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Second Chance – Wheelchair Accessible Sidecar – Rider

Amputee Motorcycle Sidecar

Second Chance – Wheelchair Accessible Sidecar – Rider

Brothers disability motorbike

Pepe was an avid motorcyclist and especially a tinker.

By an accident he lost both his legs in November 2006. On September 2, 2007, a number of friends united to build “something” for Pepe.

With the help of these and more friends, it was possible for Pepe to ride a motorcycle on his Segunda Oportunidad (second chance).

On July 5, 2009 almost 2 years later the Wheelchair Accessible Sidecar was delivered.

Amputee Motorcycle Sidecar

From Wheelchair Van to Freedom

How does he get on the bike?

Take a look at the build

In the following video, a fabricator is busy building the custom sidecar for Pepe. Attaching the sidecar to an Intruder 1400 was the birth of Pepe’s Segunda Oportunidad.

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6 thoughts on “Second Chance – Wheelchair Accessible Sidecar – Rider

  1. thank you ill keep looking trying to sell the corvette too

  2. ive been trying to get a wheelchair sidecar built for my 1999 harley davidson roadking police bike for my client she has muscular scierosis and loves bikes so i want to do this for her i have a 1984 chevy corvette i want to give to anyone that can help me out

    1. Hi Michael, I researched the value of a 1984 Chevy Corvette, and they appear to be worth between $20,000 – $40,000, obviously this depends on the condition of the vehicle.

      I would just like to let you know that you can purchase a wheelchair accessible sidecar for under $10,000 ready to go:

      Or even under $5,000 for this one:

      Just letting you know there are options that may provide a sidecar solution that allows you to keep your Corvette, however if there are any fabricators out there willing to manufacture a sidecar to Michael’s requirements, I encourage you to reply to Michael’s comment. This is a generous offer for a very worthy cause. Good luck Michael. Ride Safe.

    2. Hi Michael, I have forwarded your offer/request to the fabricator that did the work for my daughter:
      I will let you know if Brendon is interested in your offer/request. 🙂

      1. thanks so much i need to let the corvette go dont have the room for it my client comes first thank you mike

      2. Hi Mike, I heard back from the fabricator, Brendon said he can only do paid jobs. I wish you luck and success in your project. Cheers Dave

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