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Custom Spyder motorcycle

Postby scootntootn » 30 Oct 2014, 22:01

This guy built a custom three wheel Spyder motorcycle and added a lift for his E-Fix equipped wheelchair:
http://youtu.be/vh6CGPkU9bA
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Re: Custom Spyder motorcycle

Postby Pierrick » 02 Nov 2014, 17:21

Scootntootn, i think you want an Alber e-fix only to justify a future change of your car for a beautifull can am spyder !

;) P.
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Re: Custom Spyder motorcycle

Postby scootntootn » 02 Nov 2014, 19:11

I'm starting to think I don't want a wheelchair at all but a lightweight cheap scooter so I can load it in my car. I can ride a regular motorcycle. Loading a scooter on a motorcycle is interesting, but a sidecar would work too. Choosing a wheelchair is a bit more involved than just getting a scooter, plus if you're in a wheelchair, people tend to think your legs don't work at all. If I have a good day, I wouldn't use a chair at all, so I'd be likely to confuse people. Maybe I'll want a big ass scooter or power chair later. I can burn a few hundred quid on a cheap scooter for now. My family thinks I won't need a chair for long anyway. I hope they're right.
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Re: Custom Spyder motorcycle

Postby Pierrick » 02 Nov 2014, 20:15

'Would be likely to confuse people' ... it's what my daughter was thinking about and the disease has grown and grown ...

If you can stay sat down on a scooter, buy a USED one, if finaly it's not the good thing, buy a USED powerchair.

We bought 3 powerchairs for my daughter and we did not find the universal one !

but dont wait the last moment, my daughter also has thunk it will be possible to do like others but the disease became stronger, step after step ...

P.
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Re: Custom Spyder motorcycle

Postby scootntootn » 03 Nov 2014, 01:47

Since I now know what's the reason for my wooziness, and I don't have EDS, there's hope I'll get better. But I agree I should get a ride as soon as possible.
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Re: Custom Spyder motorcycle

Postby Pierrick » 03 Nov 2014, 08:24

EDS, EDS-HT, JHS, BJHS, SED, SHAB .... all these acronyms for the same disease ...

For other people you are someone always tired, always complaining, always wrong somewhere...
For disability people you seem to be lucky because your legs and arms look like ok.
But in fact you can't use them without suffering very much shortly after.


The name of the disease doesn't matter, the most important is to adapt your life to continue.

P.
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Re: Custom Spyder motorcycle

Postby scootntootn » 03 Nov 2014, 13:47

This is true for many other acronyms denoting fatigueing illnesses as well.
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