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blog batecevents heading back to rehacare the top mobility technical aids and orthopaedics fairRehacare 2016, the top trade fair for the healthcare products, technical aids and rehabilitation sector for people with disabilities. The event will be held from 28 September to 1 October this year and we'll be there with our handbikes. And, just so you know, we're coming with all sorts of news!

blog bateclifestyle soccer player michael owen tries out a Batec handbikeMichael Owen, a legend of British football who is now a racehorse breeder, tried out our handbikes in the company of the guys at Cyclone Technologies and his friend, Steve Wood, paraplegic and a Batec handbike user. They enjoyed an amazing experience on the premises owned by Owen and they tell us all about it in this video.

blog batectravels the final stretch of the ,022 km wheelchair and handbike challenge Antxon (paraplegic) is just 10 days away from San Sebastian and the end of his 3022 km trip across Europe in a wheelchair and handbike, as part of the project Route for Biodiversity: How to look after our homes. Find out more about his journey through Belgium, the United Kingdom and France.

blog batecteam ilian our employee of the month in septemberWere you missing hearing all about the staff at Batec Mobility? We're back again to introduce you to Ilian (quadriplegic, Spain), our customer service and sales manager, specialised in accessories and wheelchairs. He plays wheelchair rugby with the BUC Wheelchair Rugby club and is a real sports enthusiast.

blog bateclifestyle la skarrozzata who is brave enough to know what it is like to be disabledHave you ever wondered what it would be like to get around the city in a wheelchair? Thanks to the Skarrozzata di Bologna you can find out. The event is an initiative that organises wheelchair tours around different Italian cities for anyone who wants first-hand experience of being disabled.

blog batectravels antxon paraplegic successfully completes first half of journey through europe with handbikeAs we've been telling you, Antxon (paraplegic, Navarra) is on a 3,022-kilometre journey across Europe with a handbike and wheelchair, travelling from Copenhagen to San Sebastian to document issues associated with biodiversity. They have already successfully completed the first half of their journey and we're here to tell you about it.

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