THE FUTURE OF BICYCLES
The main reason for our foundation is to enable individuals with mobility issues to ride sports vehicles for inside and outdoor activities.
Our technologies allow us to convert any circular motion object to up and down motion. Therefore, it will allow people who are missing limbs or who have mobility issues to ride again for the first time in their lives.
In 2011, we were awarded a plaque from the University of Wisconsin Platteville thanking us for helping them build a handicap accessible recumbent trike for a disabled boy named Gavin Ryan. Gavin was unable to ride a conventional bicycle because he suffered from a debilitating disease named arthrogryposis. His muscles did not allow him to go round and round. Our mechanism enabled Gavin to ride a trike for the first time in his life. We were also recognized by the New Jersey State Senate and Assembly.
The idea came to me while I was giving a demonstration of our sports vehicles for the disabled at the Henry J. Carter Institute in NY. While in the room of a paraplegic, I noticed a family member looking at his watch indicating his desire to leave the hospital. I realized then that they needed something fun to do outdoors together.
For the present moment, we are looking to place 4 products in public areas for public usage; a bike, a canoe, a paddleboat, and a three-wheeler
Initially, we would place 1-2 paddle boats, 1-2 bicycles, 1-2 three-wheelers, and 1-2 canoes in local parks and recreational areas across the nation.
It enables the quadriplegic and family to enjoy outdoor activities together instead of just being enclosed indoors.
I am estimating that we will need about 1 million dollars to get the vehicles in the recreational areas.
This money will be used to get the sports vehicles ready for recreational use, for research and development, for marketing, and all applicable administrative costs.
No, at the present time we do not plan to sell to individuals. This will come at a later time. Our main focus is on building products to publicly test in recreational areas. Once we get enough feedback from the recreational area, we plan on duplicating other areas.