Handbikes

Handcycles, also known as hand-bikes, are powered by the arms and hands. Most come in a tricycle form, consisting of two rear wheels and one front wheel with a drivetrain that is steerable. Quest 88 offer a wide selection of handcycles in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit most riders' needs. Everyday or upright handcycles are generally easy for transfer and have a good turning circle. Generally speaking, the faster you want to go, the lower to the ground you go.

 

 

Handbikes

  1. XLT Recreational Handcycle

    The XLT is equipped for the recreational handcyclist. If you would like to know more, scroll down for full description.

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  2. Excelerator Stock Handcycle

    Quest 88 Introduces the new stock version of the Excelerator handcycle. This stable and manoeuvrable everyday handcycle takes its design cues from the custom Excelerator model but at an even more accessible price. If you would like to know more, scroll down for full description

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    Click here for a downloadable PDF of our 'Handcycles' leaflet. Please contact our office by email: cycling@quest88.com or by phone: 01743 363512 to request a hard copy.

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  3. Li'l Excelerator Handcycle

    The Li'l Excelerator handcycle is the children's counterpart to the standard Excelerator and is ideal for children new to hand cycling. Designed for everyday use, these upright children's handcycles are excellent for recreational activity or as a change from the rider's everyday wheelchair experience. If you would like to know more, scroll down for the full description.

    Click here for a downloadable PDF of our 'Handcycles' leaflet. Please contact our office by email: cycling@quest88.com or by phone: 01743 363512 to request a hard copy.

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  4. 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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  5. Hase Lepus Handbike

    Perfectly adapted comfort: Glide over the bumpiest surfaces with an air shock, master uphill stretches with a differential and fine Rohloff hub, and – when the going gets too tough – enjoy a boost from the e-motor. Design your Lepus based on your individual idea of comfort.

    As with many of our products, the Hase Lepus Handbike can vary in price dependent on specification. Please contact us to have a product specification and price tailored to your individual requirements.

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  6. Hase Kettwiesel Handbike

    Mobility is one thing. Being able to get everywhere you need to go and have fun on the way is another. This is what differentiates Hase Handbike from wheelchairs with attachable handcycles. And our Handbikes offer practically all the same qualities as their sister models Kettwiesel, Lepus, and Pino: comfort, manoeuvrability, and safety, along with mobility at reasonable speeds. After all, being there is what counts.

    As with many of our products, the Hase Kettwiesel Allround can vary in price dependent on specification. Please contact us to have a product specification and price tailored to your individual requirements.

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