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Biking in November-West and East Greenwich, RI

A perfect, late fall day to be outdoors (and no, the picture is not upside down–mirror reflection of the sky from a roadside stream)

The day promised to be warm enough for us to get our adaptive tandem bicycle back out and head out for some road biking. Trails are once again subject to overcrowding, so rather than risk getting too close to others, we chose to explore more rural roads in West Greenwich, RI.

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Out on the Trail with the new Tandem–E. Bay Bike Path, E. Providence, RI


Alongside Narragansett Bay with our bike! Cooling vest on, cooling scarf, too, ready to ride!

We have been in conversation, and then getting geared up with a bike builder, Jay Borden, of Roulez Cycles, in Lynn, MA for over a year to help us obtain an adaptive tandem bike that was easier to transport, and easier to handle than the adaptive tandem bike we have had for a number of years. It has been a challenge, and a real collaborative effort to be sure the frame worked for what I need in an adaptive tandem. Continue reading

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