Man Designs An Off-Road “Wheelchair” So That His Wife Can Go Places She Never Imagined, It’s Now Up For Mass-Production

We have often heard many overwhelming and inspiring success stories. It is always incredible to know someone comes out of a hurdle, especially when overcoming a physical disability, with an uncanny amount of ingenuity and innovation. 

Zack Spliced two electric bikes and placed a seat in the center. He balanced the dimensions and weight distribution, added a few safety features, and that’s how the “Not-A-Wheelchair” was born.

After getting married in a year the couple started mass-producing the vehicle. The couple explained that they wanted to make something that’s quick and light with a super long range. 

“The toughest challenge when developing ‘Not-A-Wheelchair’ is the price. We wanted to create something affordable for everyone. Finding quality components, and a simple enough design at the cheapest price possible took quite a bit of time,” said Zack “But I think we have something now that everyone will be able to enjoy, at a fraction of the cost of other ‘off-road wheelchairs’ currently on the market.”

This wheelchair has a lot of good features which are very helpful for people with disabilities. 

The vehicle is silent and has a range of 10-20 miles with one battery, and 25-35 miles with two batteries (depending on terrain, the weight of the rider, and the weight of the cargo). 

The couple hopes to provide a product that is capable and affordable at the same time. Because the vehicle is made with bike parts its maintenance and repair are super easy. 

It also has a rear rack mounting system to hold wheelchairs, coolers, camping gear, etc. It also has an aluminum frame detachable bumper, and four-inch off-road bike tires. With the bumper off, ‘Not-a-Wheelchair’ is 5 feet long and 32 inches wide.

The base model with no suspension and one battery costs $3,750.

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