we scouted out some easy-access travel opportunities that offer a change of scenery, the chance to meet other amputees, and fun activities that you can build your trip around.
Ampt Biking convenes amputee bicyclists of all abilities to share breathtaking mountain scenery and trail rides that range from gentle to gonzo.
From mountains to sea, intrepid amputees are getting active everywhere. Taking up an outdoor activity during summer can be a great way to experience improved overall health and wellness.
Less than a year after losing his right leg in a bicycle accident, Damian Kevitt established a non-profit organization called Streets Are for Everyone (SAFE) to create a movement against preventable collisions.
We’ve been meaning to write about amputee cycling for a while now. It keeps popping up in the news—there was Bicycling Magazine‘s feature on Leo Rodgers last month, followed by a New York Times article about Paralympic swimmer-tured-cyclist Roderick Sewell, and then our own item about the CO > COVID marathon fundraising bike ride through...