Nearly 25 years ago, Christian Bagg suffered a back injury while snowboarding in Canada, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down.
But not even a broken back could stop Christian from getting back up the mountain -- and helping others do the same -- with a mountain bike designed for people with disabilities.
The basic bike design is a reverse tricycle, with the main wheel located in the back and two wheels in the front. They have heavy-tread tires, a 300-watt electric motor and an adjustable seat that allows riders to spread their legs in front of them.
And from there, Christian is willing and able to modify the design for special needs, explaining that he’ll figure out how to help anyone get outside and explore places they thought they'd never see again. (KDRV-TV)