Adaptive Cycling

Quest 88 began manufacturing therapy tricycles for disabled children in 1989. Since then both our range of cycles and our experience has grown exponentially - enabling us to accommodate both new and experienced cyclists of all ages and abilities. Whether for individual use or a bike for an adaptive fleet, we have something for everyone. Please use our handy cycle finder to narrow down your search.

Adaptive Cycling

  1. Hase Kettwiesel Allround

    One wheel in front, two behind, and you in the middle. Thanks to its unique design, the Kettwiesel is the most manoeuvrable trike on the market, and it makes the city jungle just as fun to navigate as country roads or untamed trails. It's light a lightweight cornering machine, with exceptional stability from the low centre of gravity and three wheels, how many cyclists can put their feet up at a red light? Fully customisable, the Kettwiesel can be adapted to suit almost any rider.

    Each Hase bike has many options and accessories, making it impossible for us to list a definitive price. As a guide, prices range from £2250 to £7240 (excluding VAT). Please read the Product Description below for more information on pricing and assessments.

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  2. Hase Pino Allround

    The Pino creates it's own class when it comes to tandems. The bike offers unprecedented comfort and an exhilarating ride, with the front rider taking a recumbent seating position whilst the rear rider handles the steering, brakes, and gearing. The geometry of the recumbent seat and saddle allow for a stronger sense of shared experience, as communication is effortless with both rider's heads being much closer than the conventional tandem. The front boom extends and detracts on a quick release system, making adjustment for different sized riders extremely quick

    Each Hase bike has many options and accessories, making it impossible for us to list a definitive price. As a guide, prices range from £3,600 to £5950 (excluding VAT). Please read the Product Description below for more information on pricing and assessments.

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  3. Hase Pino Handbike

    The Pino Handbike incorporates everything that's great about the Pino, with the addition of a hand-crank unit for the front rider! The bike offers unprecedented comfort and an exhilarating ride, with the front rider taking a recumbent seating position whilst the rear rider handles the steering, brakes, and gearing. The geometry of the recumbent seat and saddle allow for a stronger sense of shared experience, as communication is effortless with both rider's heads being much closer than the conventional tandem.

    Each Hase bike has many options and accessories, making it impossible for us to list a definitive price. As a guide, prices range from £4,800 to £7,165 (excluding VAT). Please read the Product Description below for more information on pricing and assessments.

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  4. Hase Trix

    The Trix is three-wheeled cycling for young people, taken to the next level. Be it for therapy and building muscle tone, or gaining independence to go out riding with friends, the Trix is as awesome to ride as it looks. All technical features have been carefully chosen by Hase, from the pedals with toe clips and straps to prevent the rider's feet from slipping out, to the brake levers featuring shorter reach for riders with smaller hands.

    Each Hase bike has many options and accessories, making it impossible for us to list a definitive price. As a guide, prices range from £2,975 to £5,145 (excluding VAT). Please read the Product Description below for more information on pricing and assessments.

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  5. Hase Trets

    The Trets is the ideal bike for the child who wants to do more! It transforms over time from a jogger to a trailer bike, to an individual trike. Being an extremely versatile bike, the front section can be extended for leg and body growth without raising the centre of gravity of the rider, this means that the age range can extend from 2.5 years up to 12 years.

    Each Hase bike has many options and accessories, making it impossible for us to list a definitive price. As a guide, prices range from £2,175 to £4,230 (excluding VAT). Please read the Product Description below for more information on pricing and assessments.

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  6. Hase Pino Steps

    The Pino Steps is everything great about the Pino All-round, with the addition of Shimano's Steps crank-based motor system. Fully adjustable, the levels of assistance can be set to three modes that you can change on the fly depending on what incline you're about to face. The bike offers unprecedented comfort and an exhilarating ride, with the front rider taking a recumbent seating position whilst the rear rider handles the steering, brakes and gearing. The geometry of the recumbent seat and saddle sallow for a stronger sense of shared experience, as communication is effortless with both rider's heads being much closer than the conventional tandem. The front boom extends and detracts on a quick release system, making adjustment for different sized riders extremely quick

    Each Hase bike has many options and accessories, making it impossible for us to list a definitive price. As a guide, prices range from £5300 to £6900 (excluding VAT). Please read the Product Description below for more information on pricing and assessments.

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Q & A

Common Questions and Answers. If we havent addressed your question here - please contact us: 01743 363512 or email any futher questions or suggestions for questions to cycling@quest88.com.

The World Health Organisation defines Disability as follows: "Disabilities is an umbrella term, covering impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions". Whilst we may or may not regard ourselves as disabled, we can all have things which impair or prohibit our ability to do the things we have a passion to do. Often those things seem insignificant to others and yet they are no less limiting. Quest 88 has a wealth of experience in helping people to overcome the 'little mountains' that prevent us from beoming more active or independent. we want to share what we have learned and help you get going!

You will see similar cycles to those shown on our website, described as 'adapted bikes'. This is misleading. The word 'adapted' suggests a regular bicycle or tricycle which has been adapted to suit someone who is disabled, something a little more Heath Robinson! At Quest 88, we like to talk about 'Adaptive' cycles and by this we mean cycles that are specifically designed to provide for different kinds of riding and individual needs. The distinction is important and demonstrates that the equipment available today isnt merely an afterthought. A common response we hear at shows and at our shop is "we never knew that this kind of equipment existed". That is something we want to change so that people can start riding now and not have any regrets over missed opportunities. Please help us to spread the word!

Yes we do and we have been active in supplying many cycling schemes around the UK for the last 10 years. The Draisin range of therapy and companion cycles, including wheelchair loaders and tandem trikes, are built to take the demands of a busy cycling schemes and tens of thousands of miles! Our Adaptive cycles have a reputation for robust construction and great serviceability. They also offer a wide range of accessories to help you to widen your scope for inclusion, including bib/harnesses, footplates, calf supports and reclining seats. Please contact us for more information and check out the Your Stories Section of this website for some great case studies. From time to time we have special bundle offers for schools and clubs which include tricycles and go-karts. Please check out our website for School Offer postings or contact us at cycling@quest88.com for information on current offers.

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