Join the SFMTA, Mayor’s Office of Disability, Department of Aging and Adult Services, Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP) and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition for an Adaptive Cycling event on June 9, 2013. Adults and youth with physical disabilities will be able to test and ride bicycles at the Sunday Streets.
BORP has the country’s largest and most diverse collection of bicycles for use by people with physical disabilities and will offer orientation and training to new riders and allow use of their bicycles on the Sunday Streets route. Handcycles, tandems, recumbent trikes, and therapeutic trikes will be available in adult and youth sizes.
Take Muni to the event. Accessible transit provided via Muni’s T Third, 22 Fillmore and 48 Quintara lines.
When: June 9, 2013 | Drop-in from 11AM-4PM
Where: Sunday Streets – Indiana at 19th Street
The event is free.