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Special Needs Bicycles and Tricycles from Worksman Cycles

We believe everyone should enjoy the same opportunity to get out and ride! We are proud to offer safe, stable and stylish choices for riders of all levels of ability, providing riders a new form of mobility, exercise, and freedom to explore the community. As therapeutic tricycles, our diverse array of products help young riders improve their motor skills and endurance. In addition, riding is fun and offers the opportunity for inclusive play. For care givers, the use of a tricycle will provide the clinician an age-appropriate, safe, dynamic modality for improving balance, coordination, and strength. Trikes help to build self-confidence and allow riders a feeling of self-mobility often not gained from the regularly used assistive device. The multiple adjustments and accessories that these cycles offer makes them valuable additions to the medical therapy selection of therapeutic devices used to further develop the functional skills of the people they serve.

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Worksman Cycles also offers our friends with special needs, and their families, one other great benefit: the gift of affordability. Unlike manufacturers who only make cycles for riders with special needs, Worksman refuses to charge outrageous prices simply because the cycles are �specialty� products. Worksman is America's largest and most respected Adult Tricycle manufacturer and many of our standard models are ideal for riders with special needs. For those with additional requirements, we offer many different versions and options. Our new line of tricycles for children with special needs adheres to the same philosophy of building great tricycles at fair prices Worksman Cycles are proudly built in the USA using imported and domestic components in our new South Carolina factory..

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How to Create a Letter of Medical Necessity for Worksman and Micah Adaptive Tricycles

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    Handy Low Seat Hand Cycle

    Super light weight 7 speed hand propelled recumbent trike, ideal for riders with physical challenges

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    MICAH Special Needs Tricycle

    The Ultimate trike for children with special needs, and disabilities featuring rear care giver steering controls.

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    Platform Pedal with Heel Support - Dual Straps - Adjustable - PAIR

    Adaptive pedals with built in heel support and straps to secure ankle and the top of the foot. Fits cranks for 1/2" pedal axles. All Worksman Cycles except our WTX Tricycle use 1/2" pedals. All other cycles with ONE PIECE CRANKS also use 1/2" pedals. Ideal to support foot for riders needing such a configuration.

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    Worksman Developmental Youth Trike TR16-FW

    Compact Tricycle for children with balance issues or other physical challenges. Hand Brake, free wheeling pedaling (pedals turn freely in foot brake)

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    Worksman Family Dual Chariot MVFC-3CB

    This beautiful, durable Three-wheeler is ideal for parents to ride with their younger children behind them. Super Sturdy with Drum Brake and THREE SPEED Coaster Brake. FUN, FUN, FUN!!!!

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    Worksman Family Single Chariot MVPC-3CB

    This wonderful trike is ideal for parents to ride with a passenger behind behind them. Super Sturdy with Drum Brake and THREE SPEED Coaster Brake. FUN, FUN, FUN!!!!

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    Worksman Port-O-Trike PTCBJR

    Juvenile Version of the Classic Portotrike, for riders under 4'8", SINGLE SPEED Coaster brake and hand brakes, 20x1.75 wheels

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    Worksman Port-O-Trike PTCB LIGHTNING Electric

    It's Electric!!! Classic Electric Drive Version Compact Adult Folding Trike, with 20x1.75 wheels, Front Caliper Brake and SINGLE SPEED coaster brake. Pedal or Power. The choice is yours.

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    Worksman SIDE-BY-SIDE "Team Dual" Trike SBST-HB

    The Team Dual Trike is perfect all riders, from physically challenged/companion situations, to the stylish retirees and resort rental fleets. SINGLE SPEED with Coaster and Drum Brakes.

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Three wheels electric tricycle wheeler auto rickshaw with passenger carrier wheel tricycles

