A trike for Chris Miller 2015-03-24Chris Miller poses in the new off-road-capable trike acquired for him through a campaign organized by friends Peter Bernacki, Shane Volpatti and Flowt Bike Shop owner Brendan MacIntosh on Tuesday, March 24. Miller suffered a debilitating stroke last year and has been in recovery ever since. His friends organized a fund-raising campaign to help him acquire the $8,400 trike that now gives him the ability to explore the mountain bike trails he loves in the area. Chris said he has tried it out along the Columbia River below the Big Eddy and Trans-Canada Highway bridges and is looking forward to trying it out on the trail to Mount Revelstoke National Park that starts just above the Railway Museum. That path could take him to the two- and five-kilometre loops on the lower flank of the mountain. Brendan said this English-made machine by Inspired Cycle Engineering was the best choice for Chris. It is very well-designed, has superior clearance and is very durable. David F. Rooney photoPlease click here to read the story of Chris Miller’s road to recovery.Please click here to find out more about ICE trikes.