The Top End Force 2 is perfect for beginning handcycling or entry level competition.
The newest addition to Northeast Passage's handcyle fleet, the Lasher All Terrain Handcyle was built for use on and off the pavement.
From Top End: Stable and maneuverable, this kid-sized handcycle is safe for even the first-time handcyclist.
The Schwinn Voyageur has a lightweight frame, 21-speed drivetrain for hills, comfort seat and grips.
The Sierra has a lightweight aluminum frame that's easy to ride. It features a suspension fork and rear suspension seat post. There's a 24-speed drivetrain and durable wheels for conquering climbs - and all-weather disc brakes.
The Duet is a wheelchair tandem that allows the front rider to enjoy cycling safely, with the back rider doing the work of pedaling and steering. The Duet does come apart easily (quick-release) for easier transport.
The Pino allows the back rider to have control over the bike with great visibility, while allowing the front rider to pedal or not with the freewheel mechanism. Comfortable and easy to ride.