Only a few spots left for iCan Bike summer program


Instructors are teaching up to 30 individuals with disabilities how to ride a conventional bike.

Each year, the Topeka nonprofit organization Easterseals Capper Foundation hosts the 5-day long “iCan Bike’ camp.

The camp provides each camper with 75 minutes of instruction each day using a series of adapted bikes and techniques. The week-long effort results in the camp participants gaining a skill that allows them to ride with peers and gives them a new found sense of freedom, independence and confidence.
To apply for the program, participants must meet the following criteria:

  • Have a disability.
  • Be at least eight years old.
  • Have a minimum inseam of 20 inches.
  • Weigh less than 220 pounds.
  • Be able to walk without assistive devices.
  • Be able to side-step to both sides.
  • Be able and willing to wear a properly fitted helmet.
  • Must be able to attend all five days of the program.

To sign up, click here. 

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