AdaptiveBike joins exhibitors at Southern Oregon Custom Bicycle Show.
AdaptiveBike will be exhibiting its adaptive/assistive ergonomically designed component system for bicycle riders with hand limitations. The SOCBS is free the the public. The SOCBS will be on September 13, from 9am until 4pm in Ashland, Oregon at the United Bicycle Insitute.
PR9.NET September 08, 2008 - Poulsbo, WA - AdaptiveBike will be joining the exhibitors at the Southern Oregon Custom Bicycle Show on September 13, 2008 in Ashland, Oregon. This show is free to the public and runs from 9am until 4pm. The show is at the United Bicycle Institute at 401 Williamson Way, Ashland, Oregon.
AdaptiveBike has developed the most ergonomically designed braking and shifting system for assistive and adaptive bicycle components currently available as a modification to an existing bicycle. With over three years development time, users have found their hand pain and discomfort has been greatly reduced while they have been encouraged to ride their bicycles more. This has contributed to an improvement in their physical health.
While AdaptiveBike has been specifically designed for the 28 million Americans who suffer from either osteoarthritis of the thumb or carpal tunnel syndrome, individuals with digit loss and weak hands may also enjoy benefits from its use.
AdaptiveBike ergonomic components system will attach to most bicycles and is easy to learn to use. You may inquire for more information at their web page at www.adaptivebike.com or thru your local independent bicycle dealer.
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AdaptiveBike will be joining the exhibitors at Southern Oregon Custom Bicycle Show, on September 13, 2008 from 9am until 4 pm at United Bicycle School at 401 Williamson Way, Ashland, Oregon. The show is free to the public.
AdaptiveBike is an ergonomically designed bicycle component system for people with hand limitations such as osteoarthritis of the hand and carpal tunnel syndrome. These diseases affect nearly 28 million Americans of all ages.
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