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Cycling with varying energy levels Van Raam Easy Go mobility scooter bike

Cycling with varying energy levels

Varying energy levels can occur among older people, but it can also be a symptom or result of a disability or disorder. Read more about cycling with varying energy levels in this article.

van raam bikes and mission 2030 of fonds gehandicaptensport with van raam tricycles to the invictus games

Van Raam bikes and Mission 2030 of Fonds Gehandicaptensport

During the round table conference 'Mission 2030' in April 2022, various stakeholders were brought together to discuss how more people with a disability can be mobile and play sports. Afterwards they cycled with 40 Easy Rider tricycles of Van Raam. Read more here.

Knee pain while cycling causes treatment and prevention Van Raam

Knee pain while cycling? Causes, treatment and prevention

Suffering from knee pain during or after cycling? This is a common complaint. In this article you will read about possible causes and treatment for knee pain while cycling. We also provide tips on how to prevent knee pain from biking.

cycling after a stroke on an adapted van raam bicycle

Cycling after a stroke

It is important to keep active after a stroke. This helps prevent new strokes and contributes to recovery. It may be that you have suffered (permanent) damage after a stroke. Van Raam's adapted bicycles can ensure that you remain mobile after a stroke.

Cycling with knee osteoarthritis on a Van Raam special needs bike

Cycling with knee osteoarthritis

With osteoarthritis of the knee, the cartilage in the knee joint changes. The symptoms are pain and stiffness in the knee. The stiffness is especially felt when someone starts moving again after sitting or lying for a long time. There are periods in which the pain is worse and periods in which the pain is less (source: Thuisarts.nl). Almost half of the people in the Netherlands with osteoarthritis suffer from knee osteoarthritis. It is important to move regularly with knee osteoarthritis, but not to strain it. Cycling with osteoarthritis is a good way to exercise. Read in this article more about cycling with knee osteoarthritis and view experiences of some Van Raam customers with knee osteoarthritis.

Cycling with Hemiplegia

Cycling with Hemiplegia

Cycling with Hemiplegia? Yes! Van Raam offers you options that can make cycling possible again. Read more about Van Raam bicycles for half-sided paralysis here.

multiple options for cycling with one arm of hand

Cycling with one arm/hand

For people with one hand or arm it is often hard to keep cycling. Van Raam has various bicycles with options which make cycling with one arm or hand easier. Read in the article below which bicycles and options are suitable for riding a bicycle independently or together.

Bicycle for the blind at Van Raam adapted bikes

Bicycle for the blind at Van Raam adapted bikes

For people who are blind or have some kind of visual disability it is not always easy to keep moving. As a manufacturer of adapted bicycles, we at Van Raam offer several solutions. Read more about the bicycle for the blind here.

Cycling with a Balance disorder

Cycling with a balance disorder on an adaptive bike

A balance disorder is a condition that impedes the balancing centers in the inner ear in its functioning. Driving and cycling becomes virtually impossible and you lose a large part of your personal freedom. With an adaptive bike from Van Raam it is possible to keep cycling.

kivo child parent tandem van raam boers family

Cycling with Down syndrome on a special needs bike

For people with Down's syndrome, movement is not always easy. They often have less coordination and the muscles are not that strong. Nevertheless, movement is very important, and so is cycling. As a manufacturer of unique special needs bikes, Van Raam offers various possibilities and solutions for cycling with Down's syndrome, both for people who can cycle independently and for people who can't (or no longer) do so.

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Customer experiences
Customer experience Easy Rider tricycle - Suze Korver
10 / 10
Customer experience Easy Rider tricycle - Suze Korver
February 2014 changed Suze's life forever. A bacterial infection caused sepsis, leaving her in a coma for 3 months and requiring both her lower legs and hands to be amputated. Read Suze Korver's admirable story in this customer experience and watch the video.
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User experience VeloPlus wheelchair bike - Kevin van der Plas
10 / 10
User experience VeloPlus wheelchair bike - Kevin van der Plas
I'm Kevin, 14 years old and I live at home with my parents. I can't talk and I'm wheelchair dependent. I like to watch videos on YouTube on my iPad, but what I like even more is being outside and cycle around on my VeloPlus wheelchair transport bike, together with my mom and dad.
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Customer experience Fun2Go double bike – De Bever Verhuur
9 / 10
Customer experience Fun2Go double bike – De Bever Verhuur
De Bever Verhuur in Ouddorp stimulates joint movement in the open air, with their broad offer of (electric) means of transportation, including special bikes. They already have been using the Fun2Go 1 for a longer period and also tested the Fun2Go 2 recently. In this customer experience you will read more about De Bever Verhuur und their findings concerning the double bike.
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