Coyote outrider

Started by flybynight, September 17, 2022, 09:00:53 AM

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flybynight

Ran across this on YT, Pretty darn cool, Design intent is for both disabled and able bodied


https://youtu.be/HfAMxgLxHMQ
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majorhavoc

That's a very well produced video!  I have a buddy who is a brain injury survivor. 12 hours following surgery to successfully treat a brain aneurysm, he had a massive stroke that killed off a third of his brain and left him mostly paralyzed on the left side of his body. He's still the smartest guy I know with an annoyingly encyclopedic knowledge of movies and television. (You want this guy on your team for trivia night at the local bar).

He has a recumbent tricycle (2 wheels for steering up front, 1 drive wheel in the rear). But he's limited in his ability to pedal it because even though both feet clip into the pedals, his left leg is basically along for the ride with each pedal stroke.

This Coyote could be a game changer for people in Ken's position. I'm scared to investigate how much it costs though.
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12_Gauge_Chimp

Quote from: majorhavoc on September 17, 2022, 10:08:59 AMThat's a very well produced video!  I have a buddy who is a brain injury survivor. 12 hours following surgery to successfully treat a brain aneurysm, he had a massive stroke that killed off a third of his brain and left him mostly paralyzed on the left side of his body. He's still the smartest guy I know with an annoyingly encyclopedic knowledge of movies and television. (You want this guy on your team for trivia night at the local bar).

He has a recumbent tricycle (2 wheels for steering up front, 1 drive wheel in the rear). But he's limited in his ability to pedal it because even though both feet clip into the pedals, his left leg is basically along for the ride with each pedal stroke.

This Coyote could be a game changer for people in Ken's position. I'm scared to investigate how much it costs though.

I took the initiative and did a quick search on the price for you, majorhavoc.

Base price is $13,985, but that particular model is being phased out by the company. The next option is the RWD independent suspension model with a base price of $14,985 and the AWD model starts at $15,985.

So they're basically used car priced. :gonk:

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