Morocco Peace Wheels Project

After more than two years of extensive e orts, Whirlwind has managed to pull together the key partners for a major wheelchair project in Morocco. The project would support a social enterprise, called Peace Wheels that includes local wheelchair manufacture and assembly of imported RoughRiders® in conjunction with efforts to improve access to wheelchairs throughout…
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Congratulations to all the WINNERS of the RoughRider 2017 Best Video & Story Contest!

Read about the RoughRider rough-terrain Wheelchair that gets people off the pavement and out into the roads less traveled. Our riders write us from national parks, beaches and even the jungles of the Philippines! When our wheelchairs allow someone to gain a greater sense of independence and freedom, we know that we need to keep…
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Eric-Logan | All-Terrain RoughRider Wheelchair | Jungle-Philippines

Alejandro Menéndez Finds Independence and Freedom with his RoughRider Wheelchair

At Whirlwind we love hearing from people whose lives have been changed by the RoughRider wheelchairs we are able to provide for them. When our rugged-terrain wheelchairs allow someone to gain a greater sense of independence and freedom, we know that we need to keep working and pushing forward to help those in need. This…
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Alejandro Menendez

Thanks for Visiting us at the International Seating Symposium

  Whirlwind Product Development Director, Matt McCambridge and Executive Director, Marc Krizak this week at the International Seating Symposium. Great event – RSTCE!
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Executive Director Marc Krizack and Matt McCambridge at the International Seating Symposium

Demo RoughRider Available at Riekes Center

  Hey there Bay Area – Wondering if the RoughRider is right for you?  Now you can find out!  The Riekes Center in Palo Alto has a 17” demo RoughRider available to check-out, just ask to speak to Sharon.  Try it out and see if it’s right for you!
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Join Whirlwind Wheelchair in GivingTuesday

“Thank you to the donors. This wheelchair is much better than others.” – Endang Endang, a wife and mother of a four and half year old son and four month old daughter, was born with what is believed to be Spina Bifida, though never officially diagnosed.  A singer by trade, Endang, was a member of…
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