Chris McDaniel/Peninsula Daily News Ian MacKay, seen here, this month will be taking his motorized wheelchair on a 300 mile journey along Washington state’s bike paths and trails - starting in Victoria, British Columbia and ending in Portland, Oregon to raise awareness about the need by wheelchair bound people for access to public trails.

Agnew quadriplegic to take long ride in wheelchair to illustrate need for accessible trails

A quadriplegic man will soon set off in his motorized wheelchair on a journey across the state to bring attention to the need for pathways accessible to disabled people.

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