Cycling How about some pedal power as a competitive sport or a leisurely ride with family or friends? There are all kinds of different bikes and trikes and adaptive bike equipment to put cycling on your list of "must try's". Adapted bikes come in all shapes and sizes, from bicycles-built-for-two for blind and visually impaired riders to handcycles for those with mobility impairments. Trikes are great for those with balance issues.

If competitive cycling is more your speed, there are competitions in road events, pursuit, sprint and individual time trials. For introductory and competitive programs visit the Ontario Cycling Association website.

All Sports All People

315 Crawford Street Orillia L3V 1K2

Shelley Gautier Para-Sport Foundation

701 King Street West, Unit 507, Toronto M5V 2W7

Tandem Eyes


Trailblazers Tandem Cycling Club

7143 Delmonte Crescent Mississauga L4T 3L4

Windsor Blind Tandem Cycling Club

126 Marlin Avenue Windsor N8W 2B3