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Neil Smith

My Trike and I As a result of a childhood brain tumour, I have impaired balance and am unable to ride a two-wheeled bicycle.  After searching many avenues I managed to find an adult tricycle for myself and have not looked back since. I cycle several times a week as, living in London, most of my journeys are under 1 hour.  Though if I lived outside of a city and public transport facilities were ...

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Tony Cox

Tony Cox

I’m 63 and have Parkinson’s disease. My brain has some trouble working my body. It is as if I am inside my own skull in charge of myself as a robot with…

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Peter Smith

Peter Smith

Peter is passionate about sharing the joy of cycling with as many people as possible. Peter is dyslexic and he also has a weak foot which makes it difficult to walk…

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Roger Crosskey

Roger Crosskey

Roger Crosskey was born in 1949 with a cerebral palsy. He uses a modified standard bicycle for commuting, urban utility cycling, exercise and leisure. I learned…

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