You have likely heard of Larry Flynt. That’s right, Larry Flynt, possibly one of the most successful wheelers to ever grace a chair and obviously a gent who likes to go beyond pimping a wheelchair.
Category: Wheelchair Weird
Solar power, lots of sun, and a powerhouse sponsor move this wheelchair across the sands to a Guinness World Record.
Solar powered wheelchairs are not a new idea. Rather it’s a concept in progress whose day may not be far off. The power wheelchair in the image was developed by
Here’s a fun item that will turn your manual wheelchair into an eye popping display of dynamic digital design.
Hokey Spokes are computerized blades that you insert onto your wheelchair spokes. As you roll, the inertia activates an onboard computer that creates great colors, designs, and text.
What’s next after independence? What is it all about after you have that wheelchair just right and rolling like you want it to? Fun of course!
Making a statement, giving your wheels some personality, or just plain pimping out your chair with some eye candy. Beyond Independence has a really cool product that does just that.
An interesting wheelchair enhancement being worked on by the prestigious Royal College of Art in the UK. Folding wheelchair wheels that help make a wheelchair more transportable.
They are presently looking for input from wheelchair users. Hey, this is your chance to get your two cents in. How often can you say that you worked on a project with the Royal College of Art?
Wheelchair spokeguards are indeed very cool but for more than just their looks.
Wheelchair spokeguards can make a statement. Not just any statement, but the one you want to send. It can be political or whimsical or it can have a load of attitude. Whatever direction you take them in they look great, especially when spinning in a kaleidoscopic swoosh of eye-catching colors.
Bob Gullickson, a paraplegic since his teens, will be taking a shot at the wheelchair land speed record at the Brainerd Raceway in Minnesota on September, 5, in a specially built rocket-powered wheelchair.
The Rocket Wheelchair may reach speeds up to 100mph!
The GTcompello wheelchair is a human powered tilting trike which allows paraplegics and quadriplegics with adequate hand and arm function to access road terrain for activities such as touring and racing.
It’s presently in the running for a James Dyson Foundation design award. It certainly has a great futuristic look!