About Seth McBride

Seth McBride is a writer living in Portland, Oregon. When not serving as the news editor for New Mobility and writing features, he tries to stay as active as possible, whether it’s wheelchair rugby or handcycling in the summer, or skiing in the winter. This past summer he played on the U.S. Paralympic rugby team in Rio. His writing interests typically include anything related to fitness, physiology, sports and adventure, but he appreciates a good story on just about any subject. Writing for New Mobility, he finds that disability is just a small part of a larger story.

November 2019

Adaptive Athlete Takes the Podium at 2019 Rebelle Rally Off-Road Competition

By |2019-11-13T10:59:53-05:00November 8th, 2019|

Driving a hand-controlled Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross CUV, Air Force veteran Karah Behrend took second place at the 2019 Rebelle Rally, an eight-stage, women’s-only off-road competition. [...]

New Mobility’s Biweekly Newsletter – November 5, 2019

By |2019-11-05T16:09:33-05:00November 5th, 2019|

2019 Consumer Guide — Products and Services for Wheelchair Users. Casting Call — Major Kids and Family TV Network Seeking Young Wheelchair User. Designing for Independence — with Spatulas. Hands-Free Mounts.

October 2019

New Mobility’s Biweekly Newsletter – October 16, 2019

By |2019-10-16T12:03:13-05:00October 16th, 2019|

Lawsuit Alleges ICE Mistreats Disabled Immigrant Detainees. Exoskeleton Controlled by Brain-Machine Interface. Rehab After Shoulder Surgery. A New Avenue for SCI Research Funding. Recovering From Bed Confinement.

September 2019

New Mobility’s Biweekly Newsletter – September 19, 2019

By |2019-09-19T16:16:08-05:00September 19th, 2019|

New Posts from the Wide World of Disability. When the Nightmare of an Airline Losing Your Wheelchair Comes True. Strategies to Avoid Pressure Sores. Surprising Guilt-Free Energy Boosters.

New Mobility’s Biweekly Newsletter – September 3, 2019

By |2019-09-03T14:06:15-05:00September 3rd, 2019|

New Mobility asked thought leaders in technology, transportation, culture, community and function research to share their big ideas for making the world a better place for wheelchair users. Here's what they said.

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