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Organizations Offering Adaptive Cycling

The organizations listed offer adaptive cycling through programs, free bike loans, and/or events. Visit their web sites to learn more.

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Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center  |

Address: 5031 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ

Offers: Adaptive cycling programs and outdoor programs

Phoenix non-profit that serves people with disabilities and promotes independence and self advocacy. Ability360 is a Center for Independent Living (CIL) run by people with disabilities, for people with disabilities to address needs and barriers within the community. 

BORP Adaptive Sports and Recreation


Address: 80 Bolivar Dr., Berkeley, CA 94710

Offers: adaptive bicycle rentals, adaptive cycling programs

The BORP Adaptive Cycling Center hosts one of the largest collections of adaptive bikes in the world, including handcycles, recumbent bikes, side-by-side tandems, and other models. The Center serves children, youth and adults with physical disabilities and visual impairments, as well as their family and friends. The Center is located near a quiet bike path in Aquatic Park, which connects with the San Francisco Bay Trail, allowing extensive cycling opportunities. Adaptive cycling means that everyone, regardless of physical disability, can engage in exhilarating exercise while experiencing the beauty and inspiration of the outdoors. BORP offers a Cycling program in San Francisco every summer.

Challenged Athletes Foundation
CAF Cycling Club  |

Address: 9591 Waples St. San Diego, CA 92121

Offers: Adaptive cycling programs, Learn to ride bike camps, Funding to help riders obtain adaptive bicycles

The CAF Cycling Club is a year-round local club in San Diego and the NorCal Bay Area and Idaho. CAF Cycling Club provides the opportunity for both athletes with and without physical disabilities to ride their bikes anywhere in the world and be a part of #TeamCAF; expanding our community, connection, and commitment to CAF athletes.

Adaptive Adventures

Address: 9053 Harlan St, Suite 34, Westminster CO 80031

Offers: adaptive cycling programs, lean to ride bike camps


Provides progressive outdoor sports opportunities to improve quality of life for children, adults and veterans with physical disabilities and their families. Adaptive Adventures offers adaptive cycling programs and learn to ride bike camps as well as being a mobile sports program that provides or supports adaptive sports programming in over 30 states and territories.

Kids Mobility Network

Address: 7390 S. Fraser Street, Unit A, Centennial, CO 80112

Offers: adaptive bicycle sales, custom bike builds, funding to help riders obtain adaptive bicycles

Kids Mobility Network provides a variety of adaptive tricycles, tandems, recumbent trikes, delta trikes and recumbent quad cycles. Their full-service offering provides assessment, configuration, logistics, assembly, fitting, and funding to help children and adults with disabilities acquire the best cycle for their individual needs. Kids Mobility Network has been serving families with disabilities for 20 years, providing hundreds of adaptive and therapeutic cycling solutions. While based in Colorado, they serve families across the United States.

STARS Adaptive Recreation

Address: 35465 Highway 40, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477

Offers: Adaptive cycling programs and outdoor programs

STARS' mission is to enrich and empower lives through adaptive recreational activities. They offer a wide range of programs including cycling, downhill skiing, hiking, horseback riding, water sports, fishing, camping, and more. The power of their adaptive recreation lies in its ability to break down barriers, build confidence, and create opportunities for participants to explore their full potential - regardless of their physical or cognitive limitations.

Gaylord Hospital Sports Association


The Gaylord Sports Association is dedicated to improving the lives of persons with physical disabilities through adaptive sports, recreation and fitness.

CAF Cycling Club Idaho

The CAF Cycling Club is a year-round local club in San Diego and the NorCal Bay Area and Idaho. CAF Cycling Club provides the opportunity for both athletes with and without physical disabilities to ride their bikes anywhere in the world and be a part of #TeamCAF; expanding our community, connection, and commitment to CAF athletes. 

Glide Clines | CONTACT

A socially-responsible company offering recumbent cycling support.

Joy 2 Ride Benzie | Benzie County

Joy 2 Ride is a 501(c)3 non profit organization offering a FREE Community Service that offers bike rides to those that can not ride an bike, along the beautiful Betsie Valley Trail in Benzie County! We have two modified wheelchair bikes and trained volunteers to drive and ride along! Ideal for elderly, disabled either permanently or temporarily from illness, and those of any age. 

Burke Rehabilitation Hospital - Adaptive Sports & Therapeutic Recreation


Address: 785 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605

Free seasonal sports programs including hand cycling.


Rolling Horse  |  905.631.0222

Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Free bike loan of The Buddy Bike rear seat steering tandem bicycle for riders with special needs. 

Ageless Bicyclists Ltd. | CONTACT

Adaptive bicycle sales, adaptive cycling programs, learn to ride bike camps

Location: Mainly at NParks and Park Connected Network (PCN)

Ageless Bicyclists Ltd creates healthy lifestyle programs, workshops (recreational inclusive cycling, exercises, arts, and family bonding retreats) for silver communities, youths, different abilities/ASD persons and families. ABL also organizes community events with volunteers and partners catering to different abilities group locally and overseas. We are a team with creative souls and are uniquely passionate about what we do.

Charlotte's Tandems

Online and mobile service throughout the UK

Free tandem hire in the UK to anyone with a disability or additional need. Free adaptive bike loans of tandems and tag-alongs to (and only to) people with disabilities or additional needs, who are unable to ride a bike safely on their own, so that they can enjoy the wonders of cycling.

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