Our Customers' // Our Athletes'

These are the stories of courageous people who refuse to accept a limited life. These are the stories of lives changed by disabilities that have turned into opportunities. At Adaptive Star, our goal is never to tell anyone "no" or "you can't do that". At the core of our being, we believe that no one should tell themselves this either. We believe in the power of each of our family members and athletes. They're refusing to be defined by a diagnosis and repainting the canvas of their lives.

Tim and Jason Gain Freedom

We got the Racer last week and took it for a couple of runs this weekend. You are right about the color and wheel covers; they turned out great. We got a ton of smiles and thumbs up along the boardwalk in Pacific Beach. PB is our favorite place to run; nice and flat, a…

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Adaptive Star and World Vision Bring the Joy of Mobility to Cambodia

Hi everyone, Carolyne and I hope all your ears were burning at 10.30 est on Thursday evening, because that’s when we handed the wheelchairs over to Seiha, Sil and their parents on Friday morning at 10.30, here in Cambodia. At first both children were frightened and didn’t want to be strapped in, so we just…

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#RunLikeAngels with myTEAM TRIUMPH

myTEAM TRIUMPH is a non-profit organization that promotes inclusion by working with differently-abled athletes. Their #RunLikeAngels campaign focuses on highlighting their captain’s experiences.

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John and Elyssa Get Back to What They Love

My husband and I have been together for over 4 years. We built our relationship on being active. Whether it was cycling, running or taking a hike, we spent countless hours outdoors together. When John suffered a spinal cord injury from a mountain biking accident in 2011 we didn’t want quadriplegia to change that. I…

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Eric Loves the Axiom Jogger

Our 16 year old son Eric has spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy. We are a very active family and Eric has always enjoyed being part of our outdoor activities. As he has gotten older and has grown in size it has been more difficult to find a jogger that is built strong enough to handle his…

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No One Left Behind

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you at Adaptive Star…. I am late with letting you know that the foot wells came, but I wanted to send a picture. We ran the Turkey Trot here in Fredericksburg as a family today, thanks to the jogging stroller. No one had to stay behind… Major thankfulness for that!…

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Tammy’s Amazing Race

To the Crew at Adaptive Star, We wanted to thank you for all you are doing for Tammy and to let you know just how much this means to all of us. I wish you could have been here for The Main Street Mile. Tammy had the time of her life being pushed by Adam…

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