Introducing the latest innovation, the improved AS2000 and AS2600 upright adaptive tricycle models. These really take our product to the next level. We aimed to enhance our tricycles by providing a 10-degree seat tilt that offers better head and trunk support. Similarly, the new tilt is especially beneficial for those who require extra postural support due to physical conditions or disabilities. Finally, maintaining the pass-through clearance and stability was critical, and all the new models still provide these features.
Our popular Adventurer series has been completely re-engineered to provide greater postural stability and improved trunk positioning. These new features ensure riders maintain correct posture and alignment. Essential for those who may have difficulty sitting for extended periods or require additional postural support.
Our Adventurer series has always been a popular choice for those seeking an upright adaptive tricycle that provides excellent postural support, stability, and comfort. However, we knew that we could make the Adventurer series even better, and as a result that’s exactly what we have done with our latest redesign.
We are committed to constant improvement to provide everyone with the opportunity to experience the joy of cycling. With the latest Adventurer series redesign, we are confident that we have achieved this goal. Our new tricycles offer greater postural support, increased comfort, and also easier transfers. Making them the perfect choice for anyone seeking a safe, accessible, and enjoyable cycling experience.
Starting today, we have implemented the improved frame design for all orders of the AS2000 or AS2600 upright adaptive tricycle..
If you have any inquiries or would like more information regarding the improved AS2000 and AS2600.: Please do not hesitate to contact your territory manager or reach out to our customer service team at 1-800-661-9915. Our dedicated team is available to answer any questions and ultimately provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision.