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).
Learn more about all the possibilities and features of our 23 bikes. View photos and videos, read customer experiences and be inspired by the many possibilities that Van Raam bikes offer you.
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Many others have preceded you in buying a Van Raam low step through bike Balance. We'd like to share some of these messages and customer experiences with you so that we can show you the many possibilities of using an adaptive bike.
Read the customer experiences below.
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"I had a very active life. This stopped when I had a severe motorbike accident in May 2020. I can no longer cycle on a normal bicycle, but I wanted to get back on a two-wheel bike."
Frederik Gerritsen - Twello
"When I was diagnosed with avascular necrosis, I was dealt a huge blow. I can no longer walk and am bound to my wheelchair. Yet I have a clear goal: I want to ride my bicycle again."
Susie Jolink - Ridderkerk
"Due to an accident and knee surgery, I can no longer bend my leg enough. I absolutely wanted to keep cycling and stumbled upon the Balance low step through electric bike."
Johan Grotenhuijs - Hengelo
"I haven't cycled for years due to several reasons. I tried out different bikes without succes, but finally stumbled upon the Balance low step ebike and I knew for sure: this will be my bike!"
Joke Sonke - Hoogerheide
"Els van Geel is 80 years old and enjoys her Balance bike with low entry immensely. She even calls it her best purchase in recent years. Read Els' message to Van Raam here."
Els van Geel - Maastricht
"Henk Beunk ended up in hospital after a major fall with a cerebral infarction and partial high spinal cord injury. Barely able to move, he entered the rehabilitation process."
Henk Beunk - Westendorp