Twin Cities Adaptive Cycling

A nonprofit organization

$1,900 raised by 18 donors

48% complete

$4,000 Goal

Twin Cities Adaptive Cycling (TCAC) is a community-based adaptive cycling program for youth and adults with disabilities.   We create opportunities for individuals with disabilities to bicycle by offering regular access to our fleet of 35 adaptive bicycles 3 days per week, instruction on bicycle operation for those who are new to cycling, volunteer riding support on the bike trails, and volunteer tandem pilots for individuals who are visually or cognitively impaired.  

We have found that regular participation in cycling can lead to improved physical and mental health, greater independence, and empower individuals with disabilities to take new risks and expand from their cycling experiences into their life choices. 

In 2022, we facilitated over 600 bike rides for individuals with disabilities in our community.  Please consider making  a contribution today to support adaptive cycling in our community -- a gift in any amount helps. Together, let’s continue to ensure that youth and adults with disabilities in the Twin Cities community have regular access to biking to support physical health and social well being. 

We thank you for your generosity and support!

-Caito Bowles-Roth, TCAC Executive Director & Co-Founder

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Twin Cities Adaptive Cycling

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Education Health Community


2840 South 5th Avenue

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