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Click here for our MSNBC Elevator Pitch video (may take time to download)


Here's some more video clips of the "Quantum Runner " in action. Note that some of these are large and may take some time to download.


Cruzin' down the street {high res.} 474 KB
Hill Climbing {high res.} 666 KB
4-Wheelin' in the park {high res.} 1082 KB
On the path in the park {high res.} 1115 KB
Wheelie in the street {high res.} 1049 KB

Demo in garage {low res.} 200 KB
Wheelie in garage {low res.} 200 KB

                                    

The "Quantum Runner " alpha-prototype is a fully functional chair that has acted as the base for all future chairs.  It is built from lightweight aluminum and other composite components, and it's an awesome riding experience.

 

Another view of the 
"Quantum Runner".


 

 

 

 

 

Here's the chair's 
inventors, striking a pose.

 

 

 

 

Flying down the street in fourth gear.  The chest and back muscles provide the power for the "Quantum Runner".  Standard wheelchairs use primarily the arm muscles and lose momentum for each new stroke on the rim.  The "Quantum Runner" provides forward propulsion in both the push-and-pull stroke making it an ideal speed machine.    

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