The 'H.A.N.D.I.' is a wheelchair bike that features an alternative powertrain to allow those who are differently abled to maintain mobility. The 'H.A.N.D.I.' -- which stands for Humanitarian Action to Nourish Disabled Individuals -- has a tricycle design that allows riders to use their arms to crank the handles. This eliminates the requirement for leg power in order to drive the analog vehicle forward.
The 'H.A.N.D.I.' wheelchair bike has an adaptable cushioned seat and offers users protection from the sun and the elements thanks to a built-in canopy. Light storage space is incorporated into the 'H.A.N.D.I.' to ensure riders can always carry essential gear with them as they go.
The 'H.A.N.D.I.' is the design work of Hira Kabir, Muhammad Daniyal, Syed Ali Murtaza, Umber Yaseen and Zareen Yousufi.
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The 'H.A.N.D.I.' Wheelchair Bike Enhances Mobility Capabilities
- By: Michael HemsworthFeb 1, 2017