RAD-Innovations

mobility solutions – from concept to reality

Experiences

Hase Kettwiesel adaptive cycling for children

Emily’s First Bike- Hase Kettwiesel Trike

Emily's Hase Kettwiesel trike
Emily enjoys her maiden voyage aboard her new custom shoulder-steering Hase Kettwiesel trike in Oceanside, CA.

Emily Rowley got her first bike when she 12 years old. Born with congenital phocomelia and scoliosis, Emily doesn’t have any arms, but she has two very strong, healthy legs. She lives on the US Marine Corps base in Oceanside, CA, with her mother, sister and father—an active Marine—all cyclists. Read More…

Hase Bikes, Pino

Reclaiming Freedom- Hase Bikes Pino Tandem

Rachel and Ted on there Hase Bikes Pino Tandem
Rachel and Ted fall in love with the Hase Bikes Pino tandem along the Burlington waterfront of Lake Champlain.

Rachel McKnight and her husband Ted are avid cyclists, and often enjoy riding as a couple. When Rachel lost the use of her right side following a stroke in 2011, she thought her cycling days were over, and gone with them her cherished sense of freedom. She rediscovered it along the Lake Champlain waterfront in Burlington, VT, when she rented a Hase Bikes Pino. Read More…

Berkelbike

Making Moves with MS

Lisa's custom BerkelBike
Lisa rolls through the Garden of the Gods near Colorado Springs, CO, on her custom BerkelBike.

Lisa Kemppainen has been living with Multiple Sclerosis for nearly two decades, and for her the hardest part has been losing the ability to move, especially outdoors. A custom BerkelBike by RAD Innovations changed that, allowing her the freedom to experience the thrill of propelling her body through space that she thought might be gone forever. Read More…

Vivian on her Berkelbike

Riding to Recovery

Vivian's recumbent BerkelBike
Vivian, ready to roll on the recumbent BerkelBike in New York for the TD Five Boro Bike Tour.

Vivian Branschofsky didn’t let being diagnosed with Parkinson’s at age 47 slow her down. In fact, she found herself more active than ever, skiing, hiking, gardening—even playing volleyball. And several years later when she found out she needed a total knee replacement, she knew she had to work to actively recover and get back to doing what she loves. Read More…