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Mark Inglis is known to many as the mountaineer who lost his lower legs to frostbite on Aoraki/Mt Cook in 1982 and went on to summit Everest and win a silver medal at the 2000 Paralympics. Nowadays, he is a passionate cyclist and cycling advocate whose keeps himself busy as manager of the Hurunui Trails, covering the St James Cycle Trail, the Hurunui Heartland Ride, and many more trails around Hanmer Springs.

In this episode, Sarah speaks with Mark about his local trails, his love of cycling, and what it’s like to live – and ride – as a double amputee. He also offers shares advice on how to live positively when the curveballs keep on coming.
Mark Inglis is known to many as the mountaineer who lost his lower legs to frostbite on Aoraki/Mt Cook in 1982 and went on to summit Everest and win a silver medal at the 2000 Paralympics. Nowadays, he is a passionate cyclist and cycling advocate whose keeps himself busy as manager of the Hurunui Trails, covering the St James Cycle Trail, the Hurunui Heartland Ride, and many more trails around Hanmer Springs. In this episode, Sarah speaks with Mark about his local trails, his love of cycling, and what it’s like to live – and ride – as a double amputee. He also offers shares advice on how to live positively when the curveballs keep on coming. read more read less

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