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    handcycle that attaches to the chair

    Looking for a handcycle that attches to the chair i think its called a Dragonfly. Looking for one.
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    No it's not a Shark, but is called a Dragonfly. The Quickie Shark is a recumbent handcycle that a person uses out of the wheelchair.

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    Dragonfly

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Madsen View Post
    No it's not a Shark, but is called a Dragonfly. The Quickie Shark is a recumbent handcycle that a person uses out of the wheelchair.

    Thats it I couldnt remeber, thanks
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    Some love the Dragonfly, others don't. It's a matter of your expectaions of what you want it to do.



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    Ha! We had one of these, only we outfitted the crankwheel with a small PMDC motor and a voltage regulator and were able to power several small appliances with it. ;-) We had a built-in cell phone and MP3 player charger that were powered by HPG.

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    I have a Quickie Cyclone for sale if you're interested. Let me know.

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