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    Quote Originally Posted by agrotom View Post
    I to am a handicap rider, and wish to register as one. I need an idea on how to mount my Walker on my 2012 RT-S ..Love the forum have been a lurker for a couple of years. My wife and I have been riding a HD RKC for many years, I have been riding since I was 12. I have a auto-immune disease that has my left leg totally numb from the toes to the crotch. Not very comfy but the Spyder has let us back on the road again. Thank you to all that work so hard to keep us lurkers happy. Love the bike and love the forum.

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    good for you and the ms's. Keep on riding my friend. Every day on the road is a good day. Ride Safe, Ride Often.

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    Iím in a wheelchair fixing to buy a spyder. Where can I get a rigid frame wheelchair rack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spydermonkey View Post
    I’m in a wheelchair fixing to buy a spyder. Where can I get a rigid frame wheelchair rack
    I admire you for trying the Spyder thing..... I have seen some nice racks for wheelchairs, But I can't remember where …. You could contact " Wounded Warriors ", I'm sure they know of every rack made ……. I would suggest you Start your own THREAD " in the general forum " asking this question.....It is way more likely to get noticed.....jmho ….. Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spydermonkey View Post
    Iím in a wheelchair fixing to buy a spyder. Where can I get a rigid frame wheelchair rack
    Good for you. That sounds like you are ready to enjoy riding. What kind of spyder are you looking for. That would probably help with finding the right rack for it. If you aren't able to find one maybe a metal shop could build one for you that fitts your needs. Happy trails my Friend. And good luck on your search.

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    I also rode 2 wheels all my life. Wife loved it as well. I had a surgery that went south parilyised left leg and foot. Gave my bike to Dad .THOUGHT I would be looking for a convertible. Wife says lets look at Spyder's. My or our life has returned to better then normal. New friends new advevetures I love the community and everything it has done for my life and my marriage. Thanks to all you SPYDER RYDERS! Safe travels. BY the way disabled people are eligbile to get free admittace to natinal paraks! Contact your local park ranger he has the paper work to be filled out two weeks later you get your pass in the mail. Lets go exploring!

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    Just got a 2017 F3 T4 para for 30yrs. Just looking at handbrake options right now.

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    Anyone riding with Ataxia?
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    While it's not specifically Ataxia LeftCoast, I have an 'acute vestibular dysfunction' as a result of Blast Induced TBI, multiple TIA's, & the cumulative damage that results, so I pretty much get all the symptoms of Ataxia plus a few more besides!! The good thing about my overall condition is that while I have virtually no 'normal' balance standing up, once I sit &/or can establish a suitable 'stable starting position', a lot of the activities & events that arguably contributed to the collective issues I experience now have also meant that I've effectively 'trained myself' to do better than 'just manage' many activities without any balance function/assistance from/in my inner ears & brain. So (after extensive testing by a number of interested people/organisations) I can still ride, drive, pilot an aircraft or a boat, & more, mostly at a fairly high skill level, so I'm pretty lucky that way. Altho 2 wheeled bicycles & motorcycles in areas where there's a lot of 'peripheral activity' going on really isn't a pretty thing to watch, so I only ride those things waay out in the bush where the only one I can hurt is me! That said, I do have a few places that I just don't go & things I really don't do/actively avoid these days; but really, that's not such a biggie when you consider what people suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease, & similar permanent 'diseases' go thru every day! And I've been able to come home to my family & friends when so many others haven't - so I reckon I'm doing OK!
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