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By Connie Hansen  |  SKU: CH0010008-0-AG

PETRA RaceRunner Bike

The RaceRunner bike is perfect for recreational leisure as well as being a fun physical challenge. The bike is fun to take outdoors for activities such as basic mobility, family rides, sports or just for playing! The RaceRunner provides a challenge for the user that will stimulate their senses, and encourage them to develop their navigation and coordination skills.

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The PETRA RaceRunner is a great choice for those who have cerebral palsy or other disabilities that affect mobility and balance – e.g. muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease or amputations. You can use the PETRA Frame Runner in the outdoors on a stable surface, on the track field, in the street or on a stable path in the forest. It is designed for multiple activities including basic mobility, play, family rides, sport and physical fitness - plus it's just so much fun!   


  • Physical activity stimulates the senses and provides endorphins
  • Encourages stepping and weight bearing for those who may spend a large amount of time seated
  • Encourages better posture due to bone density and muscle bulk increases
  • Helps to develop general endurance abilities as well as control of trunk and limbs
  • Ideal for stable surfaces in the outdoors such as streets, paths, or a track field
  • Fun but challenging exercises such as the RaceRunner can have positive mental impacts on the user.
  • Even wheelchair users and severely physically restricted users can enjoy cardiovascular training.  As wheelchair users become runners – they literally conquer land transforming their perspective of life.
  • Suitable for users aged three and above
  • Warranty - 5 years on frame, 2 years spring cylinder, hubs & steering fittings, 2 months on tyres, handles, cables


Product Size Mini X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large
Saddle Height 38 - 53 cm 45–60 cm 50–66 cm 60–75 cm 75-85 cm 80-95 cm
Body Support 50–75 cm 56–82 cm 63–88 cm 75–102 cm 85–111 cm 95-125 cm
Handlebar 50–60 cm 60–70 cm 65-75 cm 70–85 cm  80–95 cm  100–120 cm
Front Wheels 17” 17” 20" 20" 20" 24"
Rear Wheels 20” 20" 700cc 700cc 700cc 700cc



Product Size Mini X Small Small Medium Large X-Large
User Height 110 cm 140 cm 140 cm 160 cm 185 cm 193 cm
User Weight Limit 30 kg 50 kg 50 kg 65 kg 85 kg 100 kg
Total Product Length 118 cm 128 cm 144 cm 156 cm 168 cm 184 cm
Total Product Width 71 cm 73 cm 75 cm 78 cm 82 cm 85 cm
Total Product Weight 10 kg 14 kg 14 kg 15 kg 17 kg 18 kg


Can you rent RaceRunner Bikes?

These can actually be rented through Disability Sports in Auckland - here is the link to their web page that outlines the details on this:




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Briar Day

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Jill was fantastic with my client and her mum. She gave us good information and suggestions for moving forwards.

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