In case of preferred left- or right-handed operation
Preferred operation is often chosen by individuals who have reduced muscle strength or mobility in one of their hands. In preferred mode of operation, the most powerful brake, bell and gear are placed on the side of the "good" hand. The second brake is placed on the other side, it must still be operable by the person.
In case of one-handed operation
When individuals are dependent on one hand when riding a bicycle, one-handed operation is chosen for the steering system. As with the preferred operation, here all controls are placed on 1 side of the handlebars, including the most powerful brake. In addition, the bicycle is equipped with a back-pedal brake, so that in case of an emergency, the brakes can always be applied.