Ingleborough Estate Nature trail in Clapham, considered as a gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park, is the latest public area to take order of Tramper scooters.
Beamer’s all-terrain solution will allow access to the foothills of Ingleborough for people who have difficulty taking on difficult ground.
The Tramper was funded by grants from the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority’s Sustainable Development Fund and a community project.
The all-terrain, four wheel Trampers are designed to specifically to take people across rough, uneven country tracks and fields. They are also able to safely take people through mud, streams, snow, and even sandy beaches.
This is aided by Beamer’s large back tyres and smooth articulation, meaning users filter out all the small bumps and the wheels stay on the ground for increased stability.
The road legal, 8mph Tramper has a max weight of 25 stone and a 30 mile range. It is Beamer’s oldest and most sought after all-terrain mobility scooter. It claims to be the first all-terrain mobility scooter on the market.
The Tramper features a unique chassis design that is on rubber suspension all round. It has light accurate steering with virtual centre point steering, eliminating bump steer and keeping the steering effort to a minimum.
It is designed to be very stable with a low centre of gravity and good articulation allowing users to take on slopes up to 25 degrees inclines, sideways, forward and aft.
All wheels are fitted with puncture sealant and all suspension systems are tailored to soften the ride.
The Tramper won the Queen’s Award for Engineering Excellence in 2009 and remains the only all-terrain mobility scooter to do so.