Hey MSers, if you have difficulty walking or fatigue easily but still want to get around on your own locally to run errands, get some exercise, etc., consider picking up an adult tricycle. Pic attached is of me and Miss Lemon, a Schwinn 1973 Town & Country TriWheeler. Miss Lemon was a garage trike I picked up cheap and reconditioned earlier this year, total cost once reconditioned = $300.
The 3-wheel format gets rid of balance issues that bicycles present, and allows you to stay seated for starts and stops. And if you get drop foot in one leg like I do after a few hundred steps, you can let your lame leg "freeload" as you pedal around on the strength of your good leg.
This tool changed my daily unassisted mobility range from 1/2 mile walking to 5, 10, even 15 miles on a good day and lets me run small errands on my own and on my schedule. The rear trike basket is perfect for hauling groceries, boxes to the post office, gifts for friends, etc.
Feel free to drop me a line and pics of you and your trike. I love to hear tales from other trikers adapting to MS's challenges.