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Welcome to The Adaptive Cycling Foundation

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The Adaptive Cycling Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that has manufactured and supplied adapted bikes and events for many of our injured service members and first responders, or Heroes. Heroes who cannot ride a normal bike due to mobility restrictions, limb loss, balance issues and any other restrictions caused by their injuries. Giving these Heroes a tool to help recover mentally and physically that they can now use in their daily lives and on events designed to support their recovery. We Create, We Adapt, We always have a solution and we Care. 

Founded in 2016 by Moro Cycling Inc. Est. 2006.

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The Adaptive Cycling Foundation and it's founder Scott Moro have been supplying bikes & parts as well as mentoring and working with talented engineering students at University of Dayton, along with QL+, on a voice-activated gear shifting system on a hand-cycle, specifically for retired veteran Sgt. Timothy Brown, and we are so proud to announce...IT WORKS!

This video of the first prototype from Dec 2018 has been on OPSEC hold until now and we are so excited to share the news.
Quite a lot has evolved with the system since then and in the coming semesters it will be refined, professionally packaged, and added to Tim’s bike. So stay tuned as soon you will witness some amazing inventions from the students, ACF and QL+ that can be used again and again for Injured Service Members.

To give support to this project, plus continuing and future projects please click this link https://adaptivecycling.kindful.com/?campaign=339414 Thank You!

Special thanks to Ryan Kronk, James Connair, Howard Evans, Matthew Huntington, Brian Ulinski, Haotian Liang and Amber Humphrey.

2018 Denmark Challenge

 In August of 2018, The Adaptive Cycling Foundation hosted Veterans from Denmark, Germany, Holland, Australia and the United States as well as an international team of support volunteers  to cycle 600 km through the Danish and German countryside. Most of the vets were wounded in Afghanistan, Iraq or Bosnia. Several suffered from Post Traumatic Stress. All bonded as brothers and sisters through the daily challenge and ultimate victory of cycling.  Watch the video and enjoy.

 

 The Denmark Challenge was created by the Danish Wounded Warriors in close coordination with the Adaptive Cycling Foundation and the governments of Denmark, Germany, and the United States. 

Josh Geddis receives his new custom handcycle

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Josh receives his new bike from the Adaptive Cycling Foundation with the help of the Navy Seal Foundation.

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Custom frame, paint, decals and integrated push bar and rear rollers.

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Off to race the Virginia State Criterium Championship

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Winner Winner! Josh wins the Virginia State Championships the day after receiving a new bike.

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Thank You Josh, for your service to our Freedom and for allowing us to build and supply you with this custom bike to continue your journey on

GREG JOHNSON'S BUILD

Check out this great video about Greg Johnson.

WE ARE HERE TO HELP

If you are an active-duty, or Veteran member of the military with mobility issues, or know of someone that could benefit from our services please reach out to us. 

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About Us

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Special Needs Cyclist? OK, Cool!

Riding a bike is awesome right? 

 It's the ultimate freedom and Rehab for your mind and body,  

and, anyone can do it!  

Well, what if it is hard for you to ride a bike because of physical limitations?  

YOU CHANGE THE BIKE, THAT'S WHAT!.

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HOW?

Simply by doing whatever needs to be done... No Limits! 

Whether it's a custom build from the ground up,  

adapting an existing bike to fit your needs,  

or ordering you a special bike from our partners  

"WE CAN DO IT!" O

ver 27 years experience in bicycle adapting and mechanics,  

13 years in Body Geometry fitting, and over  

10 years working with the injured Military community creating adaptive 

bikes for heroes,  there really isn't anything we can't do. 

As long as the charity can get it funded, we'll get you rolling

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So reach out, take a chance!

Email or call, whatever takes your fancy and let us know about your situation.

  We don't want your money...("Huh?") We are a non profit with a purpose 

to use our gained skills to help get those who serve us and want to ride, 

be able to ride. Whether it is for mental or physical rehab, 

to participate in organized events and rides, 

or to just make the seemingly impossible possible, 

Click away and I'll give you a bit of an idea on how we may be able to help you. 

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DO NOTHING?...NOTHING!                                       

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We love our supporters, so feel free to contact us to learn how you can help or to arrange for a visit.

Adaptive Cycling Foundation

Mechanicsburg, Ohio 43044, United States

adapt@adaptivecycling.org

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Sunday: Closed

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 The Denmark Challenge was created by the Danish Wounded Warriors in close coordination with the Adaptive Cycling Foundation and the governments of Denmark, Germany, and the United States.