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The Range

Freedom Wheels offers a range of bikes, giving everyone the opportunity to ride once again or for the first time.

Our Freedom Wheels bikes all include various features which are suitable for independent riders and riders who need more assistance. From a low step-through to free or fixed wheels, each bike is tailored to suit your or your client’s needs. Freedom Wheels also provides additional support for riders who can’t ride independently.

Frame Runner

Our newest addition - Our running frame, also known as a "Frame Runner", is an adaptive mobility device and a growing global sport!

Freedom Wheels Bikes

Our Freedom Wheels bikes include a range of attachments that have been designed to provide additional support for young riders. These bikes are available in 16", 20" and 24" bike frame sizes.

Rehatri Trike

The Rehatri trike is designed to assist a wide range of disabilities and restrictions in movement. This trike is available in 16" and 20" frame sizes.

Freedom Wheels Voyager

Our Freedom Wheels Voyager is suitable for teens and adults who are independent riders who have good safety awareness and can pedal without hip and trunk support.

Gomier Trike

The Gomier Trike features a lower step through, allowing easy transfer onto the trike for teens and adults. It is the perfect trike for extra stability and carrying extra items like bags, shopping or a walking frame.

Electric Assist

Our Electric Assist add-on makes cycling even easier and more accessible, turning your Gomier or Recumbent into an electric bike!

Recumbent Trike

Our Greenspeed Recumbent Trike is the perfect trike for a comfortable ride and lower transfers. Suitable for teens and adults, this trike will give balance and stability.

Bike Accessories

We have a range of accessories to suit any bike - both Freedom Wheels bikes and others.

TAD acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures and to elders past, present and emerging.