Fancy going off piste?

By admin | on January 29th, 2015

The wide Wheelblade contact surface distributes the wheelchair driver’s pressure evenly onto the ground and prevents the small front wheels from sinking into the snow. The blades run over the ground with very little pressure and have no problem smoothing out rough spots.

In order for the ski to move in the desired direction at all times, the binding was moved to the front part of the ski. No matter where you want to go – the ski knows its way.

Two tracking channels on the Wheelblade underside compress the snow, ensuring stability; this is to say that you move along as if on rails.In addition to this the Wheelblades are very handy due to their low weight:  A few seconds are enough to attach them to all commonly used wheels.

The adjustable clamp lock covers all wheel widths from 1.8 to 6 cm. As you can see, Wheelblades work real easy – simplicity combined with many advantages.

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