The Mountain Trike Company's current all-terrain wheelchair range image
The Mountain Trike Company’s current all-terrain wheelchair range

On stand N8134 at Naidex 2019, the Mountain Trike Company will be revealing a new addition to its Mountain Trike range.

After being in the design process for 18 months, the company’s new product is now ready to be showcased at the exhibition. Alongside its new product launch, the Mountain Trike Company will also exhibit its full off-road wheelchair range at Naidex.

Discussing the new product launch, Tim Morgan, Managing Director of the Mountain Trike Company, said: “I am so excited to be revealing the new Mountain Trike model at Naidex – the exhibition is the perfect platform to use as a new product launch.”

Tim added that the prototype has been used by a customer over hundreds of miles, who has given the model glowing and invaluable feedback.

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“The new model will compliment our existing three models and enable more wheelchair users to enjoy the outdoors independently,” he continued.

“I’m delighted to finally be at the stage where the new product will be on display and ready to take orders at Naidex 2019. I’ve also been giving all our models a facelift, using new chassis parts and making the whole range modular and upgradeable.

“I’m really looking forward to Naidex and to what I hope will be exciting times for myself and the team at Mountain Trike as we keep moving forward.”

The Mountain Trike Company started in the mobility market with the Mountain Trike in 2011. Its all-terrain, off-road manual wheelchairs give wheelchair users the freedom and independence to explore the outdoors, with its products being able to travel over sand, mud snow, cobbles, kerbs and other tricky surfaces.

The Mountain Trike is the brainchild of entrepreneur and award-winning British design engineer Tim Morgan. Tim felt that standard wheelchairs are “almost impossible” to use on woodland and country paths, so he designed an all-terrain wheelchair that is capable of handling these terrains.

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