There are a few options, short of going the megabucks therapeutic supply company route. Hunted for something for my 'new' recumbent trike.
A word of advice- IF YOU GET A RECUMBENT TRIKE GET SOME SORT OF HEEL/FOOT RETENTION!!! Look up 'Leg Suck'. Regardless of ability or disability, your feet can (and eventually WILL) slip off the pedals! Mine came out of toe clips/straps before I knew of 'suck', luckily at low speed. I saw danger and right away rigged bungees to keep feet off the ground.
A recumbent bike you can survive foot drag, you'll fall off to side and maybe get some scrapes & bruises. A trike you can pin your leg under the frame. Not at all forgiving.
Depending on your purse, a couple of options.
I'm trying these:
Kind of wide, not pretty, but cheap enough to try out while I adjust to the 'bent.
A bit more attractive and high tech, and option I'll probably go for when I'm committed to trike:
Most of POC stuff made to order, and if testimonials mean anything will work with you for your needs.
Finally, a good resource if thinking about a recumbent, and a forum to find these kind of specialty items:
They have links to various straps/wires etc with user reviews and how-to's.
Last edited by rickctroop13; 08-09-12 at 03:47 PM.