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Mazz Member Posts: 5 Listener
I HAVE m.s. but it won't have me...but it keeps getting harder, day by day, some times hour by hour..until i rest..still with me Chihuahua's and regular scoots. keeps me going.  I HAVE AT LAST FOUND THE BIKE/SCOOTER, I've been looking for.  It has pedals and battery.  fantastic.  One big problem. it's in netherlands and costs a massive Price £6595.00 GULP.  I'LL HAVE TWO...!


  • GeoffBosworth195661
    GeoffBosworth195661 Member Posts: 161 Pioneering
    Welcome @Mazz
    It sounds like you going to have some fun with the Bike Scooter If I knew sooner I could have told you on the 28-29 &30 NEC Birmingham free tickets to go they have disabled all sought of wheelchairs and bike/scooters that will be there. Latest navigation bike/scooters with new technology. But hope your m s get a little bit easy for you take care, keep safe.  
  • Sam_Alumni
    Sam_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 7,682 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @Mazz

    This is the event @GeoffBosworth195661 is talking about, its called Naidex and the tickets are free. There is a test track and lots of information so if you wanted to find out more it might be interesting for you.

    I am going for all three days so if anyone else is going, do shout up and I'd love to say hi!
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