Dont Let Disability Stop You.

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Beagler
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Dont Let Disability Stop You.

Just read that article in the club magazine and thumbs up to the couple who are determined to enjoy their Seven despite problems. My wife in her mid 70's has Dementia and has had for the past 5 years. We used to have a BMW R1200RT up to last year when we had to sell and we bought the Seven. Getting in and out can be a challenge sometimes but once in we are away. If this couple are on this forum my hearty thanks for your determination and great encouragement to all who may have second thoughts about a seven. Thumb Up

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I agree. An inspiring article about looking for positive solutions, with some good old fashioned determination in the mix. I hope you both continue to enjoy Seven ownership. 

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An excellent article by Kingsley, I thought. 

It is also worth reminding members that Sevens have been adapted to hand controls too. 

Stephen

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Quite right, don't let disability stop you.

An excellent article by Kingsley, I thought. 

It is also worth reminding members that Sevens have been adapted to hand controls too.  http://lowflying.lotus7.club/2002/2002_02_03_Blackbird.pdf  (my apologies, there is a spurious page in the middle of the article).

Stephen

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A great article by Geoff. Is he still competing? With his Seven? Any chance of an update?

 

Also, have the MSA revised their policy on licences?