This episode is brought to you by Winnebago Industries Foundation as part of their series highlighting folks breaking boundaries in outdoor recreation. Our hosts, Erik and Jeff, speak with Reggie Showers a two-time motorcycle drag racing world champion who is also a double leg amputee. Reggie speaks to the power of community and positive thinking in propelling him to not only follow his dreams of racing but to become a world champion. Now, Reggie continues to race and shares his life lessons with others around the world.
At 14, Reggie had a tragic electrical accident that left him a double amputee. But, his “never-say-die” attitude has propelled him to also become an accomplished pilot, inspirational speaker, certified snowboard instructor, and marathoner.
In 2017, he was part of ROMP, the Range Of Motion Project’s elite team of amputee & able-bodied climbers that climbed Cayambe, an 18000’ stratovolcano in Ecuador as part of a fundraising effort that benefitted amputees in third world countries.
Reggie continues to inspire folks around the world with his speaking career, athletic accomplishments, and mentorship programs.
Special thanks to the Winnebago Industries Foundation for their support of this podcast and their advocacy for accessibility in outdoor spaces.
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