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Adaptive AutoMobility Dealer for Conquest Motorcycle Driven from Wheelchair - Wheelchair News Colorado Springs

  • Synopsis: Published: 2010-03-24 (Revised/Updated 2010-05-19) - Adaptive AutoMobility of Colorado Springs granted authorization to sell The Conquest motorcycle you drive from a wheelchair - Mobility Conquest.

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Adaptive AutoMobility of Colorado Springs, Colorado, has been granted authorization to sell The Conquest, a motorcycle you can drive from a wheelchair.

This unique innovation offers disabled enthusiasts the opportunity to once again enjoy the freedom of the road.

The Conquest was developed for one reason, to grant greater freedom and independence to disabled drivers. This unique wheelchair motorcycle offers state-of-the-art design, and tremendous style. Of course, The Conquest is more than simply a beautiful vehicle, and offers significant benefits to handicapped drivers.

The Conquest features a BMW-derived 1170 CC engine, which is capable of providing a sustained top speed of more than 100 miles per hour. In addition, the trike is capable of 0 to 60 mile per hour times as low as 7.6 seconds. While these capabilities are certainly more than what would be required to maintain the legal speed limit, they are ideal for ensuring that drivers are able to handle any type of situation they might encounter on the road.

Yet another benefit of The Conquest is the fact that this wheelchair motorcycle does not force handicap drivers to hit the road alone. The trike offers more than enough room for a passenger to ride along. In addition, The Conquest features an advanced suspension design, created to mitigate handling degradation due to the increased weight when a passenger is added.

Adaptive AutoMobility of Colorado Springs was chosen as an authorized dealer based on their long-time commitment to providing their customers with high-quality mobility solutions. The dealership also offers mobility aids and flexible financing programs that can benefit any handicapped driver.

Mark Allen Roberts, president of Mobility Conquest went on to say: "We picked the best of the best dealers in the mobility industry to represent the Conquest wheelchair accessible motorcycle, and Adaptive AutoMobility is the dominant leader in the Colorado Springs market and we are honored to have their support."

You can see the Mobility Conquest in operation when you watch the video on YouTube.

To learn more about the Mobility Conquest and the dramatic freedom it can provide for you, visit Mobility Works of Albany at www.MobilityConquest.com.

For further information about the first production motorcycle, The Conquest, that can be driven from a wheelchair please contact Mark Allen Roberts at mroberts@mobilityconquest.com, or call Mark at 1-800 - 769- 8267.

Mobility Conquest is dedicated to providing handicapped persons who have a deep-seated love of the road with the ability to regain their beloved sport. With The Conquest, their innovative wheelchair motorcycle, Mobility Conquest has given drivers the chance to regain the freedom of the road once more.



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