HIRO Buggy is a special adaptive device for disabled children. It is a unique 3-in-1 solution because you can easily change it into a specialized bicycle trailer or a stroller. Ideally suited to both everyday mobility, during morning jogging, or on long bicycle trips, taking care all the time of the right position and safety of your child. The stroller is designed for children up to 130 cm tall.
The stroller can be transformed into a bicycle trailer intended for one child. The weight of a child travelling in this special device converted into a bicycle trailer is limited to 22 kg.
The product meets the requirements of the European standard EN 15918:2011+A2:2017. Bicycles, Bicycle trailers, Safety requirements and test methods.
HIRO Buggy ™ features
- Depth-adjustable seat
- Independently adjustable hip and chest supports – the possibility of asymmetric settings
- Back support angle adjustment
- Adjustable angle of the seat (8O, 13O, 18O, 23O or 28O)
- Anatomical headrest
- 3-point belts
- Adjustable frame shock absorption
- Parking brake
- Stroller assembly kit for a bicycle
- Adjustable handle
- Reflective elements
- Pelvic stabilization belts
- Swivel front wheel
- Big pumped and removable rear wheels
- Full stabilization of the child
- Easy of use
- Light stroller weight
- Stable and safe construction
- Possibility of folding the stroller for transport
- Pumped rear wheels and rear shock absorbers ensure comfort during use.
For whom? HIRO Buggy ™
Special adaptive stroller HIRO Buggy is intended for children up to 130 cm tall. The maximum load of the stroller is 40 kg. Yogi can be used by children affected with paresis, tetraplegia or triplegia, diplegia or hemiplegia. Thanks to the possibility of setting different seat depths for the left and right legs, the trolley is perfect for patients with unequal length of legs.
The product is an excellent product for patients with the following diseases:
- Cerebral palsy;
- Muscular dystrophies;
- Various kinds of paralyses;
- Spina bifida;
- Conditions after a spine injury;
- Conditions after a craniocerebral trauma;
- Conditions after strokes;
- Posture defects, especially scoliosis;
- Problems with balancing the body and maintaining balance.