1 of 8 The Loadstar brings the experience of mountain bikes to wheelchair users. Bikeability say it will sell for £2000. It is powered by a 500w motor which gives an hour's use.
2 of 8 For those who prefer to travel by horse, this towable platform lift is designed to assist disabled people to mount more easily. The platform can lift a wheelchair user and two helpers.
3 of 8 Or if your pleasure is sailing the Martin 16 was designed in Canada and has a variety of accessibility features. It can be controlled by joystick and - for more severely disabled people - there is a suck and blow control.
4 of 8 Back to pedal power, Misson Cycles now have a powered version of their adult tricycle. It complies with US regulations and costs £600.
5 of 8 RSE Developments were showing a number of new products - some still at the design stage. They hope soon to launch their voice activated ignition for hands-free starting.
6 of 8 Also at the prototype stage is RSE's petrol/electric scooter. On petrol power it has a range of up to 80 miles and will recharge the battery in the process.
7 of 8 The smooth ride guide to France has details of accessible accommodation, transport and leisure activities to help people with mobility impairments to plan their holiday.
8 of 8 OuadTech have a range of Canadian Bombardier quad bikes which can be adapted for disabled users. The vehicles are approved for road use and there are step-through and two-seater versions available.