Explore the freedom of cycling
A book that has been written from the experiences of 50 amputees from all backgrounds.
With tips from some of the best-known amputee cyclists in the world, including Margaret Biggs, Rajesh Durbal, Mark Inglis and Keira Roche. Their achievements are nothing short of remarkable - Whether cycling around a velodrome at the Paralympics or travelling around the world raising funds for charity. This book offers great advice from experts and ordinary cyclists alike.
About the Author
Sonia Sanghani will tell you quite frankly that she has been a rather boring non-cyclist amputee for over 10 years. As a fairly enthusiastic beginner, she decided she wanted to read a book about amputees who cycle. Sometimes, if you want something you have to go out and get it and that is exactly what she did. A lot of emails, phone calls, and typing later, here is the result: a cycling book for amputees. It is a compilation of cycling experiences from around 50 amputees of all backgrounds at various stages of their cycling ability. Some are absolute beginners and others are Paralympians; all share a deep passion for cycling and can't wait to share that enjoyment with others. These stories are sourced from all over the globe.