Iowa Chapter: From Small Beginnings …
An accessible pontoon boat provides an intimate view of river wildlife. Just don’t touch the baby alligators.
Seth McBride, a quad, and his wife embark on an epic handcycling adventure.
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 […]
Glaciers are formidable and far from accessible — unless you can catch a ride on a monster-sized Terra Bus.
Ever dreamed of dropping everything you do, packing up an RV and just going on a long road trip? Read on to learn more about two bloggers living the wheelchair RV lifestyle. Rolling in a RV “Rolling in a RV” was started by Karen, a woman who was injured as a result of a hot […]
Our final installment of New Mobility’s 25th anniversary “Legacy” section brings us to the present.
Traveling Sonoma, CA and San Juan Islands; Dan Buchanan; Global Access
Accessible camping is fun, relaxing and surprising doable. For those of you who have never done it before, here are my tips on how to be a happy camper: 1. Call ahead to reserve an accessible site There’s nothing worse than showing up at a campground, not getting the site you need and driving home […]
Last time I visited New York City, I was frustratingly reminded how tough the place is for wheelers. Besides the millions of walking people packing streets and crosswalks, Manhattan’s curb cuts are either nonexistent or in terrible shape. (If you’re lucky, there’s one useable curb cut at a major intersection.) Sidewalks are ragged and bumpy, […]