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Stolen Bike Alert! A Unique Family Tandem Stolen at Lincoln Park Zoo

Stolen Bike Alert! A Unique Family Tandem Stolen at Lincoln Park Zoo

These are the kind of posts I hate to write – I despise bike thieves and I feel horrible every time I read about a bike being stolen.  A father and his daughter rode to the Lincoln Park Zoo on the 23rd and when they came out their bike was missing.  This is a rare […]

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Colorado Bike to School Day Includes Adaptive Riders!

Colorado Bike to School Day Includes Adaptive Riders!

Last week, Heatherwood Elementary School – part of the Boulder Valley School District -held their annual Bike to School Day. With a little help from the folks at Assisted Cycling Tours and Boulder Cycle Sports, they had enough tandems and trikes for special needs kids to bike to school with their parents and friends. The […]

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Chicago-area Project Mobility Gets a write-up in Momentum Magazine

Chicago-area Project Mobility Gets a write-up in Momentum Magazine

Today I’m posting about a recent article on the Momentum Magazine site about adaptive bike designer Hal Honeyman who is also the owner of The Bike Rack out in St. Charles IL, and founder of Project Mobility. We bought the bike for Little Ding from The Bike Rack, and have attended a couple events where […]

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A Bakery Celebrates Ten Years in Business with a Project Mobility Fundraiser

A Bakery Celebrates Ten Years in Business with a Project Mobility Fundraiser

If you’re out near suburban St. Charles Illinois on Monday (2/28)  stop by the Sweet Tomatoes bakery on Main Street. They are celebrating ten years of business with a fundraiser for Project Mobility – the charitable arm of the Creative Mobility adaptive bike business. Project Mobility supports outreach programs to bring adaptive cycling to more […]

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Bike Review: Rifton Adaptive Trikes for Kids

Bike Review: Rifton Adaptive Trikes for Kids

While the Rifton is a similar kind of trike, there are a few elements that make it stand out from the Freedom Concepts trikes, and it is a little less expensive as well.

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Up Close With Some Adaptive Bikes For Kids

Up Close With Some Adaptive Bikes For Kids

Little Ding is doing a new round of physical therapy at the RIC (Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago) and while we were waiting to start his session the other night we decided to check out a couple of the Freedom Concepts adaptive trikes they keep around to use as part of therapy.  The RIC is a […]

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An Amazing Donation of an Amazing Bike

One of the many great things about the adaptive bikes that I wrote about on Tuesday – JoRide Bikes – is that they are pretty affordable.  Adaptive bikes can be very expensive – some cost as must as $2500!  And that’s for a child’s bike that may well be outgrown.  JoRide Bikes aren’t going to […]

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