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Bringing outdoor mobility to the world, the Action Trackchair is changing thousands of lives for the better, for the injured or disabled person and their entire family & friends.

The Action Trackchair is life-changing equipment that helps the disabled back into the outdoors and enjoy hobbies of their choice once again. This may include hunting, camping, hiking or just enjoying various terrain that a traditional wheelchair does not allow without assistance.  Additional accessories are available including: a carrier for your receiver hitch for your vehicle to transport your chair, gun and bow rests, and holders for hunting and fishing. 

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Starr Adventures is a family owned and operated Action Trackchair dealership in Ellenville, NY. The Trager family has been providing a place for people to come together and enjoy the outdoors for almost 10 years through Northeast Off-Road Adventures. While hosting events and trainings, they became increasingly frustrated with the difficulty of ensuring accessibility for all members of their community. That is why they have teamed up with Action Trackchair to provide their amazing solution for outdoor mobility and independence to the lower New York metropolitan area.
TAKE A DEMO RIDE TODAY

Demo rides are available on-site at the

Northeast Off-Road Adventures (NORA) 75-acre mountain top training facility. You can schedule an on-site meeting with a sales consultant to learn more about Action Trackchair models and options.

OUR INVENTORY
 
TESTIMONIALS
“My wife is the same but her world has changed since she met you!! Now she is out and about and you can’t stop her from anything It’s amazing once she is in it she has her freedom back. Everyday she is on that thing from getting the kids off the bus to playing in the yard. It has changed the whole family’s life – it is such a blessing.”
Leonard McDermott
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