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blog batechandbikes un handbike electrico acoplable a silla de ruedas para cada necesidadHere at Batec Mobility we are committed to making powered add-ons for manual wheelchairs, or electric add-on handbikes that make a wheelchair into an electric or motorised wheelchairWhich one is right for you? Find out in this comparison of the technical specifications of all three models.

blog batecevents batecmobility rehacare 2016 things are kicking offREHACARE 2016 is getting started! Our booth is all ready to show you our handbikes and for you to be the first to try out the BATEC URBAN, our new electric powered add-on for wheelchairs for every-day use. Here are some videos and pictures so you can get a feel of what these first days at the fair are like!

blog batechandbikes the new electric handbike for your daily life batec urban keep the essentialsIf what you need is freedom and autonomy in your daily life, BATEC URBAN is the solution for you. All without giving up the essentials: turn your manual wheelchair into a motorised wheelchair and enjoy those little errands and daily trips, making them more pleasant and fun.

 

blog batectravels antxons challenge comes to an end: 3022 km with a wheelchair and handbikeOn 18 September, paraplegic Antxon Arza reached his goal of traveling 3,022 km around Europe with a wheelchair and handbike for Biodiversity as part of the cultural activities of Donostia 2016. An emotional end to the journey and a learning experience for him and his companions.

blog batecevents discover all the news in our line of electric powered add-ons for wheelchairs at rehacareIt's almost time for Rehacare 2016 and we can't wait to show you all the new stuff we have in store for you. Just a hint, it has to do with our line of electric powered add-ons for wheelchairs. What could it be? Remember: we'll be at Rehacare (Düsseldorf, Germany) booth 4B17 from 28 September to 1 October.

blog batecpeople michael an adapted sports ace both on and off the courtThe story of Michael (the United Kingdom) is a story about his passion for sport. He was born with cerebral palsy which affects both his upper and lower limbs. However, this handicap has not been an obstacle for achieving his goals: obtain a BA (Hons) degree and become a great sportsman.

 

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