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.
Stable, maneuverable, and easy to transfer into and out of, the Excelerator can go up to 15 mph. When engaged, the mountain drive creates a subset of climbing gears.
From Quickie: the Shark optimizes riding performance while reducing weight and providing increased adjustability. The back wheels quick-release for easier ttransportation and storage.
The Top End XLT Pro is our most popular bike. It is highly versatile and adjustable - great for long distance, diverse cycling. The back wheels quick-release for easier transportation and storage.
Stable, maneuverable, and easy to transfer into and out of, the Excelerator can go up to 15 mph.
From Top End: The Force G’s design offers an adjustable, trunk-powered, erect position for low paras, amputees, and competitors who can “gut” it out using abdominal, arm, shoulder and chest muscles.
From Quickie: Similar in design to its cousin the Quickie Shark, the Shark S is specifically designed for the serious competitive handcyclist.