University of Nottingham - Cheap wheels for disabled users

June 12, 2008

An "off-road" wheelchair to help disabled people cope with rough terrain in developing countries has been designed by students at the University of Nottingham. It is built from bicycle parts and designed to be both cheap and suited to the off-road conditions of Africa.

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