Land, Sea and Snow - anythings possible with the right kit
Kite Chairing (Wheelchair)
Learning to Kite by sitting on the floor and being dragged through a load of Dear shit in Richmond Park was no Fun, but soon as I sat in my wheelchair it became a whole new ball game! Adding a Freewheel stopped the ejections out the front when the castors dug in! Kite handles were a problem, so switched to Flying with a fixed bar whilst being able to brake/steer with the other hand was the future! Never thought 30mph would feel so quick......
How would I steer it, the normal control being the feet?
Quad Libre buggy the first attempt and a solid platform to learn on with easy adaption to steer one handed.
A step upto a Flexifoil Freestyle Buggy was a game chager and working with Draft Wheelchairs we came up with a hand steering control on the headstock - Dan's a genius!
Custom seat from BuggyBags and lap strap helped keep me in, then kept the buggy attached to me when I got into jumping!
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