Van Raam produces uniquely special needs bicycles and specializes in tricycles, transport bikes, scooterbikes, wheelchair bikes, tandem bikes, double rider bikes, and low step trough bikes (also known as comfortbikes). Each model is also available as an electric bike (Pedelec).
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The new Easy Rider tricycle is available as from 1-1-2021. Read more about the previous version of this tricycle, the Van Raam Easy Rider 2.
Want to know more about the renewed Easy Rider? Take a look at the Easy Rider product page.
"I have MS and can't cycle on a regular bike anymore, then I fall over. After trying a lot of different options I ended up at Van Raam and I was stunned."
Mia Broos-Bakker - Netherlands
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"Nancy Walravens is 42 years old and lives in Dilbeek, Belgium. She had an aneurysm 8 years ago, resulting in hemiplegia on the left side (paralysis of the left side). She has had an Easy Rider."
Nancy Walravens - Dilbeek, België
"Herman de Grijff turned a hundred years old in April 2020. He still does everything with his Easy Rider tricycle, if the weather conditions are right he likes to get on his bike for a ride."
Herman de Grijff - Zutphen
"I have owned an Easy Rider tricycle since January 2010 and still enjoy riding it. To me this is the ideal bicycle for every occasion: buying groceries, going to work."
Diederik Wierenga - Norg
"My name is Louise Kotterink and I live in Bad Bentheim. Because I'm sick and have two kinds of rheumatism, I don't ride a regular bike anymore, that's why I decided to buy an Easy Rider."
Louise Kotterink - Bad Bentheim
"I hope my (long) story will win people over to buy the Easy Rider tricycle and start enjoying bicycling again."
Saskia van Sprundel - the Netherlands
Are you curious what the biggest design differences are between the Easy Rider 3 and Easy Rider 2? Read the deisgn differences in the article 'What are the differences in design between the tricycles Easy Rider 3 and 2?'. En view more about the technical differences in the article 'What are the technical differences between the tricycles Easy Rider 3 and 2?'.
Do you have questions about the Easy Rider 2 or the renewed Easy Rider? Feel free to ask them, we will be happy to help you. You can contact us in various ways: