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Back Into Training

In last week’s post “Why Edmonton Needs You Can Ride 2”, I talked about how 2019 might be the last year for the adaptive bike program. Two of You Can Ride 2’s fundraisers are physically challenging, (at least for me); but I have decided to sign up for them next year anyway! The first fundraiser… Continue reading Back Into Training

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Neurodiversity

Why Edmonton Needs You Can Ride 2

A few weeks ago, an e-mail came across my desk that made my stomach sink; it said that 2019 might be the last year for one of our favourite programs, You Can Ride 2. My mind couldn't grasp how a much needed program like this could be in jeopardy. You Can Ride 2 was in it's… Continue reading Why Edmonton Needs You Can Ride 2

Christian Living · Medical Mom · Mommy Life

Medical Momma; Our Journey With Adaptive Bikes

Four years ago when I first asked the question, "Could Lilly ride a bike?" I had no idea the journey we would take with the You Can Ride 2 Program. If you do not know what the You Can Ride 2 Program is it is a program in Edmonton, Alberta that loans out adaptive bikes… Continue reading Medical Momma; Our Journey With Adaptive Bikes

Christian Living

#Yegbike: Off Comes The Parental Controls

This past weekend we were blessed with the opportunity of borrowing an adaptive bike from the You Can Ride Two program out of Edmonton, Alberta. When Lilly was a toddler her grandparents bought her trike, (the regular kind from box stores.) That summer we quickly realized that wasn't able to use them. Lilly is has bilateral… Continue reading #Yegbike: Off Comes The Parental Controls