Making the most of the great outdoors

There are so many benefits to getting outdoors, it would be a shame not to get out and enjoy the weather and your surrounds! In addition to the incredible and challenging Snowdon Push, we’ve compiled a list of activities you can do and places you can go to make the most of this beautiful world…. Read more »

Exploring New Zealand’s beauty with Nate

When Nate received his Frontier V6 All Terrain (AT) in November 2017, the first thing he did was go on a trip to explore Wanaka, on the South Island of New Zealand. Watch Nate’s video as he trials the Frontier V6 AT for the first time “My Frontier V6 AT reconnected me to experiences I… Read more »

Sam and Penny conquer the Snowdon Push

The Snowdon Push is a tough and exhilarating fundraising event that challenges teams of 10 to 16 people to conquer Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. Watch footage of Penny and her team conquering the challenging terrain in the Extreme X8. Wheelchair users Sam and Penny both accepted the Snowdon Push challenge… Read more »

Sam and Penny conquer the Snowdon Push

The Snowdon Push is a tough and exhilarating fundraising event that challenges teams of 10 to 16 people to conquer Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. Watch the video of Penny conquering the challenging terrain in her Extreme X8 at Snowdon Mountain. Wheelchair users Sam and Penny both accepted the Snowdon Push… Read more »

Tyre pressure the key to optimising Extreme X8 performance

The Extreme X8 has superior off-road capabilities, taking you just about anywhere, on any terrain. Using the right tyre pressure, particularly lower pressure in mud, sand and snow, is the key to getting where you need to go, and safely home again. We asked our Founder and Extreme X8 creator, Ash Daff, to talk us… Read more »

Creating art with Magic Mobility

Before LA based, Extreme X8 user Tommy became a quadriplegic, he had a very active lifestyle, adventuring outdoors, and aspirations to one day become an artist. When Tommy received his Magic Mobility powerchair, he was able to get back outdoors and be active with friends. He has also been able to incorporate his wheelchair into… Read more »

Top tips for going off road

Heading off road for the first time can be a challenge, so we’ve come up with some tips to get you started and keep you safe. This includes steps to prepare your chair, and tips for navigating steep, uneven, slippery or rocky terrain. Magic Mobility V6 All Terrain (AT) user Gary says it’s important to… Read more »

What’s New?

Due to popular demand, our in-house engineers have been busy developing some new power features that are designed to make your transition into and out of your powerchair easier. Recently we have introduced an anterior transfer tilt with tilt only power function. Prior to this, users could only access anterior transfer tilt in combination with… Read more »

Tackling new challenges with your team

Rob knows all about being part of a team. Before his accident in 2013, he was a keen rugby player and active outdoorsman. Since he became a tetraplegic, the team that surrounds Rob has broadened to include family, friends and carers. With the help of his support crew, and his Magic Mobility Extreme X8, Rob… Read more »

You Little Ripper – the next big thing in surf lifesaving

Little Ripper Surf Lifesaving in Port Macquarie, Australia, are trialing Magic Mobility Extreme X8 powerchairs so they can include those with limited mobility in their surf lifesaving program, as drone flyers. The recently launched drone academy is training drone flyers to locate swimmers in trouble. Some of their drones can even drop those in danger… Read more »

Adventure is necessary for wheelchair users

Getting outdoors is considered significantly important to our mental health and wellbeing, and for many of us in a wheelchair, it’s even more so. Angie Lupe lives in Troy, NY, is a veteran of the Iraq war and now restricted to her chair. But Angie is used to getting out and about, and being an… Read more »

Tackling the big problems and the small with your powerchair

Michael Trost lives on 6 acres of rural property, and until recently he was unable to even see all parts of it. As a disabled war veteran, he was restricted to a limited area of his own property because of the limitations of his wheelchair. Michael is not a man to be held back, and… Read more »

Getting outdoors is good for you

Getting outside matters! But it can feel overwhelming to embark upon an adventure, or trying a new sport, without skills, training and knowledge. We hear of many Magic Mobility powerchair users actively participating in all kinds of therapeutic recreation around the world. Our chairs provide no barrier to participation, access or performance. So, we’ve taken… Read more »

Meeting the Challenge in a Magic Mobility Wheelchair

Rob put himself and his wheelchair to the test Since his accident in 2013, Rob has had to come to terms with life as a tetraplegic. A former Rugby player and active outdoorsman, Rob is a driven young man with his life ahead of him. He lets nothing slow him down. That’s why the arrival… Read more »

Accessible adventures for wheelchair users – John Dillon Park

Global review of adventures for powerchair users Always wanted to see the wilds of the Adirondacks? The John Dillon Park makes the natural landscape of this beautiful countryside available to everyone. It’s especially accessible to people with disabilities and those in wheelchairs. Extreme X8 powerchair owner, Angie Lupe from Troy NY, USA counts it as… Read more »