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Batec Mobility at Naidex 2017On 28, 29 and 30 March we will be exhibiting at Naidex (Birmingham, UK), the event for innovations for the future of independent living. We will be there with the guys from Cyclone Mobility to present the different models of our handbikes. See you there?


blog batec news batec mobility at show your ability 2017 new zealand 0We will be at Show your Ability fair in New Zealand from 14 to 21 February alongside our partner Durable Medical Equipment Ltd. (DME). At this travelling fair, which goes to five different cities in New Zealand over five days, you'll be able to try our handbikes. See you!

basketball women inclusive team electric power add-on wheelchair attachmentThe Scottish Women Warriors wheelchair basketball team has only been around for 18 months, but they've been a great discovery here at Batec Mobility: We love them! These women, aged 18 to 68, get together once a week to train and have fun. Learn more about them!


blog news batec mobility handbikes at toronto abilities expo canada 00From 20 to 22 January, the Abilities Expo fair will be held in Toronto (Canada), featuring technical-aids that seek to give people with disabilities greater independence. Thanks to our partner 49 Bespoke, you'll find our handbikes and be able to try any model. Come visit us!


wheelchair accessible journeys nine months travelling around europeMichelina (paraplegic, Australia) tackled a huge personal challenge last year: travelling alone with her wheelchair and handbike for nine months in cities all over Europe. A personal challenge that has given her the chance to understand accessibility in Europe in depth and test her own limits.

blog batec travels travelling brittany with a batec handbikeIn just one week this past summer, Aina and Júlia (paraplegic) did five routes around Brittany on their bike and BATEC HYBRID handbike, respectively. This trip kicked off their project Bategant sobre rodes to create a truly useful travel guide for people with reduced mobility.


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