Updated: Feb 22
Zoom Uphill Off-Road Vehicle
Zoom is an electric all-terrain vehicle for recreational use. It has a permanent symmetrical 4-wheel drive designed for use in rough terrain. The patented frame design ensures that all four wheels stay in contact with the ground regardless of the type of surface. This provides continuous 4-wheel drive performance under all conditions. As the Zoom chair is 100 Kg you can roll it around by hand and two men can lift it into a SUV, pick-up truck or small trailer but we recommend using the aluminium ramps we offer.
Zoom has a maximum speed of 12.6 mph, but can be geared down to 6.3 mph or 3 mph, and is suitable for use off-road, where one generally can walk without climbing. If local laws permit use on sidewalks, a “walking pace” of 3 mph should be maintained. Helmet on is recommended for safe use. Driving in sand, snow, mud, uphill or up sidewalks is a pure pleasure. You just need to keep clear from driving in salt water. You drive a Zoom sitting down, using arms and hands only which makes it a safe, but extraordinary driving experience.
Standard Key Features:
Permanent symmetrical 4-wheel drive
Fixed speed regulator (3 mph, 6.3 mph and 1.6 mph)
Mountain Trike - eTrike
The eTrike - an electric assist all terrain wheelchair. Perfect for those who would like some assistance to travel off road or active users who want to go further, faster or tackle more challenging terrain.
The eTrike compliments our existing range of Trikes, ideal for everyday outdoor use whether it be on muddy woodland trail, a trip to the shops, a walk in the park. It has the flexibility to be ridden in three different ways.
Manually by pushing the drive levers allowing the rider to have clean, dry hands whatever the weather.
Power assist by using the twist throttle or thumb throttle.
Hybrid by pushing drive levers and twisting throttle simultaneously
This revolutionary all terrain wheelchair allows you the ability to combine manual power with electric assist as and when you want. The distance range will depend on conditions, user weight, speed and terrain, but as a rough guide between 8 and 20 miles.
Throttle - Throttle grip or thumb lever adaptable for different users needs such as those with the use of one arm or who have less strength or limited wrist movement, Simple and easy to use.
Motor - 250W, 36V Hub Motor with 5 power settings offering a max speed of 8mph.
Battery - 12.8Ah, 36V lithium ion battery which includes main charger.
Display - LCD screen with speed, distance, average speed, max speed and power settings.
Direct steering - The unique direct drive steering means that you can steer and drive the Trike with only one hand! The steering gives excellent control for the smooth turns and an easy ride across slopes.
Air suspension - gives you smooth and comfortable ride when travelling over rough terrain, rocks, curbs and cobbles. Trike is highly stable.
Hydraulic disc brakes - gives you great control and braking in all weather, over rough terrain and steep hills. Adaptable and adjustable to suit you.
The new model that knows no obstacles for the Off-Road enthusiasts! The double battery (optional) and the entire Triride technology concentrated in one device, gives the range to satisfy your freedom and desire beyond all limits. 2000 watt power and the IBS Brake System allows the performance’s total control and full customization.
Patented model and registered trademark
Max Power 2000w
Electronics by Triride
ACC – Adaptive Cruise Control
IBS – Intelligent Braking System
Weight: 14,2 Kg
20” wheel with fat tyre
Double Lithium-Ion battery or single 48v
Powerful disc brake
Stainless steel frame
5 Speed levels
Choice of standard colour or customised colour
We can supply a range of solutions that can be used on many terrains to provide mobility solutions that are perfect for accessing the great outdoors.
So when your looking at going to the local woodlands, beaches, forest or muddy trails, mountains and use in snow please contact us for a free trial. Trials, assessments and demonstrations are available to end users and to anyone who wishes to look at accessibility at locations such as holiday parks, activity centres, accessible forests and trails or any all ability venue.