We make your legs move!

The users of our bikes are people with limited or no function in their legs. In addition, we have plenty of customers who simply have problems keeping their balance or even have no impairment at all. Our products have become an integral part of their daily life. Many of them thought that they could never again cycle with their legs.

The BerkelBike is a combination of hand cycle and recumbent bike driven by the power of both arms and legs. If you have limited or no use of your legs, this propulsion system will enable you to support the movement of your legs with the strength of your arms and shoulders. We also offer a more conventional tricycle, the EasyLegs. Like the BerkelBike, it is characterised by its low weight, great stability, and the fact that it can be customised in length, width, seating height, and angle.

Our bikes are available as a complete tricycle that can be taken apart for ease of transportation or as a one-wheeled device that can be connected to your own wheelchair. Also, if you suffer from paralysis, they can be equipped with our Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) system, enabling you to include your paralysed legs in the movement.



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Oct,2016 at 10:26am
Today on BBC World News the BerkelBike in action! At 14:30 UK time the BBC TV program "Click" will broadcast a 30 min episode about the Cybathlon in Zurich. With a very nice piece item about the BerkelBike. The preparation, action and interviews with the UK pilot Johnny Beer Timms and inventor Rik Berkelmans. You can also watch the Australian team with a BerkelBike in action. Watch today!
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Sep,2016 at 2:00pm
Starting List of FES Bike Race is known. - Heat 1: BerkelBike Pro FES owner Vance Bergeron starts against a Japanese team (which uses only our tricycle) . - Heat 3: Team "Sydney Australia" (which uses a BerkelBike Pro FES) starts against team "FREEWheels" (which uses only our stimulator) from France. - Heat 5: Team "BerkelBike UK" (which uses a BerkelBike Pro FES) starts against a Brazilian team.
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Sep,2016 at 7:38pm
A disabled man from Aylesbury is travelling to Zurich next month to take part in the first ever ‘bionic Olympics’.
Johnny Beer, who is paralysed from the chest down, is taking part in the Cybathlon world championship for athletes with disabilities. Read more at: http://www.bucksherald.co.uk/news/disabled-man-from-aylesbury-competing-in-first-ever-bionic-olympics-1-7588199