The new Alinker is a non-motorized walking bike without pedals. Unlike a wheelchair or walker, the Alinker has handlebars and an adjustable seat, allowing the user to be at eye level with friends, family, and colleagues. This is intended to reduce feelings of isolation in people with mobility challenges.
More information is available at https://thealinker.com
The announcement is geared toward disabled adults with an active mindset who are looking to regain muscle strength, flexibility, mobility, and independence. The Alinker’s wide base and solid wheels make it suitable for many different terrains, including wheelchair-accessible hiking trails.
In addition to outdoor exercise, this walking bike can also be used in the workplace or for visiting indoor attractions that require extensive walking, such as galleries and museums. It is also foldable, allowing for easy transportation.
The Alinker is designed to be used by individuals with a wide range of challenges that affect mobility, including muscular and neurological illnesses like Parkinson’s and MS as well as conditions such as arthritis and stroke.
By using the Alinker to assist mobility, the user activates their brain through principles of neuroplasticity. Practicing physical activity helps to create neural pathways that connect to the body’s extremities and control their movement. As such, the Alinker is a suitable apparatus for individuals working to regain mobility after surgery or an injury.
The product is in line with the company’s commitment to helping those with injuries or disabilities regain their agency by providing them with a tool that they can use to take part in physical activities with less fatigue.
The Alinker was invented by Dutch designer, architect, and humanitarian, BE Alink, inspired by her elderly mother’s reluctance to use a walker or mobility scooter. The product has already established a strong reputation as a unique tool for people with limited mobility to stay active, as indicated by its numerous positive testimonials.
A satisfied customer said, “I used the Alinker today to take my dog to a nature preserve/off-leash park I haven’t been able to get to for over 2 years. Yesterday I took it to a Pride event in Eugene. I am thrilled to have it and I always get many questions about it.”
Interested parties can visit https://thealinker.com/pages/how-it-works for further details.
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