JIANGSU RUIPAIYING IMPORT AND EXPORT CO.,LT, founded in 2018 , is located in Wujin district Lijia Garbage Shangpuan Industrial
Park, the traffic is very convenient. Our company mainly produces all kinds of electric small tricycle, electric freight tricycle,
electric passenger tricycle, elderly leisure car, electric car, transformer, metal trunk, glass fiber reinforced plastic trunk,
frame, vehicle plastic parts and other products. Our company has a strong technical force, with rich professional knowledge and
practical experience of senior technical personnel more than 50, but also has a number of high-quality management personnel,
sophisticated equipment, advanced technology, strict quality management, testing means complete, after-sales service thoughtful,
24 - hour advisory telephone opening. Electric welding workshop with domestic advanced fully automatic molding machine, pickling,
electrophoresis paint and other advanced technology to ensure that our car frame will never rust. Assembly workshop adopts
assembly line production, high degree of mechanization, greatly shorten the assembly time. brand electric tricycle produced by our
company sells well all over the country, and sells well in Nepal, India, Bangladesh and the middle east and other regions and
countries. In addition, with the factory without sample technology and strength, electric tricycle sales ranked in the forefront
of the industry. My enterprise with first-class products, perfect after-sales service, we sincerely welcome dealers around, parts
wholesalers and electric car counterparts call to negotiate hanging. We are committed to providing customers with the highest
quality service, and hope to establish a long - term, stable and harmonious strategic partnership with our customers to create a
bright future for the electric tricycle industry!


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1. Q:Why choose us?

A: We are original manufacture with more than 40 years experience. Our company covers an area of 1.5 square kilometers, owns 10000 staff, 30% of who owns college degree or above. The annual output has over 200,0000 units.


2. Q: Where is your company located? How can I visit there? 
A: Our factory is located in Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province, China. Welcome to visit us. The

International airport is shanghai Hongqiao and domestic airport is Xuzhou Guanyin airport. It takes three hours to take high speed train from Shanghai(Beijing) to Xuzhou East Station.


3: What is your main product?

A: Electric tricycle and spare parts, battery, Electric bicycle, electric scooter, motor tricycle and auto car.


4. Q: What's the MOQ?
A: Our MOQ is 50pcs. Sample and LCL shipment accepted, cost higher.


5. Q: What is the payment terms?
A: T/T, L/C at sight.


6. Q: What's the delivery time?
A: It will take about 15-20 days to finish an order. But the exact time is according to actual situation.



7. Where is your sales market?

 A: We have exported to India, Bangladesh, Middle east, Eastern Europe, Souther America, Phillipines, Thiland and other 65 countries.


8: What is your shipping terms?



9. Q: What certificate do you have?
A: We have CCC,ISO14000, OHSA18001 SGS, ISO9001 etc. Also we can apply any certificate if you need if the qty is OK.

10. Q: Can I have my own customized product?
A: Yes. Your customized requirements for color, logo, design, package, carton mark, your language manual etc. are very welcome.

11. Q: How does your factory carry out quality control?
A: We attach great importance to quality control.Every part of our products has its own QC.

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Motorized tricycle (Philippines)

Motor tricycles for hire lined up outside public market in downtown Bantayan, Cebu

Motorized tricycles, or simply tricycles (Filipino: traysikel; Cebuano: traysikol), is a type of motorized vehicle from the Philippines consisting of a motorcycle attached to a passenger cab. Along with the jeepney, it is one of the most common means of public or private transportation in the Philippines, especially in rural areas. These public utility vehicles either ply a set route or are for-hire, like taxis.[1]

Tricycles are built in a variety of styles, which differ from city to city, and are usually made locally by building a sidecar and affixing it to an imported motorcycle. Usually both the cycle and sidecar are covered, but not always by the same roof. Larger companies, such as Fitcor Marketing, also manufacture passenger tricycles.[2] They are built with more seats with the motor situated at the back, rather than below the driver as per a motorcycle.

Tricycles are often confused with the similar tuktuks and auto rickshaws of neighboring countries. But tricycles evolved independently from motorcycles with sidecars during World War 2, and are not derived from rickshaws. Tricycles also attach the passenger cab to the side of the motorcycle, in contrast to tuktuks where it is attached behind the motorcycle.[3] The motorela, a regional variant of the tricycle with a centered passenger cab enclosing the motorcycle, is the most visually similar to a tuktuk, but differs in that it has four wheels, not three. The passengers of a motorela also sit sideways, rather than face forward.


