With love in the air and Valentine’s Day near, you might need some inspiration to choose wheelchair-friendly activities. Check out my suggestions below: 1. Cooking Together to Stay Together Cooking together is one of those simple activities you can’t go wrong with. Plus you get a prize at the end — a tasty meal. Have […]
Quad Seth McBride and his wife, Kelly, soldier on and complete their 6,500-mile handcycling adventure to reach the southernmost city in the world.
An accessible pontoon boat provides an intimate view of river wildlife. Just don’t touch the baby alligators.
Blaze your own Trax Last May we took an in-depth look at the emerging field of track chairs. If you missed it, or have no idea what a track chair is, think wheelchair meets tank: big, powerful chairs, usually with treads to help you conquer the most unforgiving terrain. Based on the responses we got […]
Seth McBride, a quad, and his wife embark on an epic handcycling adventure.
There are many ways for wheelchair users to modify motorcycles and catch the wind once again.
When I’m out and about after dark I make sure it is easy for drivers to see and avoid me — I have lights on my chair and a cool red flashing red collar for Killy, my German Shepherd service dog. There are a myriad of different wearable light options that increase visibility. Here are […]
Is it possible to dream big, go somewhere awesome or buy something awesome, even when you’re on a limited budget? After years of wishing but never doing, I’m finally going to dream big — and I’m going to go to Hawaii. I know. It doesn’t sound too crazy, but for me, a C6 quad who […]
Jarrett Martin has never stopped loving the excitement of freefalling, even when he became a T3 para.
No longer do quads and others with limited arm strength need to sit by and watch as paras crank their mountain bike handcycles up steep slopes. Power-assist options are opening up the rugged outdoors like never before. It’s the final day of Moab Mania — the annual six-day adaptive mountain bike clinic put on by […]