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Sand Rider Beach Wheelchairs

Sandrider

(757) 847-9338

5209 Cleveland St, Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA 23462

Description

Tired of seeing friends and family left behind when the day’s activities ventured off the pavement, the team at Virginia Beach Products set out to design a new beach wheelchair to ensure that everyone can enjoy being out-of-doors for the day, swim at the beach or share off-road activities on gravel trails, grassy fields, swampy areas or snow.

Sand Rider beach wheelchairs have superior stability, a comfortable seating position and height, and are easy to push. You can transport Sand Rider in a small car trunk, store it in a closet or fly with it to your beach vacation.

Featuring an ergonomic push handle design and a convenient front pull point, you travel from your car to the water with ease. Sand Rider uses oversized Wheeleez™ wheels for superior sand and off road performance.

Sand Rider adjusts for different sized riders and offers several accessory options including movable arm rests, seatbelts, combination beverage/beach umbrella/fishing rod holders, parking brakes and rolling travel bags.

Whether you plan to use your Sand Rider at the beach or another off-road destination, you will enjoy its unparalleled performance and ease of use.

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