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Funding Options for your Freedom Wheels

Posted on 2nd Feb 2023

Having a Freedom Wheels Bike can make a huge difference in the life of someone living with disability. But with any big purchase, it’s important to consider your funding options. That’s why we’ve put together a comprehensive guide to the three main funding options for your Freedom Wheels Bike.

Funding through NDIS

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides funding for a wide range of assistive technology and equipment for people living with disability. If you’re eligible for NDIS funding, you can use it to purchase a Freedom Wheels Bike. You’ll need to submit a quote from an NDIS registered provider, and the NDIS will provide you with a set amount of funding to purchase the bike.

Read more about NDIS Funding here


Self Funded If you’re able to pay for the bike out of pocket, self-funding is the simplest option. This means you’ll be responsible for the entire cost of the bike, and you’ll be able to take it home with you right away.

Third Party Funding

If you’re unable to get funding from the NDIS, or if your NDIS funding doesn’t cover the entire cost of the bike, you can explore third-party funding options. This includes grants and donations from organisations and foundations that support people living with disability. Our team is here to help you navigate these options and find the funding you need to purchase your Freedom Wheels Bike.

No matter which funding option you choose, we’re here to help you every step of the way. With our range of bikes and trikes, you’re sure to find the perfect Freedom Wheels Bike to suit your needs. Contact us today to learn more about our funding options and to start the journey towards increased mobility and freedom.

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