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batec mobility batec handbikes


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.


blog batec journeys handcycling in scotland with a batec quad hybrid handbikeA few months ago, former Paralympic tennis player Mark Eccleston (paraplegic, United Kingdom) went to Scotland to travel some of the most spectacular wheelchair-accessible routes in the country with his BATEC QUAD HYBRID handbikeGlen Strathfarrar was his greatest discovery. Join Mark on his journey!

blog batec handbikes trasforma la tua carrozzina manuale in una carrozzina elettrica in secondiTurn your manual wheelchair into an all-terrain electric chair in just three seconds with the EASY-FIX anchor system, compatible with 95% of chairs on the market. Attach and detach your wheelchair to our add-on handbikes easily and effortlessly!


blog batec embajadores stuart dunne from cyclone mobility gives away a batec handbike at the bbcStuart Dunne, owner of Cyclone Mobility (United Kingdom), decided to take part in the BBC programme Going Back Giving Back to gift Susan, a recent spinal cord injured woman, a BATEC HYBRID handbike to make her dream of running again come true.


blog bateclifestyle diving with a disability and taking underwater photos twice the challenge in a wheelchairJavier (paraplegic, Valencia), with a spinal injury since he was sixteen, enjoys diving adapted for people with disabilities and underwater photography. Twice the challenge, leaving his wheelchair on land to dive in and discover the secrets hidden under the sea.


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