The Attitude Hybrid wheelchair hand bike combines all of the health benefits of manual cycling with the reliability of powered propulsion. Helping to reduce fatigue, the powered motor can be engaged whenever you encounter a tricky hill-climb or just to provide you with that little extra speed when you need it.
The wheelchair hand bike that’s ready to go in 6 seconds!
The docking mechanism on the Attitude Hybrid hand bike is so simple, its ingenious 4-point docking system locks securely to the front of your wheelchair in seconds, and it’s removable just as quick! Plus there’s no need for parts or wiring to be cluttering around your knees so nothing comes between you and the comfort you’ve come to expect from your wheelchair.
Just take a look at the video and see how easy it is!
The manual hand-bike with the additional power to get you where you want to go.
With a powerful 250 Watt motor providing a top speed of up to 23 kph, the Attitude Hybrid is ideal for hilly terrain or longer distances. Simply engage the power module whenever you need it and you’re free to live life to the limits and go anywhere with your Attitude Hybrid hand bike. Plus, the 14.5 Ah lithium-ion battery option, you can sit back and relax in the knowledge that distance isn’t a worry either.
Useful low rider carrier
As the Attitude Hybrid hand bike gives you that extra power to go further, you may want to take some extra items along for the ride. That’s why the Attitude hand bike series comes with a low rider carrier that can be used to store any available standard saddle bags.
Pure style at every turn.
There’s a change in attitude with add-on hand bikes! Ultra lightweight to match the performance you’d expect from a QUICKIE wheelchair, sleek design and 30 head turning colours to match your existing wheelchair or create a look that’s truly individual. Hit the streets in style with QUICKIE Attitude.
As you’ll be spending a lot of time behind your Attitude Power hand bike, we’ve ensured that the handle position is ergonomically designed to prevent contact with your body – particularly when manoeuvring around corners.