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Freedom Concepts Adventurer - AS2000 & AS2600


This item has an 4 week lead time until it ships to you.

Regular Price $4,995.00 $4,995.00
Sale Price $4,495.50
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30-Day Returns

As long as the equipment is returned in new, re-saleable condition, within 30 days of the Return Authorization we will refund your original purchase cost without any re-stock fee!

**For the health and welfare of others, we regret that we cannot allow toileting or bathing/shower product returns because of sanitary and personal hygiene reasons. Some manufacturers will not permit returns on certain products. Due to the custom, hand-made nature of Beds by George products, beds and accessories are not returnable. Please check with Customer Service if you have any questions.

There are certain things you must do in the event of a return.

1) Keep your original carton and packing materials for safe transport! Please carefully repack the items in their original packaging so they are secure and tight inside the box. Utilize any plastic bags that came with your order - they protect items from vibration during shipping. 

2) Contact us within 30 days of the receipt of the products. Email us or call us for return instructions and a Return Authorization number.

You must have a Return Authorization number to ensure that your return is processed.

Some important notes about returns:

    • You will be responsible for the return shipping cost. To protect yourself, use a delivery service that has a tracking # and insurance. A refund will not be given on merchandise that is lost by the carrier.

    • If you paid a shipping fee on your original order for expedited, international or other shipping it is Non-Refundable even upon return of your order.

  • Please note that returns may go back to a different location than they originated from. If you return an item to our warehouse in New York without a Return Authorization Number the cost we incur to ship the item to the manufacturer's warehouse on your behalf will be deducted from the amount of your credit, if any.

If the item cannot be made re-sellable you have the option of:

1. Paying to have the item delivered back to you.
2. Adjustment to credit for a 25% Disposal Fee. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to either email us at or call us at 1-800-371-2778 or 1-315-429-7112 to reach Customer Service. We are here to help!

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Product Description

The Adventurer Series carries the largest models of Freedom Concepts single rider adaptive tricycles. This series is appropriate for riders ages 14 and up who have mild to significant physical impairment. These bikes are as suitable for riders with simple balance problems as they are for riders who have more complex issues associated with diagnoses such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, Down syndrome, head injury, muscular dystrophy, autism, and dwarfism. Adaptive bikes are powerful therapy tools that can help improve a rider’s strength, endurance, and coordination. They are also an extremely effective tool for promoting inclusion. The basic features of the Adventurer Series Tricycles make it easier for teens and young adults with special needs to pedal and steer. There are Quick Release Mechanisms on all adjustable parts to swing away the bike’s components for transfers. With a special “step-through” design, getting onto this bike is as easy as sitting down in a comfortable chair. Quick Release Mechanisms also facilitate effortless adjustments needed for the growth of one rider or to fit multiple riders. As the customer, you will be given many choices to create a tricycle that offers just the right amount of support for the rider to experience the freedom of cycling and reap the many health benefits of improving/ maintaining range of motion, reinforcing reciprocal leg motion, addressing motor planning concerns, and improving overall mobility.

This page will help guide you through the process of ordering either the AS2000 (20) or AS2600 (26). The Critical Measurement for determining the size of the tricycle is the Inseam Measurement. The Inseam Measurement is the distance between the bottom of the rider’s heel to the top of the rider’s inner thigh. Make sure the rider’s inseam measurement matches the inseam range for the adaptive tricycle you are choosing.

The AS2000 Standard Frame is designed for riders with inseam measurement between 23in.- 34in. The bike’s 35in. extra-wide rear stance provides excellent stability. However, for those concerned with limited space, an AS 2000 Narrow (31in.) Frame is also available and is perfect for traveling through narrow doorways in schools and therapy centers. The AS 2000 Extended Frame lengthens the frame by 5in. and accommodates riders with hyperextension.

The AS2600 Standard Frame is the largest single-rider bike made by Freedom Concepts. It provides larger adults with the opportunity to stay active as they get older. It is designed for riders with inseam measurement of 25in.+. This frame in 35in. in width and DOES NOT have Narrow or Extended options available.

Seating System

In Required Step 1 you will select the components of the Seating System. The Standard Seating System is tilted back slightly (3 degrees) from fully upright creating an optimal angle for pedaling. In Required Step 1 you will choose between a Child Seat and an Adult Seat and either a High Back or a Low Back. Please refer to Photo Gallery under Main Product Image for pictures of seat choices, both style and size, including a measurement chart. All Seats come with an Adjustable Lap Belt with Side Release Buckle to secure the rider in place. All High Back Seats also come with an Adjustable Chest Strap with Side Release Buckle.

