Friendly Wheels Archive

"If I can do this, I can do anything"

Friendly Wheels, Issue 70
December 2013

With Challenge Mountain

 

For more than 28 years, Challenge Mountain has been enhancing the lives of people with special needs by providing accessible outdoor recreational activities.

Celebrating 45 Years of Improving Lives Through Mobility®

Friendly Wheels, Issue 69
November 2013

With Amigo Mobility International

 

Though it has been 45 years since Al Thieme invented the first Amigo in a small garage in Bridgeport, Mich., the goal of Improving Lives Through Mobility® remains the same.

Riding with a Purpose

Friendly Wheels, Issue 68
October 2013

 

With disability advocate Duncan Wyeth 

 

For cyclist, Paralympian and disability advocate Duncan Wyeth, a bicycle has been vital to a happy and healthy life. 

"Get Out and Live"

Friendly Wheels, Issue 67
September 2013

WIth Amigo owner Barbara Gratzke, her husband Bill and the Handicap Travel Club 


Barbara and Bill Gratzke of Homestead, Fla. certainly make their rounds while traveling -- they travel six to eight months of the year in an accessible RV!

The Magic Touch

Friendly Wheels, Issue 66
August 2013

Featuring Amigo owner Carrie Rostollan of Proximity Illusions in Auburn, Mich.


Amigo owner Carrie Rostollan has brought her magic touch to Michigan's Great Lakes Bay region. Carrie, who grew up in northern Wisconsin, has been fascinated by magic as long as she can remember.

News Flash

Always on the Go | Friendly Wheels | Issue 99

Always on the Go

Friendly Wheels, Issue 99
May 2016

With Amigo owner Cammy Prince of Okemos, Mich.

With the help of a new Amigo, Cammy Prince is always on the go.

57 Years in 248 Pages | Friendly Wheels | Issue 100

57 Years in 248 Pages

Friendly Wheels, Issue 100
June 2016

With Amigo owner and author Jack Jensen

For Jack Jensen, squeezing 57 years into 248 pages was no small feat.

Find A Way | Friendly Wheels | Issue 101

Find A Way

Friendly Wheels, Issue 101
July 2016

With Amigo owner Tim Brown of the Michigan Polio Network

For the past 20 years, Tim Brown has witnessed the growing impact of the Michigan Polio Network (MPN).