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    Big freedom trax promo through july

    A Bike-on Quad Elite EXCLUSIVE PROMO. Email me for pricing John@bike-on.com

    this picture pretty much sums up my day absolutely amazing

    I still can?t believe we live down here
    I have tried every Beach unit imaginable in my 32 years as a quad this is hands-down the very best super easy to transport goes through anything and very inexpensive considering everything it does #freedomtrax#tetraplegico#tetraplegia#quadriplegiclife#quadriplegia @ Sanibel Island Florida

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    John, are there videos showing transport, attachment and detachment?
    T3 complete since Sept 2015.

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      #3
      FITS in trunk of a car
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        #4
        Most of these videos show it in sand conditions a freewheel could get through. How does it handle deep fluffy Florida beach sand?

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          #5
          The difference in energy required, on behalf of the user, to move through the sand shown in this picture, puts this thing into a category drastically different than a Freewheel. I live on the Chesapeake Bay, use a Freewheel regularly, am a fit low para, and consider the Freewheel a crappy sand solution. Takes so much energy it's only really good for very short jaunts.
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            #6
            yah exactly. the freewheel and chair are terrible in sand, no go. this baby blasts through about anything.

            that video is in florida, the sand coming from the van was super thick and fluffy
            Originally posted by Oddity View Post
            The difference in energy required, on behalf of the user, to move through the sand shown in this picture, puts this thing into a category drastically different than a Freewheel. I live on the Chesapeake Bay, use a Freewheel regularly, am a fit low para, and consider the Freewheel a crappy sand solution. Takes so much energy it's only really good for very short jaunts.
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              #7
              Originally posted by Oddity View Post
              The difference in energy required, on behalf of the user, to move through the sand shown in this picture, puts this thing into a category drastically different than a Freewheel. I live on the Chesapeake Bay, use a Freewheel regularly, am a fit low para, and consider the Freewheel a crappy sand solution. Takes so much energy it's only really good for very short jaunts.
              I agree when using a freewheel in fluffy sand, not worth it. If its compact/wet its not too bad with 2.5" knobbies on the rear and letting some air out of the tires. The freedrom Trax seems like the ideal solution for thick fluffy sand, I just wanted to make sure it could do it.

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                #8
                What's the battery life?
                T3 complete since Sept 2015.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Mize View Post
                  What's the battery life?
                  5-7 miles
                  specs
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by fuentejps View Post
                    you need to get a golf cart down there too

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                      #11
                      John, how easily does the FT climb curbs?
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                        #12
                        Originally posted by stephen212 View Post
                        John, how easily does the FT climb curbs?
                        not really what it is designed for so no idear
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