Here’s an incredible story. Two legally blind people will be riding a tandem bicycle unassisted from Ushuaia, Argentina to Deadhorse, Alaska. That’s an 18-month journey across roughly 16,000 miles and 15 countries. They’ll visit schools for the blind along the way to share experiences that have shaped their lives. To follow their journey click here. Here they are pictured at Thorong La Pass in Nepal at 5416 meters.
Two Blind To Ride
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