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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Many others have preceded you in buying a Van Raam Easy Go scooter bike. We'd like to share some of these messages and user experiences with you so that we can show you the many possibilities of using an adaptive bike.
Read the user experiences below.
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"After a fall with my e-bike, I went to Van Raam for a test ride and bought the Easy Go mobility scooter bike. Van Raam has extended my life! I don't have to stay inside."
Hannie Hoogenboom - Bilthoven
"I have heart and kidney failure and non-congenital brain injury. But thanks to the Easy Go mobility scooter bike, I can get back out again and enjoy biking."
Helga Bruggink - Pennekamp - Silvolde
"Although I had to get used to a tricycle for a while, I'm very happy with my Easy Go scooter bike now and couldn't live without it."
Margit Schneider - Bremen
"My name is Anita. Because of my muscle rheumatism, cycling on my electric bike didn't work anymore and I became isolated. The Easy Go scooter bike gives me back control of my life."
Anita Vis - Woerden
"After I received my Easy Go, I first took cycling lessons with an occupational therapist before I went cycling on the road. I can certainly recommend this. I now enjoy cycling!"
Natascha van Leeuwen - Tubbergen
"I am Astrid van der Plank (44) and I own the Easy Go scooter bike since July 2018. I use a scooter bike because I have Spinocerebellar Ataxia type 28."
Astrid van der Plank - De Meern