The HexHog Offers Wheelchair Users Unprecedented Access Outdoors

By: Tana Makmanee - Aug 9, 2014
References: youtube & hexhog
While traditional wheelchairs offer sufficient mobility to those who aren't able to get around on foot, navigating through rough, outdoor terrains can be almost impossible, which is why the HexHog is here to make outdoor mobility more convenient.

Offering unprecedented access to outdoor terrains, the HexHog provides wheelchair users with a battery-powered machine that can easily drive through any off-road path. Created by Sion Pierce, the HexHog is a six-wheel all-wheel drive machine that also features a flexible chassis that allows it to smoothly drive over bumps and uneven grounds. Similar in design to an ATV, the HexHog is allowing wheelchair users to have just as much access to outdoor terrains as those on foot would have.

Perfect for adventure seekers, the HexHog is a great way for wheelchair users to gain access outdoors.