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  1. Great advice Dave. I am not a bike enthusiast but my father-in-law is so this will be very helpful to him. He has fixed up old bikes in the past.

    I can see depending on the state of the bike that this could be quite an expensive project. It’s a good idea to break it down into stages like you said, and get the funding for each of them.

    I didn’t realize that you could get a grant. That is interesting. I will have to check that out.

    Thanks again.

  2. Hi Owain, you are correct, breaking the project up into funding stages certainly has the advantage of getting started, rather than saying “I’ll begin when I have the money”.

    I am glad the article gave you some ideas. I’m sure your father-in-law has some beautiful bikes. He must be very talented. Have a great day. Dave

  3. I have never heard of a wheelchair accessible side car. I appreciate the thought you put into how to pay for this or finance it. I agree that one option most don’t give a lot of deep thought to, is a way to make extra income. Great idea. Thanks.

  4. Hi Rick, the reason you may not have heard of a wheelchair accessible sidecar is likely to be because they are extremely rare. The majority is motorcyclists in wheelchairs ride modified trikes. Modifying a motorcycle can be quite expensive and making extra income to finance the project will definitely speed the process up.
    You can view a number of wheelchair accessible sidecar examples here:
    https://abilitymotorcycles.com/wheelchair-accessible-projects-sidecars-trikes-and-more

    Thank you for your reply. Have a great day. Dave

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