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Joining the Pride Owners Club is quick and easy! 

  • Connect with other Pride and Quantum product users
  • Discuss your favorite destinations, tips, or other mobility experiences
  • Share pictures and videos with other members
  • Keep up to date with the latest news
  • Read about other members' experiences or write your own in our Blogs area
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Review Pride Products

Pride Mobility® and Quantum Rehab® value your input on our products. Please take a few moments to review your Jazzy® Power Chair, Go-Go® Travel Mobility Product, Pride® Mobility Scooter, Pride® Lift Chair, Pride® Lifts and Ramps product, or Quantum Rehab® product. Your feedback will go directly to our research and development team.

To get started, click on your mobility product’s respective category link below.


Dear Owners Club Member,

On behalf of Pride Mobility and Quantum Rehab, we want to thank you for your participation in making the Owners Club a great place for consumers in the disability community. Together we have shared tips on mobility products, suggestions on improvements to products and many great meals at Cowboy’s Tumbleweed Smokehouse.

As social media has evolved, many consumers are demonstrating using other means to communicate with us and each other instead of the “forum” Owners Club platform. After ample consumer feedback, we have found that platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are providing end users with an easier way to communicate on a more user-friendly platform. As a result, we are discontinuing the Owners Club and focusing more energy on making popular social media platforms as great as possible for our consumers and the disability community as a whole.

With such ease of access, social media platforms are great ways to stay in touch with us. However, for those still seeking a traditional message board experience, Mark Smith, AKA the WheelchairJunkie, continues running a great forum open to all at

Social Media Pages:
Please continue to send any customer feedback and suggestions to We would love to continue to hear from you.

This community will close on 9/2/2016. Should you want to download any content from the site, it would need to be done by then. 

Thank you,
The Owner’s Club

Meet the Edge Team: Bryan Anderson

In October 2005, Bryan was injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) that resulted in the loss of both of his legs and his left hand. As a result of his injuries, he was awarded a Purple Heart. Bryan received rehabilitation for a period of 13 months at Walter Reed Army Hospital. He is one of the few triple amputees to have survived his injuries in Iraq.

Education, advocacy & community involvement

Changing the way people perceive disabilities.

Education, advocacy and community involvement are essential in removing boundaries and changing the way people perceive disabilities. Pride actively participates in providing opportunities in these three important areas.