Adaptive Cycling

Adaptive cycling, also known as inclusive cycling or para-cycling, is a form of cycling that is designed for individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities. Adaptive cycling involves the use of specialized bicycles or equipment that are modified to meet the unique needs of the rider.

Adaptive cycling can take many different forms, depending on the needs and abilities of the rider. Some examples of adaptive cycling include:

Adaptive cycling provides many benefits for individuals with disabilities, including improved physical fitness, increased independence, and greater social interaction. It is a popular recreational activity, as well as a competitive sport, with many countries fielding national teams and competing in international competitions such as the Paralympic Games.