Kevin Mills was an advanced-care paramedic and avid sports enthusiast when he suffered a catastrophic spinal injury in 2009 while swimming in the ocean in Cuba during a trip for his sister’s wedding.
His world turned upside down in a moment. Hand cycling has become an integral part of Kevin’s life for both his physical and mental health.
He is currently hand cycling across Canada with friend and trainer Nikki Davenport and personal support worker and RV driver Candice Wyns.
“Pedaling Possiblites” is raising awareness of spinal cord injuries, promoting inclusivity of people with disabilities as well as advocating for an accessible bike route across the country.
Kevin Mills is truly inspiring others to see “what’s possible” through this journey.