Freedom Concepts Adventurer Series AS 2000

Specifications

Inseam Measurement of inside leg, from crotch to the bottom of riders shoe
Maximum Load 225 lbs.
Bike Weight 65 lbs.
Wheel Size 20"
Frame Height (w/o seat) 29"
Total Length 62"
Width 34"

Freedom Concepts Adventurer Series AS 2000

The Adventurer is one of our larger models. If you're recovering from a stroke, or need some stability in your ride, the Adventurer's full 34" rear stance gives you all the support you need. The Adventurer 2000 offers the same list of features as the Discovery series, with an added dimension of comfort and support for the mature rider. Adventurer's walk-through design and step-on platform make loading as easy as sitting down in a comfortable chair. For stopping safety, the Adventure has two rear band brakes with controls that can be mounted on the handlebars. If the rider is unable to operate the hand lever, one can be mounted on the discreet assistance handle, or rear steer handle for a companion to operate. For more information on the rear steering system please see the technical specs section. This model is equipped with a direct drive gearing system so you can pedal backwards to build momentum to go forward, or with optional seven speeds to give the selection of easy or challenging pedaling.

Features

  • Stable three wheel design
  • Optional quick release wheels
  • Optional rear basket platform
  • Adjustable seat in low back (7.5") or high (18") back styles complete with safety belt(s)
  • Discreet assistance handle so the rider can learn to ride and stop with a little help
  • Rear brake with locking mechanism onto the handle bar for able rider
  • Powder baked paint ensures durability, years of good looks
  • Optional seven-speed gearing for easy or challenging pedaling selection
  • Velcro straps to keep feet on the pedals, and choice of optional supporting footplates
  • Independently adjustable handlebars & telescopic posts, that move out of the way for easy transfers
  • Optional Rear Steering system that allows the caregiver to steer, or brake from the rear of the mobility device
  • A unique crank & sprocket that can be adjusted in all directions to accommodate different hip to foot ratios

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