Put a quad bike, ATV, a mountain bike and a go-cart in a blender and the result would be the Boma 7. The chair was named after the 1980’s Raleigh Bomber bicycle and unlike some, this chair is a ‘No Compromise’ design that does not pretend to be a jack of all trades, it was designed specifically for serious off-road use and thats exactly where it excels – Using the Boma 7 chair is a very unique and exciting experience.
If you are a conventional wheelchair user you can access the Boma seat by sliding transfer; simply remove the handlebar release, bring your chair right next to the seat and slide across. It is often easier getting into a Boma than into a car! Hoisted transfers can also be made quickly and easily as no frame obstructions.
Once in the Boma you will feel very secure between the rear wheels, and the long low centre of gravity seating position is extremely comfortable. You will get a great feeling of being in the environment thanks to the open handlebars or joy stick setups. Riding in the local park, forest or on the beach, the feeling of freedom is truly exhilarating and we should also mention that NO chair attracts admiration and attention like the Boma!