1. I think I need an adapted bicycle – where can I find one?
  2. Where can I find help to purchase an adapted cycle?
  3. Are there community rides that would be well suited for adapted bikes?
    • Yes, Cycle St. Louis and Trailnet have partnered to create an “inclusive” ride calendar. Every Trailnet ride will have a short course where cyclists can turn around at any time. In addition, Cycle St. Louis participants and their helpers will receive free rides by using a special code when registering. Email Cycle St. Louis at CycleSTLpartnership@gmail.com to obtain the FREE ride code. Trailnet rides can be found here,
  4. How do I determine what adapted bicycle is best suited for me?
    • Coming soon
  5. Are there adapted bicycles available to try out or rent?
    • The Bike Stop Cafe located at 701 S. Riverside Drive, St. Charles, MO 63301 has several cycles available for rent, including hand cycles and a wheel chair trike. See this link to reserve a cycle or call (636) 724-9900.
  6. Other than community rides, where are safe places to ride in the St. Louis area?
    • Our region is blessed to have 128 miles of Greenways, which are safe places to ride for everyone. For area maps and the latest information on new and enhanced greenways, visit Great River
      Greenway’s website.
  7. Are there training programs for tandem captains/pilots?
  8. How do I locate resources in our region for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities?
    • IDDHelp provides information on agencies in the St. Louis Region that provide services to people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. They serve as a centralized, coordinated system to help people not only understand the options that are available, but how to successfully access them. See this link for their website.
    • https://iddhelp.org/start2_v3.asp