"To disabled people willing to push their physical limits while developing their autonomous mobility in their daily and family activities, GBY brings with the GO-TRYKE®, an electrical three-wheeled bike with astonishing capacities, a solution for the mobility that simultaneously enables to have a physical activity while stimulating the injured functions."
The GBY team
Designed by and for disabled people
The GO-TRYKE® is designed by a partial quadriplegic for people with different degrees of disability.
Do you want the best? So do we!
For this reason, the
is designed and assembled in Switzerland, exclusively by GBY.
The GO-TRYKE® has been designed to generate a simultaneous and natural asynchronous movement of the arms and the legs, like on some re-education equipment. The time spent on the GO-TRYKE® is therefore twice as efficient!
Breathe fresh air, discover new landscapes or re-discover places that have become inaccessible to you, get out with your family or friends: so many enjoyable moments that we would like you to feel again thanks to the GO-TRYKE®.
As a sport
Are you willing to excel, to push your limits, to explore new ways?
The GO-TRYKE® will soon become your favorite partner!
Faster? Further? For a longer time? Higher? It is up to you to determine which limits the electric assistance will allow you to surpass.
Foldable frame for easy transportation
Thanks to its foldable frame,
the GO-TRYKE® can be easily transported in most common vehicles.
Different options will enable you to choose the GO-TRYKE® that will best suit you, or is best adaptable to the rhythm of your own progresses.
We build the GO-TRYKE® with standard components that can be replaced and fixed by any bike mechanic.
“The alternating movement of the Go-Tryke is an excellent cardiovascular and coordination exercise, which makes for great rides.”
— Prof. Jocelyne Bloch Neurosurgeon
THANK'S FOR YOUR TRUST IN US!
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“The GO-TRYKE® is really great, exceptional. I was on a cloud, I found during this trial an immense joy to be able to walk and unwind in the forest with my wife, something I hadn't done for at least 25 years.”
— Fabrice V.