A Hawaiian man, whose love for motorcycles was temporarily halted after an accident in 1982 left him a quadriplegic and no longer able to ride his bikes.
In the years since, he’s remained a motorhead and continued to tinker and tweak various vehicles, including a scooter made from a mo-ped. But according to the Honolulu Advertiser, “All of his efforts â€” and his passion for the road â€” are now being channeled into his new business, Hawaiian Chariot Wheelchair Motorbikes LLC, which builds and sells customized three-wheeled vehicles â€” all street legal. Daniel Ward will unveil his first models from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at Rehabilitation Center of the Pacific.”
According to his website, if you travel to Hawaii and test drive a Hawaiian Chariot wheelchair motorcar and decide to purchase one, they will reimburse you fully for your airfare and hotel accommodations.
A PDF of his brochure is here.
Dealer inquiries are welcome. Contact Daniel at (808) 371-5741 or via email at [email protected].