With rain delaying the start of Glastonbury Festival 2014 the idea of a wheelchair traipsing through the mud and the wet would seem almost impossible. Yet for those who do not want to miss out on this big and historic event but feel that they are restricted due to mobility issues then why not check out the All-Terrain Outdoor Self-Propelled Wheelchair. This wheelchair is the ultimate in outdoor exploration, equipped with mountain bike wheels, great for dealing with the muddy and wet weather, meaning you do not need to forego the experience of going to festivals like Glastonbury.
This year’s Glastonbury has a variety of acts performing, including Metallica, Artic Monkeys, Ed Sheeran and former frontman for Led Zeppelin Robert Plant, making it an amazing line-up. To ensure the event is even more special a number of painted life-size models of cows can be found all around the festival which have been wired with an EE connection creating Wi-Fi hotspots. This means that the internet can be used almost anywhere at Glastonbury allowing fans access to social media to share the experience with friends and family.
One of the biggest events to be held in the United Kingdom, Glastonbury was first started up in 1970 by Michael Eavis who hosts the event on his own land. Traditionally the majority of people who go to Glastonbury camp out in the nearby fields in tents and caravans. Over the years many big acts have headlined at Glastonbury including David Bowie, R.E.M and Coldplay, resulting in a great number of people being drawn to the event.
Due to the historic nature of Glastonbury we believe that everyone should have the chance to go to such a great event. That’s why we think that the All-Terrain Outdoor Self-Propelled Wheelchair would be a great options to tackle the obstacles that the terrain there poses. Through this you’ll be able to have a fun and exciting experience along with everyone else!