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Van Raam's City is a walking aid that supports walking and prolonged standing. Read and watch in this article the unique characteristics of the walking aid, such as its maneuverability and low entry.
The City walking aid is designed for people who have difficulty walking or have problems standing too long. It is a good alternative for people who do not want a walker, or a wheelchair is not necessary.
Read here the 4 unique riding characteristics of the City walking aid:
Because you support your body weight on the saddle of the City walking aid, the hips, knees and ankles are relieved. This makes it possible to stand longer, or walk longer distances, than before.
The City is lightweight and foldable. You fold the City by opening the lock on the side of the walking aid with a key. Then you open the clamp, allowing you to fold the rear wheel inside. When folded, the walking aid is easy to take with you in the car or on public transport. Watch the product video of the City to see how the walking aid is folded and how it is used.
The walking aid has a low entry, so you can get on the City without lifting your leg high. The stable standard makes getting on and off even easier.
The compact size and the two small sturdy wheels make the City very maneuverable. Because the walking aid has one wheel at the front, the turning circle is small. This is a big difference with for example a rollator. Read more about the differences between a walking aid and a rollator in the article 'Walking bike instead of a rollator'.
Find all information about the City walking aid on the product page. On this page you can find photos, specifications, videos and documentation of the City.
In the online configurator you can put together your own City walking aid. You can choose from various options and accessories such as a basket or the frame color. You can also choose a reinforced or a lowered frame. While putting together the bike you can also see the associated costs. For more information, read the article 'Put together your Van Raam bike with the bike configurator'.
Are you curious how others experience the City walking aid? Read some customer experiences below, or see all customer experiences on the overview page.
"My name is Ronald and I use the City walking aid almost every day. A tumor has caused fractures in my ankle and walking became very painful for me. The walking aid is the solution."
Ronald Hummelink - Eibergen
"What is the City walking aid a fantastic help! He can even walk on the mudflats, if you stay on the hard surface."
Marion Bartels - The Wadden Sea
"My walking support is my buddy. I use this walking bicycle, better said, this walking support with my every move inside my house daily. A big advantage of this bicycle is its maneuverability."
José van Rosmalen - Capelle aan den IJssel
Would you like to know more about the City walking aid from Van Raam? Please contact us, we are happy to help. You can reach us by phone, email or the contact form.