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Together, with GBY SWISS, towards better health


GBY and IAT innovation for wheelchair users

"The Innovation Center for assistive technologies of the Swiss Paraplegic Foundation deals with technical developments that promise to make life easier for people with reduced mobility.

In addition to our own developments, we support first-class, innovative ideas which are introduced or implemented by external providers of ideas. The project GO-TRYKE® Easy by GBY Ltd is one of these ideas worthy of support.

The GBY team has a high level of competence and expertise, which guarantees the quality and benefit for those affected."

Team IAT, Nottwil


Cerebral, the foundation that supports individuals with cerebral motor disabilities and their families.

"The collaboration between Cerebral and GBY SWISS is a source of pride for inclusion. Their adapted bike, 'Go-Tryke,' offers more than just mobility; it provides a fun and enjoyable way to take control of one's health.

We wholeheartedly support GBY's mission, which aims to make health and physical activity accessible to everyone, regardless of physical abilities. The current Go-Tryke models and the prototype for children perfectly embody this vision.

Our joint work continues to offer enriching experiences to our community. Together, we make mobility and health accessible to all."

Thomas Erne, Director


GBY collaborates with major research players

"Medical discoveries are no longer the result of one brilliant individual. They now require close collaboration between scientists, doctors, engineers and industries - in short, multidisciplinary teams that do together what would be impossible by the sum of their parts.

Our meeting with Sebastian Tobler and GBY illustrates this synergy perfectly. A passionate person at the head of an innovative company that collaborates with engineers from EPFL, CHUV physicians and other industries such as GTX Medical to devise solutions that improve the lives of people with motor deficits. A beautiful story that only just started. Forward."

Prof. Grégoire Courtine, EPFL, Lausanne


GBY and BFH - together at the pulse of the economy and in the service of humanity!

"At Bern University of Applied Sciences, we invest in teaching, R&D and create knowledge. Our objective is to transfer this knowledge into the economy and to implement it in challenging projects to directly benefit society. We rely on professional and reliable partners - like GBY. With its innovative and sophisticated appliances and products, GBY helps people with reduced mobility to become more independent and self reliant; their everyday life (daily routine) is simplified and new opportunities for leisure activities are made accessible."

Dr. Lukas Rohr, Director Departement Engineering and Information Technology BFH-TI, Bern University of Applied Science, Biel


Wheelchair Sport and Leisure is a department of the Swiss Paraplegic Association which encourages the practice of various sports and leisure activities.


GBY SWISS is a quality partner, it shares our vision of a world where sport is accessible to all. This collaboration is an important step in our mission to promote inclusion and expand the horizons of adaptive sport.


One of the highlights of our partnership is their participation in the Giro Suisse, an exceptional event which allows people with spinal cord injuries, among others, to experience a unique sporting adventure by traveling through Switzerland using adapted bicycles. GBY SWISS plays a vital role in supporting this event, illustrating our shared commitment to sporting inclusion.


Our partnership with GBY SWISS is a living example of the positive impact that collaboration can have in the field of wheelchair sport. It is a demonstration of our shared desire to push boundaries, break barriers and make sport a reality for everyone. Together, we are creating a future where adapted sport is a source of pride.»

Team “Wheelchair sport and leisure”



"GBY - a committed start-up that works with ParaWork of the Swiss Paraplegic Centre to promote the reintegration of people with spinal cord injuries into the workforce.

ParaWork guides, trains, supports and accompanies people with spinal cord injuries during their reintegration into the workforce, drawing on the specific skills and experience of a multidisciplinary team. This is done in close cooperation with the therapists and doctors at the Swiss Paraplegic Centre.

GBY is a real source of inspiration and motivation for the return to work of ParaWork's clients. "

                                                          Coralie Jaquet, Job Coach & Coordinator Romandie


"Turning an invention into a successful product on the market requires an elaborate intellectual property strategy in order to promote its invention to investors, to protect it from competitors, to negotiate contracts between different development partners, and to verify patents held by third parties. It is particularly motivating for P&TS to have been able to collaborate with GBY on these aspects from the very beginning of the project and to help make this dream of giving mobility to people with reduced mobility a reality."

Christophe Saam, Director P&TS, Neuchâtel


The Rossfeld Foundation supports the professional and personal integration of people with disabilities through education, training, housing, employment, and tailored therapies for all age groups.


"We are delighted about our partnership with GBY SWISS, a strong advocate for improving the quality of life for people with disabilities through its innovative arm and leg bicycle, 'Go-Tryke.' This bicycle perfectly embodies our shared commitment to the mobility and autonomy of individuals with disabilities.

