bowling for high quadriplegics

The IKAN easily attaches onto most power wheelchairs.

Bill Miller attracts quite a bit of attention when he rolls into the local bowling alleys near his home in Leesburg, Florida. Onlookers barely notice the C1-2 quadriplegic’s bulky power chair or the repetitive drone of his ventilator because they are too busy watching his ball crash into the pins, propelling them into the pit.

With a personal record of 255 and an overall average north of 150, Miller bowls strikes and spares routinely thanks to the IKAN Bowler, a device he invented with a friend that allows high quadriplegics to bowl at a competitive level. This isn’t the simple chrome ramp that kids use