Sidecar tour with handicap
In the sidecar with a disability
Do you have a so-called 'limitation'? Are you blind, disabled, deaf? Are you already grown up but do you have a mental age of a young child? Come on, let's take a sidecar ride and have a wonderful day. Together we'll see what can be done and then we'll go for a nice ride. You are most welcome.
A sidecar offers possibilities
People can be different from others in some way. Subsequently, all kinds of diagnoses, phrases and words are labeled. But whether you have a disability or a limitation or are a person with different possibilities.... whatever it is called, it doesn't matter for a sidecar.
And for me neither ;-)
You are you.
A happy brother-in-law about the sidecar ride with his happy brother-in-law
Last Friday my brother-in-law Jan (blind, wheelchair dependent and a developmental age of 5 years old) accompanied Marco in the sidecar. Me on the back to take pictures and keep in touch with Jan. Marco is really a winner when it comes to connecting with his passenger. He took all the time to talk to Jan and discuss what we were going to do. Marco was able to tune in very well to Jan's level. During the trip Marco took the quiet back roads and stopped here and there to give explanations. Very agile and controlled, he steered motorcycle and sidecar around. Not for a moment did I feel unsafe. Jan (a big smile during the entire ride) and I enjoyed the ride immensely. It is really worth recommending, especially for people who are less mobile or otherwise limited.
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