About Van Raam
Van Raam special needs bicycles
Van Raam is a manufacturer of special needs bicycles. The specialities of Van Raam are tricycles, scooter bikes, tandems, side-by-side tandems, wheelchair bikes, transport bikes, walking aids and bikes with low access or comfort bikes. The unique Van Raam pedal support is possible on most of these special needs bicycles. Van Raam bicycles travel the world, with a focus on almost all European countries and North America.
Van Raam has been producing bicycles for almost 100 years, for the last 30 years with a focus on special needs bikes. Nothing is produced in stock, each bike is manufactured individually. With around 170 employees, Van Raam produces quality Dutch bikes, mainly for adults and children with disabilities or for people who are looking for more safety and stability when riding a bike.
The bicycles are manufactured in Varsseveld in one of the cleanest and most intelligent factories in the Netherlands. In our modern company we have an innovative company policy and use innovative and modern techniques. Read more about this on the innovation page of Van Raam. Quality and sustainability are of fundamental importance to Van Raam. In addition, Van Raam is considered a role model company for the Smart Industry, Smart Working and working with companies in the region, as well as the connections that Van Raam makes with training from LBO to university level. In addition to the number of innovation awards, there have been numerous awards in all these areas. Van Raam's culture is characterised by openness, hospitality and informality.
As a manufacturer of adapted bicycles, our aim is to offer as many people as possible sustainable and contemporary mobility. We do this for people with disabilities, but also for people who can no longer dare to ride a traditional bicycle. We believe that people with disabilities will be happier if they can be mobile and independent for longer. We therefore, want to contribute to the integration of people with disabilities into society, "Let's all cycle".