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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please join this FREE cycling activity and experience the freedom and rehabilitation benefits it brings!