Cycling

Adaptive Cycling Program

The BORP Adaptive Cycling Center in Berkeley 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.

Visiting the Cycling Center

Visitors to the Cycling Center must make an appointment. For newcomers, our friendly staff and volunteers help find the right bike and fit that works for you.

BORP Adaptive Cycling Center open hours: Thursday – Saturday, 9am to 5pm by appointment

Address: 80 Bolivar Drive, Berkeley, CA 94710

To make an appointment or for more information, contact cycling@borp.org or 510-848-2930.

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San Francisco Adaptive Cycling Program

April-November 5th
Time: 1pm-4pm Reservations Required, all bike reservations must be made before 5pm on the Thursday before.

Locations:
1) Golden Gate Park Behind the Bandshell – 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month, as well as the 5th Saturday in October.
2) The Great Highway at Judah – 2nd & 4th Saturday of the Month
*No program is offered on the fifth Saturday of the month.

to register contact 510-848-2930 or greg@adaptivecycles.com

 

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BORP’s cycles are available for single-day/hourly use during open hours for people with disabilities cycling from and back to the cycling center. Usage is free, but we welcome donations. BORP does not sell adaptive bikes or make them available for take-away rental.

Bring Adaptive Cycling to Your Organization

BORP also provides custom programs serving schools, nonprofits, and providers of services for people with disabilities. These can be delivered at our site, or at off-site locations. Contact cycling@borp.org or 510-848-2930 for more information.

Become a Member of BORP’s Cycling Center today!

BORP relies on the support of participants, their families and the larger community to keep our services available. We encourage users of the BORP Adaptive Cycling Center, their friends and family to join the Center’s membership program. Donations directly support our cycling program. Suggested membership donation is $100, but please give at whatever level you can.
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