There is Strength in Community. Quickie believes that sharing about life’s experiences and adventures can benefit others and build relationships. Whether you are in a wheelchair yourself, are a friend or family member, we hope you will find a way to connect here.

Watch Videos

Join the Ride Quickie community

Once a month you'll receive behind-the-scenes photos, follow-up stories on our bloggers, and bonus material not available on the RideQuickie website. Don't miss out.

* indicates required

Your information will never be sold or given to 3rd parties. View our Privacy Policy.

Latest Blog Posts

I competed in wheelchair sports events ranging from basketball to table tennis to track for most of my life. I represented Hong Kong in the 1972 Paralympics and I represented Canada in the 1976, 1980, and 1984 Paralympics, earning silver medals in the table tennis event.

22/08/2017 12:00:00 AM | 0 comments

It was in that moment when I decided it was time. I am ready. I need to learn to drive, not only for the sake of all those wonderful cheeseburgers waiting, but for my own sake. My injury allows me a bit more independence than some, so what is stopping me? Absolutely nothing.

15/08/2017 12:00:00 AM | 0 comments

From being a social butterfly in college, to being named "Smiles" in rehab, I gained a new perspective on life that can be summed up by a Bruce H. Wilkinson quote: "People often feel that because they are afraid of something, they do not have the courage to conquer it. However, courage is not the absence of fear; rather it's choosing to act in spite of fear." The joy I've experienced as a result of conquering my fears has been incredible, and I no longer see myself as physically disabled, but physically able.

08/08/2017 12:00:00 AM | 0 comments