It is so great when main street media do a piece on accessibility – although wouldn’t it be nice for it to be featured more regularly!
This piece which includes information about the Lake District Miles without Stiles initiative really helps highlight the work being done to help open up trails and for the countryside to be more inclusive – after all, we all have the right to roam, despite mobility.
We are also delighted that the SDMotion Trike was featured as part of the article. For companies like Mountain Trike and Steering Development, raising awareness and the profile in publications such as the Guardian are invaluable.
The SDMotion Trike is the perfect all terrain wheelchair to explore our green and pleasant land as highlighted in the article – the ascent on the Lake District trail was more than doable with the SD Motion Trike even with the winter weather conditions being far from perfect.
Read the full article below on the Guardian online:
Further information about the Lake District Miles without Stiles initiative can be found via the link below:
And check out our SDMotion Trike product page, the unique fully electric, joystick controlled all terrain wheelchair:
Main Photo id: Ben Aitken (right) and his friend Anthony at Great Langdale Beck, Elterwater, photo credit Guardian.