Sherman Coventry, right, works on a hand cycle at Different Spokes, a bike shop in Portland that specializes in adaptive cycles. Adam Amundsen, a co-owner of the shop who has been active in the effort to add adaptive bikes to the city's bike share program, is at left.
Sherman Coventry, right, works on a hand cycle at Different Spokes, a bike shop in Portland that specializes in adaptive cycles. Adam Amundsen, a co-owner of the shop who has been active in the effort to add adaptive bikes to the city's bike share program, is at left. William Yardley TNS
Sherman Coventry, right, works on a hand cycle at Different Spokes, a bike shop in Portland that specializes in adaptive cycles. Adam Amundsen, a co-owner of the shop who has been active in the effort to add adaptive bikes to the city's bike share program, is at left. William Yardley TNS

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