Seat Styles include:

  • Standard Child or Adult Seat which offers the fit and function required for most riders.
  • Pommel Seat has a 2in. raised pommel which helps to keep the rider further back on the seat (discourages sliding forward) while promoting leg abduction (moving legs away from midline). This seat promotes greater stability of the seated posture.
  • Narrow Seat has a slightly narrower nose of the seat to aid with leg clearance during pedaling.
  • Narrow Pommel Seat combines the features of the Pommel Seat and the Narrow Seat with a 2in. raised pommel and a slightly narrower nose of the seat.

If you have chosen a tricycle with a High Back, you will also be able to add a Headrest. Headrests are available in 2 styles: Adjustable and Adjustable with Occiput Support Cushion. The Adjustable Headrest extends the seat back height an additional 7in. and allows the entire upper body to be supported. It is easily removed. The Adjustable Headrest with an Occiput Support Cushion provides additional neck support for the rider. The cushion is attached with Velcro and can be removed or adjusted as required. If you choose one of the Adjustable Headrests you can also purchase an Adjustable Sunshade Canopy (Rain Cover) . The Sunshade Canopy requires the headrest for attachment.

Chain Guard (Required Step 3) offers a choice of Chain Guards. The Standard Chain Guard will match the color of the frame that has been chosen. The ABS Enclosed Chain Guard is black and is recommended for multi-user environments.

Steering and Brakes

Handlebars (Required Step 4) are attached to the U Bar. A Quick Release Lever allows the handlebars to be moved out of the way during transfers. The lever also allows the handlebars to be adjusted for different arm lengths. Choices of Handlebars include: Standard Hoop Handlebars which are adjustable across 3 planes of movement making it possible to accommodate any upper extremity positioning needs. The right and left sides of the hoop can be adjusted independently from one another. Other options include: Enclosed Hoop, High Rise, and Wide. Please refer to Photo Gallery under Main Product Image for pictures.

Rear Steer Handle can be added in Required Step 4 and allows the caregiver to help with forward movement and steering. A hand brake for caregiver use can be placed on the Rear Steer Handle.

The bike comes standard with 2 Hand Brakes. Hand brakes are placed/ positioned on the tricycle per customer preference. Placement of the second brake must differ from the first brake position. Options for placement include:

  • Left Handlebar *Not available for High Rise Handlebars.
  • Right Handlebar *Not available for High Rise Handlebars.
  • Rear Steering Handle *Must purchase Rear Steering Handle.
  • T-bar Standard handle directly behind seat. Please refer to Photo Gallery under Main Product Image for labeled picture.

Standard on all Freedom Concepts Bikes is a Manual Parking/ Transfer Brake located on the right rear wheel. This brake should always be engaged when transferring riders on and off the bike.

The Steering Mechanism is adjustable. It can be locked or unlocked depending on whether the rider is able to steer on their own. When the steering mechanism is locked, the rider cannot control the direction of the tricycle. The bike will only move forward. This is especially beneficial to new riders who may not be able to safely steer or cannot keep their hands on the handlebars.

Propulsion/ Pedal Power/ Gearing Options

  • Direct Drive- This Gear Option offers a direct correlation between the pedals moving and the tricycle moving. When the pedals move forward the bike moves forward. When the pedals are moved backwards the tricycle goes backwards. If the rider stops pedaling on their own and a caregiver is pushing the bike forward using the steering handle, the pedals will still go around. For brand new riders and for some riders who may have difficulty understanding cause and effect, this is the quickest way for a rider to understand “When I push down on the pedals, I move the bike.” This Gear Option will also allow the rider to pedal backwards first to set the most advantageous pedal position for initiating forward movement of the tricycle. When choosing Direct Drive, you will be asked to choose the Pedal Power: Extra Easy, Easy, Average, or Challenging.
  • Free Wheel- This is the Gearing Option that will allow the rider to coast. When the rider pushes down on the pedal, the bike will move forward. When they stop pedaling and have established enough forward momentum for the bike to continue to move forward, they will coast. If a caregiver pushes the bike forward using the steering handle and the rider is too tired to pedal, they can rest their legs while the bike moves forward. For riders who do not understand the correlation between the pedals moving forward and the bike moving forward, this will slow down their learning curve as they may think “Oh look, I’m not pedaling and I’m moving! This is better!” When choosing Free Wheel, you will be asked to choose the Pedal Power: Easy, Average, or Challenging.
  • On/Off Pin Reciprocator- Choosing this option will provide both Direct Drive and Free Wheel options. Pull out the on/off pin and the bike will be set