Wheelchair racing provides the opportunity to put some speed, excitement and competitive action into your life. Like running, it can take place on a track or as a road race and is open to athletes with any qualifying type of disability; spinal cord injuries, amputees, cerebral palsy, etc. Wheelchair racing has been a part of the Summer Paralympics since 1960 and has become on of the most prominent forms of Paralympic athletics. For more information about the sport of Wheelchair Racing, please visit Disabled Sports USA.
Wheelchair racing is the equivalent to any type of running event. These wheelchairs are great for cornering and providing maximum traction. They create a great combination of stiff aerodynamic frames to precision compensator systems to ensure top performance.