The Ripchair 3.0 represents the pinnacle extreme off-road tracked chairs. Developed with construction grade components and using state of the art tracked vehicle design, Ripchair 3.0 combines power, durability, and maneuverability into a sturdy and easy to control platform. The patented Ripchair 3.0 is the only non-transferable tracked chair on the market today allowing the owner the ability to use his/her own wheelchair during operation. One simply has to back in, lock in, and move out. Features include right or left handed electronic controls, lighting packages and add-ons for your recreational pleasure such as fishing pole holders and rifle rests. The Ripchair off-road tracked chair has become an icon for all those that want to experience true freedom once again.
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TESTIMONIAL~ My first major adventure with the Ripchair. A climb to the top of Bigrock, about 980 vertical of steep/rocky trail and mountain. ~mIKE cHASSE, JUNE 2018
"Awesome adventure to the top of Bigrock today…It's been over 12 years since I've explored my favorite place in the world, where my life as a ski bum/ski lift engineer/outdoor enthusiast all began. We started with an easy climb up the Bunny Hill where I can get my bearings and make sure everything felt safe and up to the task… Instantly I was crawling up the steepest pitches and side hills I could find. As we crossed over the Big Poma and headed down to the Milky Way, up the loose rocky road of the Family Trail I thought, "Wow, that's a lot steeper than I remembered!" I cranked the idle up and kept on ripping, across the tote road to the Upper Comet, in through the Snake and then the view at the very top. It's hard to explain the feeling of liberation, the feeling of freedom, and the feeling of YES LIFE when you're someplace that has provided so much meaning, so much foundation, and so much happiness that you've been missing for years."