You see all kinds," said Pat Bodet with the Lone Star Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
"There are mountain bikes, unicycles, recumbents, tandems.I even remember seeing a bike that had a parent in back, a parent in front and baby in the middle," she
Others pull children behind them in bike strollers or kids' bikes.Several paralyzed vets have participated using hand-crank bikes.This year, a woman with multiple sclerosis is going to ride an electric bike that goes up to 20 miles per hour without pedaling, Bodet
"It's going to allow [her] to do a ride she
otherwise wouldn't be able to do," she