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Freeliner in Egypt

On three wheels to Egypt

A travelogue by Lars Lippenmeier

A trip to Egypt - with disability, but full of power. The Freeliner is to help me on routes, which I cannot walk because of my walking disability. At first glance the three-wheeled scooter looks fragile, will it bear this endurance test? Transportation with a car is no problem, depending on the size of the trunk the Freeliner can be loaded in full size or be folded down to the size of a beer crate.

At the airport I had to convince people, because the Freeliner should be carried free of charge as it is vehicle for disabled people. Also an escort service should have been assisting me at the airport. The airlines Germania and SunExpresss were not informed, in the end things worked out fine and I checked in. Only after the batteries were stowed in my luggage the freeliner was excepted at the check in counter.

The young tour operator of the travel agency Schauinsland was slightly overstrained but always managed to take the Freeliner along wherever we went. So I took the freeliner to the beach, to the bar for my evening drink and to the wellness area next door. From reception I went through the changing room, past astonished guests who were relaxing at the pool, directly to the therapy room and there on the massage bench.

At Luxor, the former capital of Egypt, we visited two temples, which were built by Pharaohs 3000 years ago. Over bumpy ground, past huge pillars and monuments, the way leads from one atrium to another. Many steps and bumps had to be mastered. For larger humps the front wheel of the scooter had to be lifted by hand and so finally all hindrances were successfully handled.


Freeliner in Egypt

At the Valley of the Kings, at a large gravesite I drove down a long dark ramp right into the grave-chamber of an Egyptian Pharaoh. Good thing the Freeliner has good head lights. Going down that steep descent, I was worried about my way back. A moment later, I realized all was completely groundless. In a moment I accelerate and the Freeliner spurts up the ramp towards the exit, the horn rings out loud and is echoing in the room. In front of me a group of tourists suddenly splits and the sun casts its pale light on my Freeliner.

"The Freeliner impresses with modern design. Construction and finish is robust, so after two flights the Freeliner shows only a few traces of being used. Under difficult conditions, such as uneven ground the Freeliner performs excellent. His power and maneuverability are making great fun.

Thanks to its low weight and the folding mechanisms it is a suitable travel companion, especially for handicapped people who want to be mobile on route, now they can cover long distances. A little strength in the upper part of the body and a sense of balance is necessary, however to hold the vehicle steady and if necessary hoist it.

Conclusion - the Freeliner is fit to travel?

The Freeliner impresses with modern design. Construction and finish is robust, so after two flights the Freeliner shows only a few traces of being used. Under difficult conditions, such as uneven ground the Freeliner performs excellent. His power and maneuverability are making great fun. 

Thanks to its low weight and the folding mechanisms it is a suitable travel companion, especially for handicapped people who want to be mobile on route, now they can cover long distances. A little strength in the upper part of the body and a sense of balance is necessary, however to hold the vehicle steady and if necessary hoist it.


Noble metal for the Freeliner

For my horse and me the training and the competition in equestrian is always a big challenge. This is certainly known by every athlete. For people with disabilities, mobility is worth all efforts, in my case especially at a horse shows.

With the Freeliner I can cover long distances, even through sandy grounds. This allows me to be self-efficient regardless how big the show grounds are. A great feeling!

Using the Freeliner I spare my strength, and not been worn getting to my horse. Also, I'm finally on eye level with my counterparts. To me the Freeliner should be decorated with a medal. The vehicle would easily take me to the awarding.

Freeliner Riders

Freeliner Rider

Fact Sheet

Dr. Angelika Trabert, a top athlete aged 45 starts for Rheinland- Pfalz. Since 1991, she collected 21 medals at Para Olympics and European Championship and World Championships in Para-Equestrian.

However, the anaesthetist is not only involved in equestrian sport for people with disabilities, but also is press officer for the handicapped, being active internationally; furthermore she is helping the charity organization MANGO eV in the 3. World as an anaesthetist.

Her motto in live: It's Ability, not Disability that counts!



Freedom in nature and encounter at eye level

It's a great feeling; the Freeliner enables me again to be active outdoors in any kind of weather and in all seasons.

The Freeliner is nearly coping with any accenting slope and therefore I'm independent to go everywhere. Finally again I am on eyelevel with cyclists and pedestrians. The Freeliner is a real eye catcher; with him I am always very sporty and chic on Tour.

Fact Sheet

Esther Weber is the most successful German wheelchair fencer. She is German Champion, European Champion, World Champion and Paralympics champion. In addition, she was awarded various prices for fair play.

She was awarded with a special honour; the school for disabled in Emmedingen was named after her. Moreover the mother of two children is engaging her, in honorary, in equal rights for children with disabilities.

Her Motto in live: Do not think about what you can`t do, but do what you can.

Freeliner Fencer