Thread: E-Trikes for MS
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Old 05-01-19, 09:04 PM
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Kent T
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I pedal with spasticity which changes rapidly, and a weak right leg with a short left leg. Cerebral Palsy along with spina bifida and mixed type with one heck of a startle reflex. And still pedal on two wheels. Picking up my feet isn't easy. If the gearing is low enough when I need low, it has toe clips, and I can easily get on and off it, I can ride it. Whether bike, trike, recumbent. MS need not hold you back or get in the way, it's how you adapt, and rise to the challenge. Stay fit the best you can. Do what you need to do. Adapt. Overcome. What matters is that you're riding. I support you, as do many here. Adaptive Athlete inside.
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