Jerry Robinson: Adapting Bikes for Our Special Needs Son

As a parent of a child with an intellectual disability, it has been a unique challenge to incorporate him into activities because his motor skills, body awareness, coordination, and especially his recognition of personal safety, are impaired. Here I share our adaptive journey to bike together as a family.

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Josie Fouts: Adapting Cycling to My Needs

Outride Ambassador Josie Fouts is a "self-proclaimed mad scientist single-handedly discovering the human body’s limitlessness as an elite paracyclist!" While she's been busy training for the Tokyo Paralympics, she's also been advocating for Para-MTB to be a Nationally recognized sport and eventually a Paralympic sport.

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Outriding Fear and Uncertainty on an Old Dirt Road

The highest unemployment rate since the great depression. Covid-19. It’s a wild time to be alive. I’m overwhelmed. So I leave the news at home, and pedal into the zone. I immediately find calm as I feel the breeze on my face, and turn my eyes on the fields that scroll alongside the road.

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Limitless

Even as a kid, when I first started riding, I always enjoyed the calm and quiet of a solo ride. Time spent turning pedals in the trees with no sounds to be heard but my own huffing and puffing and the swaying of the trees in the morning breeze. My thoughts echo in the woods and sound so clear bouncing around the branches and bushes that fill the forest.

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Meet Dylan.

Meet our ambassador, Dylan. He’s a rockstar on the bike and a rockstar human. Check back each month for his latest stories on the power of the bicycle.

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