Give back by helping those with disabilities Ride Bikes

I have personally worked with this organization and they helped bring cycling to our neighborhood school to kids in need. It was a heart warming experience. The joy of doing what nearly every kids does, ride bikes, is one that should be offered to all. In this season of giving please consider giving back. This Sunday, Nov 18th, Assisted Cycling Tours will be hosting a Clinic Wheat Ridge.

From Assisted Cycling Tours below

Are you interested in getting more active cycling or just want to ride with others with disabilities? Assisted Cycling Tours is offering a two-hour demonstration on adaptive cycling and bicycle safety as well as a ride to get you started in the right direction.

Clinics are for people who have never/rarely ridden or for people who have not
ridden a bicycle in a long time (beginner stage). Clinics include bike fittings, bike safety discussion, practice session followed by an approximate 5 mile ride. ACT will provide tandem bikes and up to 4 hand cycles and food/snacks as well. Our Rides are for people who have ridden before or are capable of riding up to 20 miles (Intermediate ride), either alone or with someone else. Rides include a bike fitting are approximately 15 miles and also includes the use of one of our tandems or hand cycles. We will also be providing the food, drinks and snacks.

DATE: November 18

WHERE: Anderson Park, 44th and Field St., Wheat Ridge

HOW MUCH: $20 Per Family (or $5 per person), Food, drinks, snacks, and one adaptive bike is included.

WHAT DO I NEED: Bring yourself, bike gloves and a water bottle. ACT will be providing tandem bikes, up to 4 hand cycles, and helmets. If you’re not riding on a tandem, please bring your own bicycle. We will be providing tandems & hand cycles only.

If you cannot ride independently, you are still welcome to attend and we can provide a captain for the tandem.

RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY – PLEASE RSVP to Bob Matter at 303 578-2281 or reservations@assistedcyclingtours.org.

(11:30 am to 2:30 pm)

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