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 24 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 wheelchair bike OPair. 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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"My sister was an Olympic hopeful marathon runner and part of the USA Track and Field Team. Twelve years ago she was struck by an auto while on a run."
Peter Crain - Minneapolis
"Chris (6) cannot cycle on his own. In order to go out in the open air with the family and to take Chris to day care and friends, to spend the night, mom Wendy purchased an OPair wheelchair bike."
Chris Freriks - Doetinchem
"Adam Pyle is 25 years old and has profound Physical and Learning Disabilities. Together with his mum Kate and his dad Graham, he lives in England. Recently they received the Opair Wheelchair Trike."
Adam Pyle - England
"Grandparents of young Jack, who is non ambulatory, purchased an OPair for Jack's birthday. What a great gift!"
Family of Jack - America
"We had a fantastic cycling holiday with a 98-year-old and the OPair in Norfolk. Beautiful quiet lanes and courteous drivers. We also used the OPair to take a friend to a medical appointment."
Jess Lee - Ruislip
"Cycling eight hundred kilometers with a wheelchair bike without pedal support. That sounds like a challenge. A challenge that Richard Hernández accepted together with his disabled son Andrés."
Richard Hernández - Buenavista (Spain)