Yesterday in Colorado, Adaptive Adventures Cycling picked up six adult and two youth foot pedal trikes to add to their collection of cycles they use as part of their recreational adaptive cycling program.
The new tricycles will be used as part of Adaptive Adventures Cycling’s upcoming 2015 programming. Upcoming events this month including a spring cycling training and fitness program in Arvada, Colorado, VA cycling programs in Denver and Albuquerque, New Mexico, recreational rides with the club.
Adaptive Adventures Cycling is part of Adaptive Adventures, a nonprofit based out of Colorado that was created in 1999. They run 200 programs each year, serving over 2,000 disability sportspeople. Many programs target specific groups including children, teens, adults, active duty and veteran service members. Most are built around social and recreational sport.