Thursday, January 22, 2015
Edmonton - Grad students making cycling safer for special-needs kids
“We have an idea for a device that will provide not only braking (by push button on the handlebars or by a remote key fob in the hands of a parent or therapist) but also limited power assist—another feature that the folks at You Can Ride Two mentioned would be very helpful for many of their kids,” he said. “This system will mean more independence for the child and more peace of mind for their parents,” Halayko said. Read more.