Ian Mackay of Agnew, center, leads a contingent of friends and supporters on bicycles and on foot from his motorized wheelchair along the Olympic Discovery Trail near 18th Street in Port Angeles during Saturday’s segment of the three-day Sea to Sound group ride across a portion of the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Ian Mackay of Agnew, center, leads a contingent of friends and supporters on bicycles and on foot from his motorized wheelchair along the Olympic Discovery Trail near 18th Street in Port Angeles during Saturday’s segment of the three-day Sea to Sound group ride across a portion of the North Olympic Peninsula. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Message of wheelchair rider in Sea to Sound journey: Get outdoors

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