! contest for videos attaching and/or detaching a Batec handbike was a total success. We were literally speechless! That’s why we decided to prepare a little tribute to thank you all for participating with such enthusiasm. Thanks to everyone!


joan lascorz finishes baja aragon improving in each stageJoan Lascorz, the first quadriplegic rally driver, finished the BAJA ARAGÓN in sixth place in the buggy category and would have had a good chance at the podium if it hadn’t been for a breakdown penalty.



blog batectravels greenways vias verdes cyclotourism paths to enjoy your batec handbike to the fullestHave you heard of the Greenways (Vías Verdes)? They are former railway lines that have been reconditioned as paths for cyclotourists. And they’re perfect for those using wheelchairs, handbikes, or on a family trip… Don’t miss out! Pack your rucksack, attach your Batec handbike to your wheelchair and head out to enjoy nature with friends or family.


blog batectravels adapted destinations for all tastes where you can really make the most of your batec handbikeWe all have our own preferences when choosing a holiday destination and, thanks to the fact that the world is becoming more and more accessible every day, travelling with a wheelchair is becoming less difficult as there are a wide variety of tourist destinations for people with physical disabilities. Here’s a selection of cool places for all tastes.

parabaja 2015 lesionados medulares a todo gas en el rally mas canero del circuito espanolAt ParaBaja 2015, promoted by the Step by Step Foundation, drivers with reduced mobility get the chance to race, non-competitively and for charity, on various sections of Baja Aragón 2015, which is quite possibly the hardest rally on the CERTT. Joan Lascorz, the first quadriplegic driver in the world, is one of the drivers supporting this project and will also be participating in the official competition race.

nos ayudas a demostrar que una silla de ruedas no es problema para dedicarte al cineMaría Andrea (cerebral palsy, Colombia) has been in a wheelchair all her life and has also always had a dream: to tell the world stories. Over time, she saw that film was the best way to do that and, thanks to loads of hard work, she’s about to start shooting her first short film: Colors. An example of how being a person with a disability isn't an impediment to getting behind the camera.

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