Need a non-standard saddle?

An occupational therapist asked me about a saddle for a client who had sustained a fractured pelvis. Her client was currently using a cushion on her regular bicycle. I did a shout out on twitter and asked some friends who are knowledgeable about equipment and these are the saddles and ideas they suggested. Bearing in mind… Continue reading Need a non-standard saddle?

Race Running: an increasingly popular sport for people with cerebral palsy

© Janet Paske I’d seen a RaceRunner in 2007 but didn’t know what it was  - it didn’t have pedals but otherwise looked like an adult’s trike with 3 large wheels. When I volunteered at Cerebral Palsy (CP) Sport’s  National Athletics Championships in Doncaster more recently though, I saw RaceRunners in action. Designed by Connie… Continue reading Race Running: an increasingly popular sport for people with cerebral palsy