Van Raam produces uniquely special needs bicycles and specializes in tricycles, 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 21 bikes. View photos and videos, read user 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 tricycle for adults Easy Rider. 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.
Feel free to send us a nice picture of your Van Raam bike + a brief explanation.
"My name is Sandra, I am 47 years old and since January 2019 cycling has become a hobby for me again. From January 2019 I own an oceangreen Easy Rider tricycle."
Sandra Kranenburg - Nieuwkoop
"Since 2013 I have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and since the end of 2016 I have been a very happy owner of a Van Raam Easy Rider, delivered via the WMO (Social Support Act)."
Jolanda Segers-Geurts - Oss
"In October I had a consult with you about a tricycle. I was enthusiastic about the advice and I now have my Easy Rider tricycle for more than two months. I am very happy with this bike."
Mrs. Fonhof - Zwolle (the Netherlands)
"After a number of years of not being able to cycle, a whole new world opened up for me and I'm more independent now and I have more freedom of movement!"
Mrs. Klaver - Netherlands
"The German Gunda Krauss cycled together with her dog Sauser on her tricycle Easy Rider in 2009 at the age of 70 from Munich to Rügen (1200 km)"
Gunda Krauss - München (DE)
"I have been using an Easy Rider tricycle with seat since November 2017. Because of my illness Multiple Sclerosis (MS). I can unfortunately no longer ride on a regular two-wheel bike."
Thea Westra - Stiens