Mar 29, 2012

ARM DISABILITIES

The mechanics of adapting a bike to suit ‘one handed’ riding are fairly straightforward.

Mar 29, 2012

ADAPTIONS

In this section, we look at the main purpose of the NABD - Adaptions

Mar 24, 2012

Paul Tucker - Adaption Report

Having got the bike bug I was fortunate to buy a HondaCX500 with only 13,000 miles on the clock, that had stood in a garage for over twenty years. A brush with bone cancer in recent years cost me the left leg; so I needed a bike with an electric start.

Mar 24, 2012

Graham Picksley - Adaption Report

Thank you! Thank you very much for all your help, information, advice, and not least a grant for a K-Lever. Thanks also to the guys at Kliktronic for a great product and the advice and guidance to my questions.

Mar 24, 2012

Zoe Rudman - Adaption Report

My other half, Zoe suffers from advanced Multiple Sclerosis (MS). She is an ex-jenny WReN, and has had MS for 21 years.

Mar 24, 2012

John Lenton - Adaption Report

John is a left leg below knee amputee. He was granted £310.00 to fit a Kliktronic unit to his classic race replica motorcycle. We supplied the Kliktronic unit some time ago (hence the Kliktronic being at the old price of £310.00) but John’s recovery has delayed things somewhat.

Mar 24, 2012

Mick Hart - Adaption Report

I have been riding motorbikes for as long as I can remember but purchased my first bike, an O.E.C at the age of 17.

Mar 24, 2012

David Gray - Adaption Report

I’m 44yrs old and live in Perth Scotland. On the 17th December 2007 I had a motorbike accident, in which I lost my left leg below the knee. I also smashed up my right leg and left arm.

Mar 24, 2012

Paul Greenaway - Adaption Report

I had a bike accident in April 2004, ’sorry mate didn’t see you’ nuff said, followed by a car smash in Nov 2007, which damaged the same leg again