"This collaboration underscores our dedication to inclusion, accessibility, and the well-being of all.

"Together, we can truly make a difference in the lives of those facing physical challenges and continue to work towards a more inclusive and accessible world for everyone."

Giovanna Battagliero, Director


The Max Regeneration Centre helps disabled people to push back their limits and improve their quality of life by improving their motor skills and stability.


"In partnership with GBY, we were among the first to test their prototype bikes, immediately recognising the potential of this project, which skilfully combines therapy, sport and fun. Our collaboration was born out of the shared passion of our founders, who are both affected by spinal cord injury and determined to transform the way this condition is perceived."

Clément Mercier et Benoît Thévenaz

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Loisirs pour tous, the foundation to enable everyone to join the world of leisure.


“We discovered GBY Swiss thanks to their innovative and exceptional “Go-Tryke” product, in perfect harmony with our vision of adapted sports and leisure. As local actors sharing the same commitment, we follow their journey with enthusiasm and look forward to the synergies and positive energy resulting from this meeting. »

Tobias Wegmann, Director


The Lausanne Wheelchair Club, organizer of varied activities accessible to all, in wheelchairs and with their loved ones, where adventure and diversity await you.


“As part of our strong partnership with GBY SWISS, we've had the opportunity to create exceptional experiences for our wheelchair club. Thanks to this collaboration, we've organized memorable outings, shared essential equipment, and enabled more of our members to discover the remarkable benefits of the adapted bike "Go-Tryke."

Beyond inspiring outings, GBY SWISS also offers us rental solutions for their arm-leg bike, expanding access to this innovative technology. This joint initiative reinforces our commitment to inclusion and accessibility for all our members, regardless of their physical abilities.

This collaboration embodies our desire to push boundaries and create a more inclusive future for our members. A beautiful adventure of mobility, health, and fun, where together, we create unforgettable memories."

Aude Jardin, President


The Go-Tryke at Swiss Bike Park: An Unforgettable Adventure!


"We are proud to announce our partnership with GBY SWISS, the creators of the revolutionary Go-Tryke, an adaptive bike that activates both arms and legs. Thanks to this collaboration, Swiss Bike Park now offers individuals with reduced mobility the opportunity to experience a unique adventure on our off-road trails.

The Go-Tryke allows everyone to fully enjoy our stunning landscapes while discovering the excitement of cycling on various terrains. Our park is equipped with specially designed trails for the Go-Tryke, ensuring an exceptional experience in a safe environment.

Join us at Swiss Bike Park for a day filled with fun, discovery, and challenges. It's an adventure you won't soon forget. "

Swiss Bike Park Team


The ASPr, sponsor of GBY

"The Swiss Paralysed Association (ASPr) represents the interests of people with physical disabilities. Its courses and stays offered to members aim to promote their independence and open up new perspectives. In the context of its work to support the autonomy of the people concerned, the ASPr is particularly proud to support the work of GBY Ltd.

GBY stands for exemplary entrepreneurship and team spirit. The contribution of GO-TRYKE® is aimed at a double benefit: access to a new form of mobility for people with a physical disability and the possibility of training muscle functions in the open air. A pioneering association, active for 80 years, the ASPr believes in this innovative offer! Let the GO-TRYKE® journey begin!"

The ASPr team, Fribourg


"The Industrial section of the Vocational School in Fribourg (EMF) trains young men and women in technical trades. The school organizes internships for it’s fourth year students. These federal proficiency certificate students (CFC) complete their internship in a company and carry out projects for the industry. GBY and EMF have set up a ‘’Win-Win’’ partnership that allows the school's apprentices to develop professional and social skills through projects carried out with GBY. The Vocational School in Fribourg (EMF) thanks the GBY team for the confidence placed in the production of mechanical parts. EMF also appreciates the expertise and quality of GBY's products."

Estelle Leyrolles, Dean of the Department EMF-Industry,

Vocational School, Fribourg


"Go By Yourself (GBY) transforms the lives of people with reduced mobility. Thanks to the GO-TRYKE®, they regain a large part of their freedom. Dynamic, innovative and supported by a warm team, GBY is a reference start-up that we are proud to support throughout its development."

Grégory Grin, Director FriUp, Fribourg


"As part of our mission to support SMEs in Switzerland, the Platinn network strives to facilitate innovative projects such as the one managed by GBY. It is with great pleasure that we collaborate with GBY for the realization and the marketing of their GO-TRYKE®, a solution which answers as much a need in sports and mobility as well as a therapeutic need."

Thomas Meier, Platinn Coach, Business Development and Partnerships

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