Wheelchair Rugby Paralympian
Wheelchair Rugby 5x Paralympian
Wheelchair Rugby Invictus
Wheelchair Rugby 7's England
RGK believes every person is unique and therefore, every wheelchair should be unique too. This is why every wheelchair RGK designs and builds is made to the individual measurements of the user. RGK respects individuality and believes in maximising everyone’s potential. An RGK made to measure wheelchair fits the user perfectly and supports every individual requirement.
BUILT WITH STRENGTH AND AGILITY IN MIND
The Predator has been designed and manufactured to fully respond to the aggressive and high-impact nature of Wheelchair rugby, yet retaining the agility and lightness on court.
We understand the sport of wheelchair rugby!
Designed with 5 times wheelchair rugby paralympian Alan Ash, the RGK Predator is an aggressive, solid rugby wheelchair, built with our unmistakeable made to measure process combining hand built craftsmanship along with the latest technology.
At the centre of the Predator rugby wheelchair design is the Y frame.
All Predators are heat treated as standard.
Heat Treatment is at the core of the Predator manufacture process... and we took it to the next level.
Heat treatment is a controlled process used to alter the microstructure of the frame to increase surface hardness, temperature resistance, ductility and strength.
Heat treated aluminium 7020 frame
Speed is a vital contributor to your game!
We incorporated the technology and know-how that we use in our Basketball wheelchairs into the Predator.
The result is a staggering improvement in agility and performance without compromising the strength.
The Predator Rugby Wheelchair comes equipped with Air Tech technology as standard.
WARRANTY AND REPAIRS
The Predator is engineered and tested to withstand all the hits and crashes rugby brings. So much so, we are offering a 1 year guaranteed warranty on the main frame.
We offer a wide range of spare parts to help you maintain your chair and get back on the court to play at your maximum potential.
Jamie was born with Cerebral Palsy due to being starved of oxygen. His love of sport however started from a young age mainly due to his love of football and Manchester United which lead him to look into other sports he could participate in. Jamie is now Captain and plays for the Leicester Tigers who recently just won the national division one title. Some of Jamie's greatest achievements include participating at 2016 Paralympic Games whilst winning 2 European Championships. He's also won division 2 and 1 with the Leicester Tigers collecting 9 best in class awards and 1 MVP award on the way and GB coaches Player of Year award 2016.
Alan was injured as a royal marine in 1990, previously an active individual and required an aggressive sport to compete in, and has done so since 1991. His current team being West Coats Crash from 2010. Alan has completed in 5 Paralympic games from Atlanta in 1996 to Rio in 2016.
He is the 4 times European gold medallist.
Ashley was in the Army for 10 years before he was discharged in January 2017. He is currently competing in wheelchair rugby as well as athletics and powerlifting and is heavily involved in the Invictus Games.
Representing England Sevens and Hereford Harriers Wheelchair Rugby League, Matt is an integral member of the most successful England Sevens squad to date, retaining a tight grip on World no. 1 status, and winning various test matches, UK and European championships.