— David L. Jaffe
Instructor of Assistive Technology Course,
The film will be an excellent teaching tool in creative writing courses because of its clever shaping of a compelling narrative via spoken words, and in technical filmmaking courses as well as environmental studies programs and programs of disability studies. It touches on a range of crucial policy issues, such as disability accommodations and funding for state and national parks. The many potential educational uses for 4 Wheel Bob pale, however, beside its value as a stand-alone work of meticulous understanding: a fully humane work that moves and instructs us with every image.
— Robert Roper,
Emeritus Professor, The Writing Seminars, Johns Hopkins University, and author of Fatal Mountaineer, Now the Drum of War, Nabokov in America and other works in American Cultural Studies