The Aluminum Bowling Ramp, Two Piece, is a bowling ramp designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, mobility, or balance disabilities. This ramp can be used while seated or standing. The ramp is placed at the front of a lane and lined up for a direct path to the pins. The bowler slightly pushes the ball to send it rolling down the alley. The unit is made of high-strength aluminum alloy with a clear anodized finish and includes a "U" frame and one-piece ramp track. The U-shaped rear fra
The Boccia Fusion is designed for users who use wheelchairs, walkers or who have mobility impairments to play the Boccia. The Boccia Fusion is a complete play kit that includes the Fusion ramp, head pointer, one full extension, one half extension, D-ring ball holder, and a carry case. The Fusion incorporates a new swivel mechanism allowing the ramp section to be rotated whilst the base remains stationary offering the player a more precise level of control. Other features include leveling feet wi
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Guide to position bowling ball on lane for persons unable to control ball in standard way. A bowling ball ramp is made from welding pipes is a ramp configuration. It is important to place the two parallel rods at the right distance apart or the ball will drag. Includes picture. SKILLS REQUIRED: Welding. AUTHOR: Dan Golden, CETA Welding instructor, Wisconsin Indianhead Technical Institute, 1019 South Knowles Ave., New Richmond, WI 54017, 715-246-6561. T
The Bowling Ball Ramp, model 7910, is designed for use by wheelchair users to direct bowling balls down the bowling alley. It is made of durable chrome plated steel. Rubber tips at support end and scuff guards at the opposite end to protect floor are included. The unit disassembles into three sections for transport and storage. DIMENSIONS: 26 x 62 x 25 inches. WEIGHT: 49 pounds.
DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual who uses a powered wheelchair and has limited movement to bowl. The ramp shown is made of strong light tubular steel. The height is set to just clear the wheelchair armrests and controls. The horizontal portion of the ramp at the top is very slightly past the horizontal so the ball stays there until gently pushed forward. To maximize speed, the upper portion of the ramp is straight and the lower half has a gentle curve to the horizontal.
The ChampRamp is a bowling ramp designed for use by individuals with balance, mobility, or lower extremity disabilities. It can be used while seated in a wheelchair or chair, or while standing. The unit allows hands-free placement of the ball at the top of the ramp, with smooth ball release and no ramp movement, shifting, or vibrations. There is a ball guide line on top of the ramp, with a front adjustable guide and operating instructions on the ramp and in the ramp handle. The main support is
The Freestanding Bowling Ramp, model W9972, is designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs, or who have balance or upper extremity disabilities. This ramp features steel pipe construction with a chip-resistant finish and no-slide rubber feet. The ramp is raised at the back to enable direct wheelchair access. The user sets the bowling ball on the top of the ramp and pushes it down the ramp, launching the ball down the alley. DIMENSIONS (WxLxH): 26 x 62 x 25 inches. COLOR: Bright chrome.
The Freestanding Chrome Bowling Ramp is a bowling ramp designed for use by individuals with mobility, upper extremity, or balance disabilities or spinal cord injury. Bowlers can sit or stand while using the ramp. This portable ramp is made of strong steel pipe and has four no-slide rubber feet. The unit disassembles for transportation or storage. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 25 x 62 x 26 inches. COLOR: Chip-resistant bright chrome finish.
The IKAN Bowler is a bowling ramp designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs. Mmade of aluminum with a baked-on powder coat finish, stainless steel and PVC plastic, the unit attaches to virtually any straight or sports-style foot rests, including center post wheelchairs. This system enables the bowler to control the speed, direction, and timing of the bowling ball's release. Wheelchair movement and the parabolic bowling arm generate the energy to propel the ball down the lane. Braking t
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a customized adaptation of a bowling ball ramp for a child with severe disabilities. This adaptation began with calculating how long and wide the ramp needed to be. The ramp needed to be narrow enough so the ball would not fall through but this can be adapted depending on the child’s size. The top portion sides are approximately 10 inches long, the cross pieces are 4 inches. The long portion consists of two 18 inch pieces with a straight co
The Poss-I-Bowl 2000 is a bowling ball pusher that individuals who are able to operate a single switch to participate in bowling. The Poss-I-Bowl 2000 can be attached to any tubular bowling ramp and it enables the bowler to release the ball down the alley with the touch of a switch. The device is completely portable and can fit into a large purse. POWER: 9-volt battery. OPTIONS: Instructor override switch and carrying bag. WEIGHT: 1.5 pounds.
The Aluminum Bowling Ramp, Two Piece, is a bowling ramp designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, mobility, or balance disabilities. This ramp can be used while seated or standing. The ramp is placed at the front of a lane and lined up for a direct path to the pins. The bowler simply gives the ball a slight push to send it rolling down the alley. The unit is made of steel with a clear, baked-on plastic finish and includes a "U" frame and one-piece ramp track. The U-shaped rear frame
The Two-Piece Steel Bowling Ramp (Item No. 2391802) has two parallel tubes that are positioned by the user to guide the bowling ball and provide it with momentum to reach the bowling pins. The ramp can be approached by a wheelchair user from the back or the side. The ramp disassembles into two parts for transport and storage.
The Two-Piece Bowling Ramp is designed for use by individuals with limited strength and mobility. Constructed of steel tubing with a baked-on plastic coating, this ramp consists of an inverted U-shaped rear frame attached to a sloping track. The rear section is detachable for storage and transport. This accessible device can be used from a wheelchair or from a standing position. To use the ramp, the ball is placed at the top of the ramp where it joins the rear frame and the player pushes the bal