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Reports say that presently there are over 2.7 million wheelchair users in the United States. For them, being confined to a very limited amount of independent movement is a given. But things might change drastically with this new device invented by a determined husband, for his paralyzed wife.

For much of her adult life, Cambry was restricted to the pavement. She had to move around in a wheelchair as she is paralyzed. Therefore, to make it possible for her to get more experiences and travel to more places, Zack Nelson, her then-boyfriend, made a new device by fixing a seat in the middle of two electric bikes, and it worked. Cambry stated that due to this device, she could experience freedom like never before. Not only that, but she could also do things that previously seemed impossible, and travel miles without getting sore shoulders, which is remarkable.

Check Out Their Promotional Video For The Off-Roader Below

Not-a-Wheelchair Is Completely Electric And Very Quiet

Not A Wheelchair
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It Can Speed Up To 12mph

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This Unique Vehicle Has A Range Of 10-20 Miles With One Battery, And 25-35 Miles With Two Batteries (Depending On Terrain, The Weight Of The Rider And Weight Of The Cargo)

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A year later, the couple is now married. Cambry and Zack are currently starting to mass-produce this unique vehicle, which they call “Not a Wheelchair”. The couple had worked hard to build a reliable off-roader from the original design, throughout the past year.

“Our Whole Goal Is To Provide Something That Is Capable And Affordable”

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It Has A Rack Mounting System At The Back That Can Hold Things

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This Was Constructed With The Use Of Bike Parts, So Maintenance And Repairs Are Very Simple

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This Device Consists Of An Aluminum Frame, Detachable Bumper, And Four-Inch Off-Road Bike Tires

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The couple had specially looked into many practical issues faced by people when purchasing an adaptive off-roader, such as their expensive price and low speed. Therefore, they have done their best to create a quick and light vehicle with a very long range, and the final result was a massive success.

Including The Bumper-Off, This Is 5 Feet Long And 32 Inches Wide

Not A Wheelchair
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So, It Fits In Short-Bed Pickups With The Tailgate Up, Jeeps And Subaru Outbacks

Not A Wheelchair
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The Small Size Can Get Past Most of the doorways

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But Can Struggle With Loose Sand And Loose Snow

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The Recommended Weight Limit Is 225lb

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Price Of The Base Model With No Suspension And One Battery Is $3750

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Due to the exponential growth of the powered and mobility market across the globe, the demand for vehicles that can satisfy special needs are only increasing. Therefore, this wonderful innovation will definitely be a great strength to many people in the future.

Check Out Some Other Pics Of This Amazing Design

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Francesca M Romero
Francesca M Romero
2 months ago

i am a 9/11 survivor on oxygen 24/7 and although i have a scooter i wish that i had this so i couldd go to the beach again. i live in florida and miss going to the beach. THANK YOU FOR CARING.