HexHog All-Terrain Off-Road Wheelchair

Aug 19, 2014

Category: Rides

It’s probably safe to say that the thrill seeker’s spirit has very little do with his body and everything to do with his brain. That’s why it’s so cool to see something like the HexHog, an all-terrain off-road wheelchair, designed for the man or woman who hasn’t lost an ounce of his or her spirit of adventure.

This battery-powered, joystick-controlled ATV features a patented flexing chassis that provides high-level stability, a 36-volt lithium ion battery with a range of up to 12 miles on a single charge, and the ability to move at 8.5 mph over any kind of terrain. The seat transfer system advances and lowers the driving seat to a position for independent transfer from a wheelchair, and the sealed 6×6 transmission and raised drive motors in conjunction with the flexing chassis let the HexHog even tread water, as well as traverse snow, sand, and mud. Ride on. [Purchase]

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Hexhog all terrain wheelchair

Hexhog all terrain wheelchair

Hexhog all terrain wheelchair

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