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A wheel-good story for all involved

Published: The Lowell Sun, February 14, 2015 LOWELL — Inside the gym at Lowell High School, Katherine Solivan is enjoying a ride on a hand-driven bike. Along with other special-needs students, Solivan spent Wednesday afternoon enjoying bikes adapted for their need — three-wheelers, tandem bikes, recumbent bikes and more. Read full article >>  

Summer Sports Schedules Released

Northeast Passage’s summer adaptive sports schedules have been released – and some events are filling up! Please contact us at 603-862-0070 or to register for any of these events. Adaptive Golf Schedule Adaptive Kayak Schedule Adaptive Cycling Schedule Adaptive Water Ski Schedule  

Summer 2012 Cycling Schedule

June 16 & 17: RIDE Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, ME.  Meet us there to rent your adaptive cycle and spend the weekend riding the 45 miles of historic carriage roads! NEP Cycle Rental Fee: $25/day. Aug 8: RIDE the Windham Rail Trail in Windham, NH.  This scenic 4 mile paved section of trail traverses open and wooded areas and has been noted for its abundance wildlife! NEP Cycle […]

Lasher Sport ATH


The newest addition to Northeast Passage's handcyle fleet, the Lasher All Terrain Handcyle was built for use on and off the pavement.

Top End Lil’ Excelerator


From Top End: Stable and maneuverable, this kid-sized handcycle is safe for even the first-time handcyclist.

Top End Excelerator with Mountain Drive

Excelerator with Mountain Drive

Stable, maneuverable, and easy to transfer into and out of, the Excelerator can go up to 15 mph. When engaged, the mountain drive creates a subset of climbing gears.

Top End XLT Pro


The Top End XLT Pro is our most popular bike. It is highly versatile and adjustable - great for long distance, diverse cycling. The back wheels quick-release for easier transportation and storage.

XLT Junior (Handcycle)

XLT Junior

The Top End XLT Jr. is a recumbent handcycle built just for kids. Easy to operate, this handcycle has 7 speeds and an aluminum frame. Quick-release wheels make it easier to transport and store.

One Off Ti

One Off

Similar to a mountain bike, the One-off is an off-road, all terrain handcycle.

Top End Excelerator

Top End Excelerator

Stable, maneuverable, and easy to transfer into and out of, the Excelerator can go up to 15 mph.

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