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Frame Running Stories

Learn more about Frame Running and the Running Frame from those who have tried it themselves!

Holly at the Middlebury Turkey Trot & Gobble Wobble

Despite her balance and mobility issues, and the rain, mud, snow and ice, Holly completed the Middlebury Turkey Trot & Gobble Wobble last weekend with her personal best time - not bad for her first time on a Running Frame! Congratulations, Holly... great job!

Kate McKay

Kate McCay was born with cerebral palsy and is deaf, but thanks to this new bike, she has a newfound freedom. For additional information about the RaceRunner or how to get involved in establishing a RaceRunner club in your area, visit rad-innovations.com or contact David Black: DAB@rad-innovations.com

Sayers Grooms, Founder of
Watch Me Run

"Sayers Grooms has ataxic cerebral palsy, which limits her balance, coordination and speed. Through hard work and perseverance, she progressed to unassisted walking by age 5, but it took the introduction of a running frame at age 8 for her to finally experience the exhilaration and joy of running. Since then, she’s been hooked on the sport and has been eager to share its benefits with others."

Read more at WatchMeRun.org

Running Frame Test Rides

We had a couple of RaceRunner running bikes at the Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride this year so folks could give them a try. RaceRunning is an innovative sport for individuals with balance issues, allowing them to walk, jog and run under their own power. Interested in learning more? Contact us!

Running Frame Test Rides #2

We had a couple of RaceRunner running bikes at the Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride this year so folks could give them a try. RaceRunning is an innovative sport for individuals with balance issues, allowing them to walk, jog and run under their own power. Interested in learning more? Contact us!

RaceRunner Test Rides with EastView at Middlebury Residents

We recently took a few RaceRunners to EastView at Middlebury so that some residents could take a "test ride." RaceRunning doesn't need to be an on-track-only activity - it can help with mobility in all sorts of places! If you're interested in starting a RaceRunning club in your community, reach out to us for more information.

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