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Can I participate in rail biking without my own equipment or experience?

What is great about railbiking (or draisines as some call them) is that there is such a diversity of styles in use all around the globe and have even been employed in the military occasionally. I ...
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Are there any Draisines-Railbike Companies that have wheelchair accessibility?

I've located two current possibilities in Germany, and one potential option in the United States. The first, and what looks like the best, option, is a company called Draisinentour. It utilizes ...
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Can I participate in rail biking without my own equipment or experience?

This is a supplement to @Ken Graham's excellent in-depth answer. It's an expansion on a link he referenced in his second picture, which seems to perfectly fit the criteria you're seeking. The ...
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Walking through an active railway tunnel during a long distance walk

Having been dumb enough to try this (albeit with a 500m tunnel), I will mention a few drawbacks: Trains going downhill make very little noise, and tunnel rails are often specially damped, so you will ...
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Are there any Draisines-Railbike Companies that have wheelchair accessibility?

It seems that that there is at least one company that has wheelchair accessibility for railbike riding. It is in Belgium as can be seen here. Biking on rails: it is not an activity we do in the UK ...
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