Cycling, adaptive - Northland
Cycling is a sport for individuals with varying disabilities. Bring your own bike or use one of our tandem bicycles, hand cycles or recumbent trikes. Instructors are ready to assist you how to ride in safe, fun, and an efficient way. This is a great activity to get you outside, getting exercise, and meeting new people.
Kick it into gear with us each summer as we pedal around Duluth.
NOTE: This class is also offered at our Twin Cities location.
What it is
Adaptive cycling gives you a low-impact cardiovascular workout. It can also help improve your coordination, balance and strength. We have a variety of bikes including handcycles, recumbent trikes and tandems. We meet up for weekly rides on the Eastern Lakewalk Trail.
Who it is for
Adaptive cycling is a sport for people with varying abilities.
What to expect
Our instructors are ready to assist you as you learn to ride in a safe, fun and efficient way.
Good to know
Bring your own bike or use one of our tandem bicycles, hand cycles or recumbent trikes.
Helmets are required.
Trouble logging in or registering?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-241-3820.
Share your skills and your love of sports with our programs by volunteering.
Contact Beth at elizabeth.Albrecht2@allina.com or 218-726-4834.
For information and to register
See registration link for fee information.
No participant will be turned away due to financial hardships. Cost sharing and scholarships are available. Contact the CKRIsportsrecreation@allina.com for more information.
What to bring
- helmets (required)
- close-toe shoes
- a water bottle