Age Range: 10+ | Inseam Range: 23” – 34” | Weight Limit: 225 lbs
Pre-teen and adult riders can experience the joy of riding with this semi-recumbent tricycle. The ASR2011 features a low step-through height of 15” which allows for easier transfers, as well as a low seat base for added stability. Thanks to its adjustability, this bike for life will provide riders with the fun and therapeutic benefits of riding a bike for many years to come.
Features & Benefits
- Highly adjustable forward and backward slide seating system and tilt angle to ensure the rider is properly positioned and allows for future growth.
- The lower seat base is at a similar height to a standard wheelchair, making for easier transfers.
- Candy Blue or Hot Rod Purple standard color options and many other upgraded color options are available.
- 20” smooth pneumatic “air-filled” tires – Great for indoor or outdoor riding.
- Direct drive gearing with easy pedal power to encourage reciprocal motion of the legs. Upgrade to the On/Off Pin Reciprocator to allow for direct drive or freewheel drive systems.
- Independently adjustable hoop handlebars with telescopic posts.
- Locked or unlocked handlebar positioning to limit or control the rider’s ability to steer the bike.
- The Knuckle Joint™ Steering system steers like a car and allows for greater turning control with limited side-to-side movement.
- Supportive Adult High-Back seating system with multiple options to add lateral supports, harnesses or head supports.
- Standard Mountain Pedals with Toe Cage with additional available upgraded footplate options.
- Multiple options available for front and back brake positioning.
- A lower center of gravity for increased stability.
- Standard bike essentials including safety flag, wheel reflectors, bell and multi-tool.
- Speed Dampener option is available to give the caregiver greater control over the maximum speed of the bike.
- Option to add an electric assist. This motor can be enabled at any time, giving the rider a little extra help riding up hills or allowing for a period of rest during longer rides.
- Multiple accessory options to further customize the bike to the rider’s needs.
Hannah Killebrew is a bubbly, energetic, outgoing, and determined nine-year-old girl.
“There is no stranger, she loves everybody,” Hannah’s mother Melissa said. “She has a very kind spirit, and everybody is a friend.”
Hannah loves playing with the kids in her neighborhood with her younger brother, but that isn’t always easy for her to do. Hannah is on the autism spectrum, has sensory processing disorder, ADHD, and global developmental delay, which can make it difficult for her to do things like ride a bike.