Kirk Williams, like every other Coloradan it seems, is outfitting a van. But he has particular requirements beyond four-wheel drive and a bunk for sleeping. For one, he won’t be using the foot pedals in his Ford Transit. Williams, 30, broke his neck eight years ago in a mountain bike crash that left him paralyzed from the neck down with just a little feeling in his hands. He’s gone to Burning Man, zip lined in Costa Rica, traveled solo in Europe and played in wheelchair rugby tournaments nationwide.