Cycle Without Limits

Bike and Swim Camps

Our 2022 “Cycle without Limits” camp is FULL!

Please stay tuned for information about our 2023 Winter Bike Camp and Cycle without Limits summer camps!

 


“Cycle Without Limits” 2022 Winter Bike Camp

We are sad to announce that the 2022 Winter Bike Camp has been cancelled. Please stay tuned for information about upcoming camps. Stay safe and be well!

“Cycle Without Limits” Winter Bike Camp is an instructional program that teaches children with
disabilities how to ride conventional two-wheeled bicycles. This camp is offered over four days and is held at the Sonoma State University, co-sponsored by United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay and Sonoma State University.

Questions? Please email Jen Whalen, UCPNB Director of Community Programs;
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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Jen Whalen, Director
Steve Gatlin, Manager
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