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tRide

Simple & compact with special headrest - for optimal therapeutic adjustments

Whether from a therapeutic point of view or in terms of comfort and appearance – the separate headrest makes the tRide rehab stroller very special. It combines well-thought-out functionality and ease of use – this means simple, stress-free, therapeutic adjustments for everyone involved.

Headrest

Three-dimensionally adjustable for optimal fit and support.

Seat upholstery

Made of high quality fabric, durable, washable up to 40 ° C.

Seat depth & width

Adjustable without tools with 4 star grips underneath the seat - even while the child is sitting in the rehab stroller.

Colour choices

Features & Highlights
  • one-hand adjustment with two functions: Seat tilt + separation of the seat unit from the base chassis
  • easy adjustment of sitting or resting position for immediate relaxation
  • plenty of storage space under the seat - for groceries, diapers and more
  • Soft, breathable upholstery for all-around cozy feeling
  • Simple, stress-free, therapeutic adjustment of the optimal sitting position for all people involved
  • angle- and height-adjustable footrest, foldable for getting in and out of the car

Examples of functions

more freedom of movement

The short back and separate headrest provide more freedom of movement from the torso to the upper extremities.

Seating & resting position

Quick and easy optimal adjusted. tRide offers an immediate and uncomplicated relief of the child's spine.

functional footrest

Adapts to the needs of the child. Optimal for getting in and out, good for muscle tone and promotes back-friendly posture.

grwoing with the child

The sophisticated ergonomics grow with the user and thus always provide the perfect fit, even during a long supply period.

Videobeispiele

tRide - assembling and set up
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tRide - Review from Tadpole Adaptive
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Technical data

  • back height
  • lower leg length
  • seat depth
  • seat width
  • overall width
  • push bar height
  • shoulder height
Dimensions & Weights – Seat unit tRide, size 1 tRide, size 2
Seat depth 17 - 28 cm / 6.69 - 11.02“ 24 - 35 cm / 9.45 - 13.78“
Seat width 20 - 30 cm / 7.87 - 11.81“ 26 - 35 cm / 10.24 - 13.78“
Seat height * 26 - 42 cm / 10.24 - 16.54“ 32 - 52 cm / 12.6 - 20.47“
Lower leg length 17 - 30 cm / 6.69 - 11.81“ 25 - 36 cm / 9.84 - 14.17“
Hip angle 90° to 140° 90° to 140°
Knee angle 90° to 180° 90° to 180°
Foot angle 78° to 100° 78° to 100°
Height adjustment arm support 10 - 14 cm / 3.94 - 5.51" 12 - 18 cm / 4.72 - 7.09“
Size of arm support (w x h) 21 x 10 cm / 8.27 x 3.94“ 29 x 12 cm / 11.42 x 4.72“
Size of foot rest (w x d) 29 x 18 cm / 11.42 x 7.09“ 33 x 21 cm / 13 x 8.27“
Overall dimensions (l x w x h) 85 x 41 x 57 cm / 33.46 x 16.14 x 22.44“ 98 x 46 x 46 cm / 38.58 x 18.11 x 18.11“
Folded dimensions without footrest (l x w x h) 63 x 36 x 38 cm / 24.8 x 14.17 x 14.96“ 76 x 46 x 50 cm / 29.92 x 18.11 x 19.69“
Weight of the seat * 8 kg / 17.64 lbs 10, 8 kg / 23.81 lbs
Max. carrying capacity 35 kg / 77.16 lbs 40 kg / 88.18 lbs

* without headrest

Dimensions & Weights – tRide chassis tRide chassis, size 1 tRide chassis, size 2
Seat tilt-in-space -10° to +35° -10° to +35°
Seat height 46 cm / 18.11“ 47 cm / 18.50“
Push bar height 76 - 117 cm / 29.92 - 46.06“ 81 - 120 cm / 31.89 - 47.24“
Overall dimensions (l x w x h) 75 x 60 x 77 cm / 29.53 x 23.62 x 30.32“ 81 x 73 x 79 cm / 31.89 x 28.74 x 31.10“
Folded dimensions (l x w x h) 79 x 60 x 38 cm / 31.10 x 23.62 x 14.96“ 83 x 67 x 38 cm / 32.68 x 26.38 x 14.96“
Swivel wheels size (front) 7,5" 7,5"
Wheel size (back) 10" 10"
Weight (without seat unit) 8,2 kg / 18.08 lbs 9 kg / 19.84 lbs
Max. carrying capacity (incl. seat) 45 kg / 99.20 lbs 50 kg / 110.23 lbs
  • Abduction block, gray (Item code: size 1 - 9800066206000 | size 2 - 9800067206000).
  • Grip rail strong curved, gray (Item number: size 1 - 9800063721000)
  • Lateral trunk support with chest belt (Item code: size 1 & 2 - 9800066332000)
  • Thoraxpelotten starr, grau (Artikel-Nummer: Gr. 1 - 9800066346000 | Gr. 2 - 9800067346000)
  • Crotch strap ( fits for 2-point pelvic belt, 4-point pelvic belt and H-belt) (Item code: size 1 & 2 - 9800063411000)
  • Tip assist (Item code: size 1 & 2 - 9800067502000)
  • Q chassis (indoor use) (Item code: size 1 & 2 - 9800066665010)
  • Adapter for Q chassis ( necessary in combination with tRide seat unit) (Item code: size 1 - 9800062950000 | size 2 - 9800064950000)
  • Push bar, black ( only in combination with Q chassis) (Item code: size 1 & 2 - 9800066601000)

Standard features

tRide seat unit

physiological pivots for the hip and knee joint; headrest (neck support) incl. adapter; adjustable arm supports (height, width anddepth); breathable seat and back upholstery; fire retardant fabrics; tiltable footrest, height and angle adjustable; brackets for sun and rain cover;continuously adjustable back height, hip angle, seat depth and seat width; easily accessible adjustments using star nuts

