Adaptive Tricycles

A therapist and young boy using the Rifton adaptive tricycle to build motor skills

Everyone deserves the chance to ride, especially those challenged with disabilities

Riding is so much more than just recreational, an adaptive tricycle is often medically necessary for those who lack the ability to walk independently or are seated for prolonged hours in a wheelchair.

rifton adaptive tricycle playground

  • Builds lower extremity muscle tone
  • Reciprocal leg motion pattern
  • Develops sense of balance
  • Engages visual, spatial perception for navigating
  • Social interaction with peers and neighbors
  • Adjustments are tool free
  • Accessories like the trunk support system and front or rear steering bar adapt the tricycle to meet the client’s needs