Guided Adaptive Cycling Starts Dec. 2018 – Spring 2019

2016 SFS cycling group

Guided adaptive cycling is back in Tucson starting December 27th!

Spokes Fighting Strokes (SFS) adaptive cycling will be at Curtis Park every Wednesday at 11:00 am starting December 27th. Directions for Curtis Park: 2110 W. Curtis Rd, Tucson AZ, 85705, south of the major intersection of La Cholla and River Rd. 

Stroke survivors will be provided a state-of-the-art tricycle that will be adapted to your own needs.  The guided rides are along the paved, no-traffic river path.  Your cycling guides will include SFS founder and stroke survivor Dan Zimmerman and University of Arizona students.  

This fantastic offering is free of charge but requires a RSVP.  A week before you arrive, please email dan@spokesfightingstrokes.org with your name, height, weight, and what side (arm or leg) your stroke might have affected.  All abilities and cycling experiences can be accommodated.  Please email Dan dan@spokesfightingstrokes.org with any questions.

Please join this FREE cycling activity and experience the freedom and rehabilitation benefits it brings!

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