Check out photos of this special Kawasaki Teryx 2-seater that has been modified with hand controls. Read the full review in the 2011 Kawasaki Teryx Adaptive Review report.
- People with lower extremity disabilities or handicaps can operate a side-by-side with hand controls from The Mobility Specialists.
- The addition of the pipes required some fuel tuning so he also installed the Big Gun TFI Power Box ($269.99).
- The adaptive Teryx is perfect for hunters, explorers, nature lovers, farmers… anyone, really.
- Young installed a full-system Big Gun Evo Utility Series Exhaust ($789.99) which gives the Kawi an even better growl.
- The introduction of UTVs in recent years has brought more opportunities to get back on the throttle.
- The benefits are noticed greatly in rough situations where the driver’s feet get bounced around.
- AMA 4-stroke Motocross champion Mike Young co-opted with Vince Fabozzi at The Mobility Specialists to create a dirt-worthy setup.
- The Mobility Specialists hand controls use a left-side twist throttle.
- It’s been a challenge to make these controls have enough leverage to stop at speeds.
- The reality of living with a lower extremity disability or handicap is a complete change in lifestyle, particularly for motorcycle and other powersports enthusiasts.
- Call Vince Fabozzi directly at The Mobility Specialists to ask about your particular machine (1-877-777-5438).
- Mobility The Mobility Specialists hand control can be applied to any side-by-side, not just the Kawasaki.
- Over the course of a single day our tester became so comfortable that he started using the hand controls exclusively.
- The Mobility Specialists is located in Brea, California, and manufactures a whole catalog of handicap accessories.