Two bikes for gaining strength and maintaining abilities for people in wheelchairs or confined to bed.


Increasing strength and mobility, increase blood circulation and decreasing risk of DVT.

Target group

Hospitals, individuals, rehabilitation centers and homes for the elderly.

Impact for citizen

An easy and safe way of exercising for people in wheelchairs and people in hospitals beds.

Impact for staff

Easy to use, no power required, large impact by improving quality of life and abilities for people with mobility impairment.

Economic impact 

If patients / inhabitants can do more by themselves, the need of care is reduced, and the better the mood is at the center.

Cost of product

From 1,300 € to 2,200 € ex. VAT.

Life expectancy of product

20.000 hours.

Other costs of acquisition and setup

No extra cost, except for freight.

Expected annual costs

No expected service costs.

Special requirements

Hospital bed / Chair / Wheelchair.

Is the product for personal use or can it be used by (how) many people?

For anyybody with height from 150 to 210 cms. 

From age 15 to 100+.

Is the product intended for training purposes?

Both cognitive and physical strength is stimulated.

How much time is needed for the user or staff to get to know how to use of the product?

Aproximately 10 seconds for staff, about 10 seconds for the users!

Has the product been presented before at other exhibitions or venues?

MEDICA at Düsseldorf in 2018, Health & Rehab in 2018 for the Bed Bike this is the first display as the solution is brand NEW!

Experiences from practice (examples)

  • Better than all other solutions on the market with and without assistive motor.
  • Looks good.
  • Really good pedals, facilitates exercising.
  • Easy to use.
  • Perfect for patients in dialysis.
  • Stable.
  • Easy to change resistance.
  • Good resistance and good feeling when pedalling.
  • Lightweight.
  • Obvious solution to the problem that elderly ages 10 years when in bed for 10 days - they can regain strength or maintain strength.

Cases stories (provide links or the like)

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