When I was 22 years of age, I broke my neck and was paralyzed from the neck down. That was 42 years ago. Fortunately, I was able to recover through a lot of hard work and good fortune. Today, I can walk, swim, golf, and most importantly, ride a bike.
I got serious about riding six years ago, and I credit cycling with keeping me healthy, moving, and out of the depressed state that many spinal cord injury survivors live with. Though I am medically considered a quadriplegic, I can still ride—not long distances, and slower than paint drying—but at least I'm riding. I just recently completed my annual MS 150 fundraising ride in beautiful Cache Valley, Utah.
I will not ride without my ROAD iD. I spend a lot of time riding by myself, because I ride so slowly, and if I went down, it could be serious. Wearing my ROAD iD is like having a friend alongside me at all times.
You have an excellent product and an impressive company. Keep up the great work.