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Cross-country Wheelchair Racing

Because disabilities don't matter, if you decide they don't.
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Last night I dreamed I was catering for several thousand people at an International Cross-country Wheelchair Racing tournament.

The chairs were in a few categories: Human-powered Electric Hydrogen-powered Gasoline-powered Free

Wheels ranged from the sublime: Mountain Bike Tyres, to the extreme: Michelin's new Tweel (airless with polypropylene spokes where the tyre would be) to the ridiculous: Monster Truck wheels, on earthmoving rims.

In all, a good time was had by young and old.

UnaBubba, Jan 31 2014

Wheel Chair racing is baked http://www.disabled.../wheelchair-racing/
[xandram, Jan 31 2014]

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       Hmmm. Last night I dreamed I owned a brown Harley chopper, and it got stolen. I like yours better.   

       I just bought a Moto Guzzi, and I guess it's influencing my dreams (+).   

       Nice dream bank you have - similar to mine in breadth and depth.
normzone, Jan 31 2014

       Yet when [Ubie] wakes up, he's still [Ubie].
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 31 2014

       //Human-powered Electric Hydrogen-powered Gasoline-powered Free// You seem to have missed Wind-powered.
FlyingToaster, Jan 31 2014

       Motorized off-road wheelchair racing was baked by Top Gear (the guys squared off against three disabled RM vets, who beat them, predictably). I dunno if it's been organized, though.
Alterother, Jan 31 2014


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