Satisfied users of Van Raam adapted bicycles

The Van Raam adapted bicycles are widely used, for example in care housing complexes. With the help of these bicycles, it is possible to cycle with the residents and make it easier for them to go outside again. The moment an organisation is receiving the bicycle is almost always very special and festive. This is because it is possible to cycle (again)! In recent times, there also have been satisfied users who have received a Van Raam adapted bicycle. Read more about this in the article.
Please note, it is important to take into account the measures in place concerning the coronavirus. Some of the deliveries have taken place before the coronavirus.

Fun2Go side-by-side tandem for residential facility De Zuidwester

The residents of housing facility De Zuidwester in Goes (the Netherlands) received a second Fun2Go side-by-side tandem. This second bike was much needed because there was from the residents a lot of requests for rides with the first duo bike. Employee Sandra Geertse indicated that the residents could not do much more because of the corona virus, but that it is very nice to be able to cycle for a while.
The side-by-side tandem was donated by the foundation ‘Vrienden van den Berg’ (translated: ‘Friends from the Berg’). This organization collects money in various ways for the residential facility. Read the news article here (in Dutch).

Do you want to know more about how to raise money for an adapted bicycle? Read the article ‘Tips for raising money for a special needs bike’.

The delivery of the Fun2Go to De Zuidwester was a festive event! Take a look at the photo’s they took on the day on which the residents received the side-by-side tandem below. Photo’s: Cynthia Cats

Satisfied users of Van Raam adapted bicycles
Fun2Go duo bike Van Raam for De Zuidwester in Goes
Van Raam Fun2Go duo bike for De Zuidwester
De Zuidwester receives Fun2Go side-by-side tandem Van Raam
De Zuidwester receives Van Raam Fun2Go side-by-side tandem
Van Raam Fun2Go duo bike for De Zuidwester in Goes
“How nice is it to be able to go cycling for a while?”

Café collects money for duo bike

The municipality of Ottersum (the Netherlands) now has a Fun2Go duo bike thanks to café ‘Bij Koos’ and other funds. The café started an initiative where everyone could submit a good idea. In this way, the idea for a duo bike in Ottersum was submitted and it was decided to raise money for this initiative. Watch the video below.

Van Raam adapted bicycles for Onderwatershof

Residential care centre receives three Van Raam adapted bicycles

Residential care center Onderwatershof in Rijswijk (the Netherlands) has received three different types of Van Raam adapted bicycles. These are the: Fun2Go side-by-side tandem, the VeloPlus wheelchair bike and the Chat rickshaw bike. Together with one of the 25 volunteers, the residents of the care center can make beautiful cycling trips. Read the article on the website of Rijswijks Dagblad (in Dutch). These are not the first adapted bicycles for the residential care center. Since the end of 2018, they have a Fun2Go at their disposal. Read more in the article ‘Side-by-side tandems for healthcare institutions in the Netherlands’. Source and photo: Rijswijks Dagblad

Van Raam Chat rickshaw bike for Zanddonkhuis

Rickshaw bike Chat for Zanddonkhuis

Het Zanddonkhuis in Beuningen (the Netherlands) is a health care institution for people suffering from amnesia, such as dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. They want to go cycling with the residents on a weekly basis and have received a Chat rickshaw bicycle for this purpose. The first ride was successful, the residents really enjoyed it. See more on the Facebook page of Het Zanddonkhuis (in Dutch). Source and photo’s: Facebook page Het Zanddonkhuis Beuningen

Van Raam Fun2Go side-by-side tandem for residents gemeente Beek en Donk

Side-by-side tandem for residents Beek en Donk

The municipality council of the village Beek en Donk (the Netherlands), has made a Fun2Go side-by-side tandem with pedal support available to the inhabitants. People who are no longer to cycle independently, but would like to make a nice bike ride, can make use of it. Read the entire article on the website of Mooi Laarbeek (in Dutch). Source and photo: Mooi Laarbeek

Van Raam Fun2Go duo bike for care center Samen

Duo bike for care center Samen

Thanks to many donations, the care center ‘Samen’ (translated: ‘Together’) in Onstwedde (the Netherlands) was able to purchase a Fun2Go duo bike for the residents of the care center. ‘We are very happy that in this special period we can expand the activities with a bike ride’ says the care center. Read the article in Dutch on Onstwedde’s website. Source and photo: Onstwedde

Van Raam Fun2Go duo bike for Zozijn

Adult day care Zozijn receives duo bike

With the help of many organisations and parties that have dedicated themselves to charities and donations, adults day care Kubus of the health care complex Zozijn in Lemerleveld (the Netherlands) received a Fun2Go duo bikeSource: Sukerbiet. Photo: Willem van Trui

Van Raam Fun2Go side-by-side tandem for Jorn
Photo: A4C-Stiftung

Side-by-side tandem for the little Jörn

Six year old Jörn from Bobstadt (Germany), got a Fun2Go side-by-side tandem from the ‘Athletes for Charity’ foundation. They help sick and disadvantaged children. At the age of two, Jörn developed an inflammation in the brain. He stayed in the hospital for several months after which he underwent rehabilitation. Because of the damage to the brain, Jörn has a mental disability and he had to relearn a lot, such as walking and sitting. Jörn loves activities a lot, he then really flourishes, says Marco Steffan, founder of the foundation.
With the help of many associations, companies, supporters, contributors, charities and a donation from Niklas Guste, the director of the bicycle shop E-Motion in Worms, the foundation was able to buy the bicycle for Jörn. Jörn’s mother said that with the arrival of the side-by-side tandem a dream came true.

Read the complete article (in German) on the website of Echo-Online.

“With the arrival of the side-by-side tandem a dream came true.”

More about Van Raam adapted bicycles

In the above deliveries of bicycles, a VeloPlus wheelchair bicycle and Chat rickshaw bicycle have also been delivered to care organisations in addition to the side-by-side tandems. Read more about these bikes below.

Van Raam side-by-side tandem Fun2go satisfied users

Fun2Go side-by-side tandem

The Fun2Go is a duo bike where the users sit next to each other. The tandem has three wheels and a small turning radius. The bike often comes with the optional Van Raam pedal assistance, which makes cycling very easy. Read all about the side-by-side tandem on the product page.

Van Raam VeloPlus wheelchair bike satisfied users

VeloPlus wheelchair bike

The VeloPlus is a wheelchair transport bike. On the tilting platform at the front, a wheelchair can be placed without much effort and can be properly secured here. In this way, someone who is dependent on a wheelchair can cycle again. Read more about the wheelchair bike on the product page.

Van Raam Chat rickshaw bike satisfied users

Chat rickshaw bike

The Chat is a transport bike where two people can sit at the front in a comfortable cockpit. A third person cycles. The Chat comes standard with the pedal support, whereby it is also possible to cycle backwards. Read more about the Chat on the product page.