OAS offers community cycling programs and support for cycling events for a wide range of people with disabilities in a throughout Central Oregon. Our staff and volunteers are trained to work with specialized cycling equipment and can support rides with varying degrees of duration or challenge. OAS also has trained tandem captains for riders with visual impairments.
Come join OAS for our community cycling program at Pine Nursery Park every Wednesday evening and Saturday morning from June through the end of August. To view the cycling schedule and register in advance, visit our Events Page.Athlete Registration
Rates and Fees
Thanks to the generous support of the OAS community, all community cycling programs are free of charge.
Adaptive sports are a unique experience for each individual. The following information is intended to give you a broad understanding of the adaptive disciplines we instruct and some of the equipment that is used in each of them. There are many adaptations and variations within each discipline.
Adaptive Cycling Equipment
Adaptive On-Road Handcycles and Recumbents
Handcycles work well for those athletes with limited leg strength or mobility. The pedals usually operated by the legs/feet are designed so that they be operated by the hands/arms instead. These bikes are usually configured in a recumbent or sitting position.
OAS On Road Fleet Includes:
Freedom Ryder FRH-1
Top End Force 2
Top End Excelerator
Top End Excelerator XLT
Kids – Quickie
A tandem cycle is a cycle built for two individuals where the “captain” pilots the tandem bicycle, typically managing the steering and brakes. The “stoker” assists with pedaling. Tandem bikes are a good option for people with visual impairments or disabilities affecting balance.
OAS Fleet Includes:
Hase Pino (recumbent in front)