Cycle Without Limits

Bike and Swim Camps

We are sorry to announce that due to COVID-19, bike and swim camps has been canceled.


“Cycle Without Limits” 2020 Summer Bike/Swim Camp

June 15-19, 2020
Monday – Friday 
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Avenue Rohnert Park, CA 94928
Cost: $425.00

Download 2020 Summer Bike/Swim Camp Flyer

Download 2020 Summer Bike/Swim Camp Registration

Bike Camp only (No Swim) Cost: $300

Download 2020 Summer Bike Camp Registration


“Cycle Without Limits” 2020 Winter Bike Camp

January 17-20, 2020
Friday – Monday
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Avenue Rohnert Park, CA 94928
Cost: $300.00
(Includes optional Refresher/Extra Practice Day on Sunday, February 9, 2020)

Download 2020 Winter Bike Camp Flyer

Download Winter Camp Registration 2020

PLEASE SCAN, MAIL, OR FAX FORMS AND CHECK TO:

UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF THE NORTH BAY
ATTN: JEN WHALEN
3835 CYPRESS DRIVE, PETALUMA, CA 94954

Make checks payable to: UCPNB
Payable on or before the first day of camp

Limited Scholarships Available – Please contact Cypress School for more information.

Questions? Please email Jen Whalen, UCPNB Community Relations Director;
jwhalen@ucpnb.org or use our contact form here.

 


Check out our one-of-a-kind “Cycle Without Limits” Bike:

A special thanks to Dennis Blong – the architect who designed and built the fleet.

Our new design uses air cylinders to gently cushion the rider while keeping the rider safely upright.  As the rider’s skill develops over the course of the camp, we gradually reduce the air pressure until the rider is riding on his/her own.  Our bike mechanic and floor director make the necessary adjustments and guide the riders as they progress.  Each rider has a 1:1, sometimes 2:1 camp counselor who is at his/her side while on the bike and can make any necessary adjustments to the air pressure as they gain confidence riding around the Sonoma State University gymnasium.

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UCP of the North Bay Program Stories: WineBev Services

Laressa has been working at WineBev Services since 2016. Although she is a hard worker and very detail oriented in production, she has always wanted to work in the community, independently. Since the beginning of the pandemic and the temporary closure of our WineBev Services program, Laressa set a goal of attaining a job in the retail field. She independently applied for a number of positions and was hired at Walmart in November. Our Supported Employment program in Napa has assisted her in registering with Department of Rehabilitation, so that she will be able to have a Job Coach to support her in her new position. As well as working at Walmart, she continues to attend employment related Zoom classes through our WBS program. In time, Laressa has stated that she wants to save up so that she can take a vacation to Hawaii, a dream she has had for many years. We are proud of Laressa’s growth, self-advocacy, and positive attitude that has helped her achieve her goals. WineBev Services will continue to support her as she moves forward in her life.
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UCP of the North Bay Program Stories: WineBev Services

Laressa has been working at WineBev Services since 2016. Although she is a hard worker and very detail oriented in production, she has always wanted to work in the community, independently. Since the beginning of the pandemic and the temporary closure of our WineBev Services program, Laressa set a goal of attaining a job in the retail field. She independently applied for a number of positions and was hired at Walmart in November. Our Supported Employment program in Napa has assisted her in registering with Department of Rehabilitation, so that she will be able to have a Job Coach to support her in her new position. As well as working at Walmart, she continues to attend employment related Zoom classes through our WBS program. In time, Laressa has stated that she wants to save up so that she can take a vacation to Hawaii, a dream she has had for many years. We are proud of Laressa’s growth, self-advocacy, and positive attitude that has helped her achieve her goals. WineBev Services will continue to support her as she moves forward in her life.

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Bravo on her hard work and working toward her goals!! 💜

Biking again! It was so fun being out with friends riding around with the famous Walt, Elaine and Penny! See MoreSee Less

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Community Relations

Jen Whalen, Director
Steve Gatlin, Manager
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Administrative Office

1425 N. McDowell Blvd, Suite 115
Petaluma, CA 94954
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