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A detachable frame can be an useful addition at a Van Raam special needs bike. The advantage is that the bike becomes more compact and making it easier to transport. This makes it easier for you to take your Van Raam bike with you on vacation!

What is a detachable frame

Every special needs bike from Van Raam can be performed with various options and accessories, so you can adjust your bike completely to your wishes. 
With a detachable frame, the front of the bike can be disconnected from the rest. In this way, you can take the bike with you easier. For example, if you go on vacation or if you are going to cycle in a different area for a day.  De part that can be disconnected, consists of the front fork, front wheel and steering part.

How does a detachable frame work with a Van Raam bike

Disconnecting the front from the rest of the bicycle is easy. In the frame, at the front fork, there is a coupling which can be opened by a second coupling and a rotary knob. Because of this, the front part of the bike can be dismantled in one part from the rest of the bike. This makes it easier to transport the bicycle.
In the videos there is demonstrated how the front part can be disconnected from the rest of the bike at the Easy Rider, VeloPlus, OPair and Twinny.

The detachable frame at Van Raam bikes

The detachable frame is an extra option which can be chosen on many bicycles in the product range. In the photos below you can see at which bikes a detachable frame is possible. Also, take a look at our instruction video's. 

Take the bike on the car

Did you know that there are special trailers, roof-top carriers and even storage facilities for your Van Raam bicycle? Read more about that in the article: Trailers for transporting adapted bicycles.

  • You need less space to park your bike
  • By sharing the bike it is easier to transport
  • With the OPair you can use the front part as a wheelchair
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Customer experience OPair wheelchair bicycle - Family Brandt
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Customer experience OPair wheelchair bicycle - Family Brandt
Unfortunately Niklas cannot ride a bike on his own, but with the OPair wheelchair bike he can once again go on bike tours with the whole family. Read more about this experience and watch the pictures around videos of the family.
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Customer experience Easy Rider tricycle - Nancy Walravens
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Customer experience Easy Rider tricycle - Nancy Walravens
Nancy Walravens is 42 years old and lives in Dilbeek, Belgium. She is a single mother with 3 children and had an aneurysm 8 years ago, resulting in hemiplegia on the left side (paralysis of the left side). Since 2017 she has an Easy Rider tricycle, because she wants to exercise despite her disability. Read Nancy's experience here.
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Price (Twinny, Twinny Plus)

€ 537 (excl. VAT and shipping)

Price (Midi, Maxi, Easy Rider Small)

€ 567 (excl. VAT and shipping)

Price (Easy Rider)

€ 655 (excl. VAT and shipping)

Price (VeloPlus)

€ 1.103 (excl. VAT and shipping)

Price (OPair)

€ 1.138 (excl. VAT and shipping)

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