Brie Birdsell: Getting Outdoors Again

Group of people outdoors in forest, riding adaptive mountain bikes

Brie Birdsell loves to explore the outdoors while moving her body, and adaptive mountain biking provides her the opportunity to do just that. Injured two years ago while hiking, Brie uses a wheelchair in everyday life and a walker or forearm crutches when ambulating. She has found it difficult to explore the outdoors the way […]

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