Those who have medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injuries are often not able to ride a traditional bike, so the 'CERO' trike bike is intended as a low-impact alternative.
Ideal for rehabilitation purposes, the 'CERO' trike pushes riders to bend and straighten their legs 500 times for every 20-minutes of riding. This can be done passively or actively, depending on the individual needs of different riders.
The 'CERO' can be completely customized from the seat down to the pedals in order to create a bike that is suitable for those with a wide array of different abilities.
The 'CERO' trike bike is the design work of Tamás Túri and can be used with just the pedals, power-assisted or completely electric power-assist.
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The 'CERO' Trike Bike is for Riders with Physical Impairments
- By: Michael HemsworthNov 18, 2016