Meet Jeremy McGhee. Years ago, after a near-fatal car crash took away the use of his legs, Jeremy became the first paraplegic in 2012 to climb and descend Bloody Couloir, a major backcountry ski route in the Eastern Sierras, all with only the use of his arms. Today, he's an active and vocal advocate committed to pioneering trails for adaptive mountain bike riders and disabled athletes with his own YouTube series, called the UNPavement, which documents all his adventures.
Recently, Jeremy set down with Nat Ross, Bentonville resident and Mountain Bike Hall of Famer, to talk about his recent adventure in Bentonville, Arkansas, the Mountain Biking Capital of the World, and why he finds it so friendly and accessible!
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Instagram: @jpmcghee, @theunpavement
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