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Adaptive Cycling: Handcycles, Amputee Adaptation, Visual Impairment, and Other Needs Have a need for adaptive equipment to ride to compensate for a disability or loss of limb or function? This area is for discussion among those of us in the cycling world that are coming back from traumatic circumstances and tell the world, "No, you are not going to beat me down!"

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Old 02-07-12, 01:49 PM   #1
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Able to help in Albuquerque

Hi, I'm kevbo I usually hang out in the utility and tandem fora. Recently a fellow started this thread:

TLDR version: guy with one functional hand and little bike savy is having issues that most any cyclist could solve, but was having to spend money he didn't have for bike shop to flail at problem .

Many of us were very frustrated not to be able to show this guy the ropes first hand.

Anyway if you are in Albuquerque and need help with bike issues, please PM me. I'm pretty well set with tools and experience, and if I can't get you rolling again, can at least make sure the bike shops don't rip you off.
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