Category: Hand Propelled Cycle

Excelerator Xlt Handcycle

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The Excelerator XLT Handcycle is a hand propelled cycle for adults with mobility disabilities. Capable of reaching speeds up to 20 miles per hour, this three-wheeled, hand-crank cycle features stable maneuverability for those who enjoy competitive cycling. With a Shimano 7-speed hub and reverse drum braking, this cycle can reach up to 24 different speeds. A fully adjustable chain tension idler lets the rider adjust the crank height without having to add or remove chain links. FRAME: Made of oval tube aluminum and chrome-moly steel with a powder-coat finish, the frame of this cycle is geometrically designed for maximum stiffness and improved cornering. The frame s available in a variety of colors. SEAT: Adjustable seat and back heights. WHEELS: Available with 26-inch performance wheels with high pressure tires, 24-inch cruiser wheels with cruiser tires, or 24-inch off- road wheels with knobby tires. Quick-release axles are standard and 0.5-inch threaded axles are optional. Optional thorn resistant tire protectors are also available. FOOTRESTS: Dual adjustable footrests with foot straps are standard. Leg guards are available. OPTIONS: Helmet, horizontal handles, quad cuffs and gloves, chest security strap, parking brake, and others.


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Excelerator  Xlt Handcycle

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Invacare Corporation
Invacare Corporation Organization Type: 
Email address:
Phone: 800-333-6900
Fax: 877-619-7996
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
Web Address:
Home Management, Personal Care, Recreation, Seating, Walking, Wheeled Mobility

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Access To Recreation, Inc.
Access To Recreation, Inc. Organization Type: 
Email address:
Phone: 800-634-4351
Fax: 805-498-8186
Web Address:
Recreation, Communication, Therapeutic Aids