Vehicle with good mobility in rough terrain, Zoomcamp

A battery-powered, four-wheel drive bike suitable for people with disabilities

With Zoomcamp in the woods (the person in the photo is not the user). Photo from www.zoomability.com
With Zoomcamp in the woods (the person in the photo is not the user). Photo from www.zoomability.com

Description
The vehicle is specifically designed to get around in hilly terrain. The zoom is designed so that all four wheels are on the ground, regardless of how uneven the ground is, for constant four-wheel-drive. The safest position for the user is cross-legged (see photo 4) with thighs held in place (see photo 5).
The vehicle is classified as a Class III bike and is therefore permitted to travel on bike paths, roads and even off-road. Max speed is 20 km/h.

For more information please see www.zoomability.com(last checked June 2017)

See also www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DD8gNhg9hM
www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkwy9N0fcuU
www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfbAuQ8ov9A

Made by
The Swedish electric vehicle development company Zoomability AB, www.zoomability.com (last checked June 2017)

Purchased from
The Swedish electric vehicle development company Zoomability AB, www.zoomability.com (last checked June 2017)

Paid for by
The vehicle can be borrowed from Zoomcamp

This tip is from 2012

With zoomcamp in terrain. Photo from www.zoomability.com
With zoomcamp in terrain. Photo from www.zoomability.com
Zoomcamp
Zoomcamp
User in Zoomcamp (crossed legged)
User in Zoomcamp (crossed legged)
User in Zoomcamp with thighs held in place
User in Zoomcamp with thighs held in place

Tipsare: Micke

M has a paraglegia, TH 5.