About Ryan Flyer
The world's first and only electric powered wheelchair accessible quadricycle. With it's patented tilting ramp, you can just roll up, lock in and GO!
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Ryan Flyer, LLC is located in Wichita, KS. Our patent pending electric-powered quadricycle is designed to enable wheelchair bound individuals the freedom to enjoy the bicycling experience without the need to transfer from their wheelchairs.  Each unit is hand-built in Wichita to insure top quality and safety.

Dale and Kara Ryan came up with the idea of a wheelchair accessible quadricycle while Dale was recovering from a heart attack.

They wanted a quadricycle to get around in but there wasn’t one that was wheelchair accessible. There wasn’t even one that would allow a wheelchair to be taken along.

If They couldn’t buy one then they would build one, or maybe one thousand.

Ron Ryan, the retired owner and president of Ryan International Airlines is backing the patenting and building of the prototypes and production models.

Aside from being Dale’s Father and mentor, Mr. Ryan is active in Wichita’s Midian Shrine, Kansas Food Bank Warehouse, Boy Scouts of America, Friends of McConnell Air Force Base, the Downtown Rotary, Commemorative Air Force, Junior Achievement of Wichita and several other organizations.

Without his guidance, ideas, belief in the project, as well as his generous funding, there would not be a Ryan Flyer today. We love this guy!


Ike Reynolds, owner of Reynolds Welding & Manufacturing and all around great guy, came on board shortly after seeing the first prototype.

His experience is matched only by his passion to see the quadricycle in full production. Thankfully, he didn’t strangle Dale during the numerous prototype changes.

The Ryan Flyer Wheelchair Accessible Quadricycle is currently being built in The Air Capital of The World, Wichita Kansas.