The exact date of the appearance of the tricycle in the Philippines is unknown, but it started appearing after World War 2, roughly at the same time as the appearance of the jeepney. It is most likely derived from the RikuoType 97 military motorcycle used by the Imperial Japanese Army in the Philippines starting at 1941. The motorcycle was essentially a licensed copy of a Harley-Davidson with a sidecar. However, there is also another hypothesis which places the origin of the tricycle to the similarly built "trisikad", a human-powered cycle rickshaw built in the same configuration as the tricycle. However, the provenance of the trisikad is also unknown. Prior to the tricycles and trisikad, the most common means of mass public transport in the Philippines is a carriage pulled by horses or carabaos known as the kalesa (calesa or carromata in Philippine Spanish).[4] The pulled rickshaw never gained acceptance in the Philippines. Americans tried to introduce it in the early 20th century, but it was strongly opposed by local Filipinos who viewed it as an undignified mode of transport that turned humans into "beasts".[5]

Passenger tricycles[edit]

Passenger tricycles can accommodate from four passengers up to as many as six or more, excluding the driver.[6] Goods can be placed on the roof. One or two passengers can sit behind the driver while several more can sit in the sidecar, depending upon the design. Additional passengers can sit on the roof or stand hanging onto the side or back of the sidecar. In rainy weather, a tricycle will be completely enclosed in heavy plastic covering.

Tricycles are often painted colorfully, like jeepneys.

Fares are less than taxi fares (if the city or municipality has taxis), yet more expensive than jeepney fares. Fares range from ₱10 to ₱250, depending on the locality and the distance to be ridden. Inside cities, tricycles often operate as shared taxis, where passenger fares are calculated per passenger and after the distance traveled. These fares are close to the fares of jeepneys. For longer journeys or in areas with heavy tourism, the driver will usually request that the passenger hire the whole tricycle and negotiate a "special fare", which will then be a private hire.[2]

Many tricycles, mostly in urban areas, are now being replaced with a local version of tuk-tuks[when?] which has superior engines and seating space. While technically not a tricycle as its private versions are not forbidden in national roads, they are treated as advanced versions of tricycles and deployed as such.

Another take of the upgrade to better tricycles is the one undertaken in Manila. It is fully electric and distributed by a local company with major Japanese partnership.[7][8]


A motorela (right) and a tricycle (left). Note the motorela's centered cab, the sideways passenger seating, and the four wheels.

The motorela, locally nicknamed as "the mini jeepney", is a variant of a motorized tricycle predominantly used in Northern Mindanao, particularly in Cagayan de Oro and Bukidnon province. It is a motorcycle with an enclosed cabin rigidly attached, and has four wheels – the two wheels of a motorcycle, and an additional wheel on each side. It has the capacity to carry more passengers than the traditional tricycle. The motorela was invented by Rafael D. Floirendo, a mechanic from Cagayan de Oro, in 1964.[9][10] Motorela comes from the words “motorized” and “caritela”.[11]

Cargo tricycles[edit]

Cargo tricycles are also used in the Philippines and elsewhere in Asia. The cargo tricycle either has a bed in the back or on the side as a sidecar.[12][full citation needed]

See also[edit]


  1. ^"Motorized Tricycles". Boracay Budget Travel Tips. Archived from the original on June 30, 2012. Retrieved April 27, 2013.; William C. Pollard, Jr., email to Lonely Planet, November 1, 2010, p. 2.
  2. ^ abBloom, Greg; Grosberg, Michael; Jealous, Virginia; Kelly, Piers (2009). Philippines. Lonely Planet. p. 450. ISBN .
  3. ^The Report: Philippines 2015. Oxford Business Group. 2015. p. 124. ISBN .
  4. ^"Filipino Icon: Tricycle and Pedicab". FFE Magazine. December 29, 2016. Retrieved March 25, 2020.
  5. ^Pante, Michael D. (2014). "Rickshaws and Filipinos: Transnational Meanings of Technology and Labor in American-Occupied Manila". International Review of Social History. 59 (S22): 133–159. doi:10.1017/S0020859014000315.
  6. ^"Tricycles in Sorsogon". July 11, 2011. Retrieved November 11, 2015.
  7. ^"E.R.A.P. Manila Electric Tricycle Project: Second Batch of Beneficiaries Ready". Manila Bulletin. September 29, 2017. Archived from the original on May 25, 2019. Retrieved September 1, 2021.
  8. ^"Tricycle Guide".
  9. ^"Tricycle, Motorela & Habal-Habal". Silent Garden. Retrieved November 11, 2015.
  10. ^"Cagayan de Oro Transportation". cdoguide. January 26, 2009. Retrieved November 11, 2015.
  11. ^"Raphael Floirendo – the Motorela Inventor". CDODev.Com. March 18, 2010. Retrieved November 11, 2015.
  12. ^ website.

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