The people we met while cycling the world Editor’s Note: As adventurer Tim Moss was discussing possible covers for his book, and even though I have also traveled the world, I still had to ask him, “How did you travel around the world with the sun always on your right-hand side? It sounds ridiculous, but
Stories about adventures by the physically challenged: handicapped, the elderly and the injured. It’s extra inspirational.
Here’s an incredible story. Two legally blind people will be riding a tandem bicycle unassisted from Argentina to Alaska.
Haidar Taleb, the disabled 47-year-old from the United Arab Emirates is about to embark on a 200-mile voyage across the desert in a solar-powered wheelchair which he designed and built himself.
The Bionic Scott Above is a picture of the inside of my knee. Almost two years ago I was knocked off my bicycle by a reckless motorist who ran a stop sign. As you can see the cartilage was torn and frayed and I had to have the loose pieces removed. It almost ended my