Adaptive Tricycle

Exercise with all the fun of riding

Accessories

Use the slides below to learn more about the accessories of the Adaptive Tricycles.

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Trunk support system

  • The trunk support stabilizes a rider with poor trunk control. The back rest adjusts for height and seat depth, and laterals can be removed for transfer. A butterfly harness provides anterior support.

    One size only: 14" wide x 15½" high

  • The trunk support system shown on the Tricycle.

  • Upgrading your old Rifton Tricycle? If you are purchasing a trunk support system for your existing Rifton Tricycle, be sure to include a new-style backrest tube with handle in your order, as it will not retrofit onto the old-style backrest tubes.

    (Any Rifton Tricycle made within the last 17 years can be upgraded.)

Additional backrest

  • Additional backrest with security strap provides extra support.

  • The additional backrest pad shown on the Tricycle.

Headrests

  • Choose between winged, contoured or flat headrests. They adjust horizontally and vertically for optimal positioning and attach to the trunk support system, tool-free.

  • The contoured headrest shown on the Adaptive Tricycle.

Handbrake

  • The handbrake is standard on the large trike and an option for the medium trike. It attaches anywhere on the padded loop handlebar. It must be factory installed.

  • The handbrake attaches to the handlebar.

Communication tray

  • The communication tray is easy to clean and designed to hold many things, including a communication device.

    It comes in two sizes:
    Small tray (8½" x 12½") fits the small, medium and large trikes
    Large tray (11½" x 12½") fits the medium and large trikes

    Max. working load (lbs.) Small:10 Large: 15

  • The communication tray shown on the Adaptive Tricycle.

Abductor

  • The abductor provides comfortable abduction if needed. Just set it in place, tool-free. The two larger sizes are height adjustable with a snap button.

  • The abductor shown on the Adaptive Tricycle.

Front guide bar

  • The front guide bar attaches securely to the handlebar and lets a caregiver guide the tricycle from the front. It enables eye contact between the caregiver and rider. Ideal for beginners who can’t steer themselves.

  • The front guide bar shown on the Adaptive Tricycle.

Rear steering bar

  • The rear steering bar lets a caregiver guide the tricycle from behind, providing the rider with a feeling of greater independence. Ideal for beginners who can’t steer themselves.

  • The rear steering bar shown on the Adaptive Tricycle.

Front pulley

  • The front pulley maintains a level pedal position for riders whose extreme tone forces the front of the pedal downward.

  • The front pulley shown on the Adaptive Tricycle.

Stationary stand

  • The stationary stand converts any Rifton tricycle into a stationary trainer for pedaling practice or rainy-day activity.

    Raises rear axle: 6⅜", 7⅜" or 9"

  • The stationary stand shown on the Adaptive Tricycle.