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A NEW ONE WILL COST AROUND £4000
The sense of freedom and independence you get from being able to cycle almost anywhere is indescribable!
I won't write down all the specifications because I'm guessing that if you are looking at this, then you know all about them.
It has been set up for my old Quickie Argon Wheelchair, but it's adjustable so you can fit it to your wheelchair, but it is possible that you'll have to get it set up properly by an official Quickie dealer (I used RECARE in Oxford)
You will need to speak to a Quickie dealer to -
*Buy the docking pins
*Buy a battery and charger (final pic)
* I also recommend getting the extra weight for added traction (final pic)
The prices I've been quoted are -
£93 for the pins,
£700 for the battery,
£211 for the charger.
The buttons for the power assist have been repaired and still work fine, I guess they'll need replacing one day but I have cycled over 100 miles since the repair with no problems at all.
you will have to collect this from Dorset