Man Designed An Off-Road “Wheelchair” For His GirlFriend

Zack Nelson spliced together two electric bikes with a seat in the center for his girlfriend Cambry who’s paralyzed. Fast forward a year, Cambry and Zack are married and they’re starting to mass-produce the vehicle they call ‘Not-a-Wheelchair’.

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‘Not-a-Wheelchair’ is fully electric and super quiet

The accessible bike can go 12mph

It has a range of 10-20 miles with one battery, and 25-35 miles with two batteries (depending on terrain, the weight of the rider, and weight of the cargo)

“Our whole goal is to provide something that is capable and affordable”

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It has a rear rack mounting system to hold wheelchairs, coolers, camping gear, or a picnic basket

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‘Not-a-Wheelchair’ was constructed using bike parts, so maintenance and repairs are really easy

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It has an aluminum frame, detachable bumper, and four-inch off-road bike tires

With the bumper off, ‘Not-a-Wheelchair’ is 5 feet long and 32 inches wide

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Which makes it fit in shortbed pickups with the tailgate up and also Jeeps and Subaru Outbacks

And can get through most doorways