Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Disabled Bikers and Motorbike Adaptions

Find motorbike sites and clubs for disabled bikers listed here along with information such as bike adaptions and access issues, wheelchair carriers and trikes as well as providers of motorbike adaptions for all disabilities including amputee bikers and much more for  current disabled bikers or those wishing to return to their love of motorcycling after an accident or injury.

Sites listed also contain examples, images and fitting details for many adaptions from automatic clutches, assisted stands, accessible gear shifters and much more.  The disabled biker sites listed are mainly UK based for your convenience but do contain world-wide accessible bikers resources if the content is relevant.  Please browse the sites listed below to find your area of interest or click the Submit Your Site link above to be included in this busy disabled bikers and motorcycling for the disabled section.  If you found these disabled biker resources useful please consider passing the page details on by clicking the “Send this page” link below.

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Readers stories of their fight to regain riding skills after an amputation. Site offers images, explains how the adaptions work and includes related disabled biker resources.

Tells the story of David Barr, amputee and his Harley Davidson Shovelhead. A true and dedicated disabled biker that was not going to let his disability get in the way of his love of motorcycles after losing his lower legs after standing on a landmine South Africa, in 1981. A real inspiration to all current and would be disabled bikers.

UK trike builders and converters assist disabled bikers to get back on the road after accident or injury. View their image gallery, details of custom builds and available kits.

Provides an overview of accessible biking for disabled people with featured trikes, build details and how to purchase.

Dedicated to providing motorcycle aids to help disabled people either take up or continue biking. Site offers details of adaptive gearshifts, clutches and much more. Located in Essex.

The International Brotherhood of Deaf Bikers was created by deaf couple Brian and Deborah Clooney for deaf bikers around the world. Includes membership details and contacts.

A voluntary organisation providing an annual outing for children with disabilities and special needs, transported in motorcycle combinations, 3-wheeled cars and trikes.

An independent club open to all abilities formed to promote the Kawasaki Vulcan. Includes details of events, a discussion forum and an online shop. Also highlights a number of regional clubs of interest.