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AmTryke Adaptive Bikes – Big Therapeutic Benefits

AmTryke Adaptive Bikes – Big Therapeutic Benefits

I try to keep up my extensive list of the different types of adaptive bikes available for kids on my blog,  and I’m always looking for an opportunity to check one out in person – usually with the help of our young rider LD to get the most expert kid-sized advice.   Recently,  Stacy from […]

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Adaptive Bikes for Kids – Recent Great Stories

Adaptive Bikes for Kids – Recent Great Stories

  The Pittsburgh  branch of Variety Children’s Charity launched a “My Bike” Program in November to get adaptive bikes to special needs kids. They’re looking for more kids who will be as ecstatic as this 13-year old with Spina Bifida was, to have a bike they can ride on their more.  An organization called Preston’s March is “continuing its […]

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Another Happy Cycling Kid Thanks to the Variety Children’s Charity

Another Happy Cycling Kid Thanks to the Variety Children’s Charity

Thanks to groups like Variety – the Children’s Charity., kids who need expensive adaptive bikes can get access to them.

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Cerebral Palsy Has Nothing On This Biking Kid

Cerebral Palsy Has Nothing On This Biking Kid

A look back over the the various adaptive bikes we’ve had for our young rider, and the progress and biking skills he’s gained along the way.

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The Coolest Adaptive Trike Ever!

The Coolest Adaptive Trike Ever!

As you probably know,  when I started this blog, I was researching adaptive bike options for the youngest rider in our family – LD, aka “Little Ding”.   We discovered the folks at the The Bike Rack in St. Charles IL, who run Creative Mobility -they specialize in providing the right equipment needs for adaptive […]

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Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Assoc: Looking For Program Director

Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Assoc: Looking For Program Director

The Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association – headquartered in Lake Forest Illinois, is looking for a full-time Program Director.   If you are unfamiliar with GLASA, you should check our their website or facebook page to learn more about their mission, and recently, some of the paralympic athletes they support.  The  mission of GLASA  is  “to promote and support […]

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A Family Biking & Adaptive Sailing Saturday

A Family Biking & Adaptive Sailing Saturday

The weekend before last we hopped on our bikes and rode down over to Burnham Harbor near Soldier Field for an opportunity to check out an adaptive sailing program that offers lessons and competitions for kids and adults. It was a great day for a bike ride in the city! We rode through the loop […]

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