Note: Other headrests from the rehab stroller accessories range are available. Please contact us.

tRide chassis

lightweight and stable aluminum chassis, foldable; tilt-in-space lever; adjustable seat tilt-in-space; height adjustable push bar; footbrake; no-flat EVA-wheels; swivel front wheels incl. swivel lock; removable basket

Our Rehab-Stroller & -Buggies

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    FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions about rehab stroller & buggies

    Why do I have to take the maximum allowable weight of the child into account?
    Please pay attention to the maximum allowable body weight (load capacity) when using a rehab stroller. You can find this information in the user manual or on the type label on the chassis of the rehab stroller. If the rehab stroller is overloaded, fasteners could break, possibly leading to the child falling out of the stroller. Moreover, the risk that the stroller could tip over increases. Keep in mind that the load capacity of the chassis includes the weight of not only your child, but also the contents of basket, the storage tray or bags.
    Does a rehab stroller increase a child’s mobility?
    Children for which a standard stroller is not suitable can still actively take part in day-to-day and family life in a rehab stroller. Rehab strollers provide your child with an optimal position in order to experience their surroundings better or to withdraw and rest when needed. In addition, short shopping trips and even long strolls can be accomplished together without problems.
    Is our rehab stroller safe?
    Safety must be demonstrated by the manufacturer using many tests. Only after it has passed these tests can a rehab product receive a CE label and – for example in Germany – be listed with an aid number in the lists of aids published by statutory health insurance providers. If the aid is to be made available worldwide, even more tests are required in many countries. The rehab stroller may be used only when these have been passed.
    Who can make modifications and custom-made products for the rehab stroller?
    Modifications can only be performed by trained personnel in appropriate institutions or, for example, by orthopedic technicians at a specialist dealer.
    How many years can a rehab stroller be used?
    Rehab strollers are suitable for re-use. This means that your health insurance company may provide you with a used rehab stroller. But rehab strollers are subject to extraordinary stresses. Correct use and regular maintenance extend the service life of your rehab stroller. Your local specialist rehab dealer can provide you with precise information on the degree of use of your rehab stroller.
    When does starting to use a rehab stroller make sense?
    This varies from child to child and can not be generalized. Basically, however, it can be said that switching to a rehab stroller is a good idea at the latest when the range of functions and/or the size of a standard stroller are no longer sufficient.
    Can we as parents adjust the rehab stroller ourselves if our child had a growth spurt?
    If you notice that your child has grown and is no longer sitting well in the rehab stroller, you can change the basic settings yourself. Here are a few general rules: The upper edge of the backrest should be at the same height as the crown of the child’s head; when the child is sitting, there should be a gap approximately two fingers wide between the front seat and the hollows of the knees. For more complex adjustments, your child’s therapist or your local specialist retailer will be happy to advise you.
    Can a rehab stroller be used as a precursor to a wheelchair for children?
    If the child will be able to move the wheelchair on their own later and if he or she has the necessary overview and awareness of risk to steer the wheelchair, a rehab stroller is suitable as a precursor. For intense hypotonia (“limp” child) or tetraspasticity, however, a wheelchair will often not be an option. One advantage of a rehab stroller over a wheelchair is that, if it has a screen or similar protection, it offers a retreat for children when environmental stimuli sometimes become too much. With a rehab stroller, children who can walk very short distances on their own are motivated to do so rather than to push themselves forward.
    The belts are getting too tight for my child. Do I need a larger rehab stroller?
    Many rehab strollers grow with your child; for example, the size of their seat, back and leg areas can be increased. Accessories are also available in different sizes without the need to buy a new rehab stroller. Once you have taken advantage of all these options, you should consider purchasing a larger rehab stroller. Your child’s therapist and your specialist dealer can help you decide on the right one.
    Why should I use swiveling front wheels with a steering lock?
    The swiveling front wheels of the rehab stroller make it very maneuverable so that it can be easily maneuvered even in a very small space. If the stroller is traveling over rough terrain, the front wheels are to be locked, which makes steering and pushing easier for the caregiver.
    Can I use the abduction block to prevent my child from sliding forward?
    The abduction block should not be used like a “brake chock”! It is attached at knee level, not at the level of the thigh. Firstly, it is painful, especially for little boys; secondly, spasticity can increase if the abduction block is incorrectly positioned. If the child often slips forward on the seat, a pelvis belt or a soft pelvic harness is used to keep the child in a good sitting position.
    I want my child to experience his or her surroundings even while lying down and not just stare at the clouds. How can I help the child?
    On the rehab stroller, set a combination of seat tilt and adjustment of the backrest to the rear. In this way, the child lies relatively flat and the head is supported; the child can still look to the sides.
    What should I pay attention to if the rehab stroller is to be used as a seat in a vehicle?
    Not every rehab stroller is suitable as a seat in a motor vehicle and is approved by the manufacturer. It is very important that you take this into account when selecting a rehab stroller. Frequently, rehab strollers are available in two versions: the “Crash” version with attachment points for attachment in a vehicle, and the standard version, which is not equipped or approved for vehicle use.
    Why can my full shopping bags be dangerous for my child in the rehab stroller?
    It frequently happens that full (shopping) bags are hung on the push bars of strollers. Unfortunately, the parents do not take into account that this increases the risk of tipping immensely. In particular, bags attached to the push bars hang significantly higher than the center of gravity of the stroller; moreover, they are hanging a great distance away from the center of gravity. For the safety of your child, you should therefore always store your shopping or similar items in the storage bags / baskets provided by the manufacturer; you absolutely must also take the maximum load capacity into account.