autism

  1. R

    Cycling as therapy for autism

    “Papa, which hill shall we ride today?” This is the first question I am asked every morning. Fynn is ten now, he has autism, and his favorite thing to do is ride up and down hills. Any hill, every hill. He loves hills. “I don’t know, which hill do you want to ride?” “How about...
  2. ebikemom

    Welcome to Disability and Ebiking

    A wonderful thing about ebiking is how it augments a person's ability to ride a bike, making MORE possible than what was possible before. This enables ebiking to have a positive impact on the lives of people whose mobility has been limited by physical problems, autism, developmental disability...