Jeff Adams

Jeff AdamsJeff survived cancer as an infant, but the radiation therapy he received burned his spine, resulting in a spinal cord injury at age 9. Jeff spent most of his life on the international wheelchair racing circuit, winning thirteen Paralympic medals. Jeff brings the design experience gained while contributing to the fabrication of the racing wheelchairs he competed in, and an extensive global network of people involved in both the elite adaptive sports community and the wheelchair industry, cultivated during his racing career.

Christian Bagg

Christian BaggChristian grew up in Calgary, Canada, and competed at the semi-professional level in mountain biking and snowboarding. Injuring himself in a snowboarding competition, Christian turned his attention to adapted sport, using his training as a machinist to build and modify equipment. He has worked at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology as an instructor in the manufacturing and automation department and at the University of Calgary, managing complex projects for engineers developing adaptive equipment. Christian led a design team at Stryker Corporation, and holds numerous patents in the adaptive mobility field.

Rick Hayden

Rick HaydenRick was injured in a motorcycle accident resulting in a T8 spinal cord injury back in 1976. Taking this opportunity to go back to school He earned degrees in both Adaptive Physical Education and Business Administration. Rick has worked in the healthcare industry since 1987 and managed to establish an in-depth network within the rehab side of DME. He brings sales, marketing and management experience to the Company. Rick lives in Southern California with his wife and kids.