Rio Mobility Dragonfly Handcycle Instructional Video




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dorothy cook: THANK YOU!!! I was trying to decide between the hand-cycle or power hand-cycle. I am in my 50's and was considering the hand cycle to become part of my cardio workout, but unsure if I could handle grass areas. I also have a therapy dog (Husky), I know he and I can handle this.

Matt Nedela: I just got one of these through the VA. It helped so much to see your technique attaching it. Thanks!

SurviventheOnslaught: when you change the cranks to 170mm do you have to change the sprocket as well or just the arms

SurviventheOnslaught: has anybody heard if the electric-assist version is built well and worth 2500.00

SurviventheOnslaught: I read that you changed your cranks to apply more power. Are they standard bike cranks 170mm? Where can I get a set? I would appreciate if you would explain

Edward Barker: I am able to climb some pretty good hills on my Dragonfly. I gained more power by putting on the 170mm cranks vs the standard 140mm ones. I also adjust my wheelchair wheels so that I can get 20 pounds of weight on my Dragonfly wheel when I am leaning back, and 30 pounds of weight when I am leaning forward. Since I rarely go outside without my Dragonfly attached, the added weight on my casters works okay for me inside where everything is mostly flat.

keeprolling150: Many thanks indeed - you are one organised man. Do you have any inclines that you need to go up? I was just wondering about if the front wheel loses any traction. If you needed to replace your hand crank would you pick the same or maybe try another make? Thanks for taking the time to create the video.

Edward Barker: Thanks for your comment. I'm hoping more wheelers get to experience the ease of getting around with this kind of attachable cycle. Regarding more leverage, I was wondering if we could find another hub with lower gears, and then swap them with the existing set depending on type of riding we are planning. I like the top range and don't trust the stability of the cycle for any faster speeds. Thanks again.

Edward Barker: @337samuelg thanks....

Samuel Gold: great video
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dorothy cook: THANK YOU!!! I was trying to decide between the hand-cycle or power hand-cycle. I am in my 50's and was considering the hand cycle to become part of my cardio workout, but unsure if I could handle grass areas. I also have a therapy dog (Husky), I know he and I can handle this.
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Rio Mobility Dragonfly Handcycle instructional video