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).
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People who have trouble walking or prolonged standing.
Van Raam has a lot of videos of the different bikes and the company Van Raam. You can watch all the videos at the YouTube page of Van Raam. The most relevant videos about the bike are shown below.
The van Raam City walker support is suitable for people who have trouble walking or prolonged standing. A wheelchair is not required and a walker doesn’t have your preference. Your body weight is worn by the seat of the City walking support, and thus relieving the leg joints. Walking is almost effortlessly, therefore you can travel longer distances In addition, the City walking aid is foldable and lightweight so you can take it easily with you in the car, bus or train. For all the options available for this bike, see the pricelist of the walking support City.
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If you want to try this bike or any other bike of us, you can make an appointment with us. We do not sell directly to individuals, sales and delivery is done by our dealers.
Many others have already bought a Van Raam special needs bike before you, below you can read their experiences.
"My walking support is my buddy. I use this walking bicycle, better said, this walking support with my every move inside my house daily. A big advantage of this bicycle is its maneuverability."
José van Rosmalen - Capelle aan den IJssel
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