Each year, Northeast Passage runs more than 15 events to introduce people with disabilities to the options they have for cycling. Many participants have never been on a bike or have never found one that works for them. For others, it has been years since they have had the opportunity to ride.
The Adaptive Cycling program offers participants the support necessary to cycle with friends and family. Each year, Northeast Passage hosts introductory clinics and organized group rides, as well as individual consultations for individuals with disabilities.
Northeast Passage has skilled instructors, avid cyclists of all abilities as volunteers and more than 40 different adapted cycles to fit each individual’s needs. As Bike-On.com’s demo site, all cycles are available for rent and use during program time. From tandems to recumbents and handcycles, Northeast Passage’s staff can assist in identifying the appropriate cycle, make recommendations and adjustments so you can get out and ride!
Take the challenge! Join Northeast Passage for the Three Notch Century, a scenic 100 mile bike ride through the White Mountains in New Hampshire. This is your opportunity to test yourself, meet new people and raise money and awareness for Northeast Passage. Take the challenge in one, two or three days. This event is appropriate for both bicyclists and handcyclists.
Visit www.threenotchcentury.org for more information.
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Private instruction is available upon request/availability. Call Northeast Passage (603-862-0070) if you are interested in a private lesson or equipment demo.