Amtryke Therapeutic Tricycle Oceana by Kettler Foot Cycle 9 inch Front Wheel with Snappy Seat
Amtryke Therapeutic Tricycle Oceana By Kettler Foot Cycle 9 inch Front Wheel with snappy seat
This tricycle comes with a fixed front wheel and the pedals can teach your child the motion of pedaling along with building strong muscles. It comes with AM-9 pedal plates with foot straps.Key Features:
- User height up to 36 inches
- AM-9 pedal plates with heel trap, toe and instep straps
- Push bar and additional safety helmet
- Requires assembling
- Quick adjust frame with multiple frame adjustments
Please contact us at 732-534-7679 or email us for a price quote for these accessories.
- XL Snappy Seat Back
- Wide Snappy Seat Bottom Seat Cushion
- Notched Snappy Seat Bottom Seat Cushion
- Lateral Supports
- Hand Strap
- Wrist Wraps
- Wrist Brace Holding Mitts
- Foot Cups
- Pedal Blocks
- AM-9 Pedal Leveler
- Knee Adductor Positioning Strap
- License Plate
Established in 1994, AmTryke is a company owned and operated by National AMBUCS™, Inc, a national service organization dedicated to creating mobility and independence for people with disabilities. Over the years, AmTryke has designed a wide range of models, sizes, and adaptations suitable for many diagnoses at a low cost.
They currently offer foot cycles, hand cycles, and combination hand/foot powered cycles. To insure a proper fit, AmTrykes can be adapted in many ways including frame size, seat selection, trunk and leg support. This makes it ideal for individuals with a variety of special needs.
As a therapeutic tricycle, AmTrykes help young riders improve their motor skills, endurance and strength. It is fun to ride and offers the opportunity for inclusive play. For adults, AmTrykes provide a new form of mobility, exercise, and freedom to explore the community.
For therapists the use of the therapeutic tricycle will provide the clinician an age appropriate, safe, dynamic modality for improving balance, coordination, and strength. The cycles can build endurance, self confidence and provide another form of self mobility aside from the assistive device that the rider may routinely use (ie. wheelchair, crutches, walker). The multiple adjustments and accessories that this unique cycle offers makes it a valuable addition to the medical therapy units repertoire of therapeutic devices used to further develop the functional skills of the people they serve.
For parents and families the use of the AmTryke fulfills the need of every child to have a bike. Everyone deserves a chance to ride just like their siblings and friends. AmTrykes offer a safe, stable platform and are designed to look like bikes, not medical equipment.