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Twin Cities Adaptive Cycling

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TCAC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to enhance independence and build community through outdoor adaptive cycling.  They make cycling a more accessible sport and recreational activity for people with disabilities, by operating an adaptive cycling "drop-in" center on the Minneapolis Greenway.  Here, they have a variety of styles of adaptive cycles available for use including recumbent foot trikes, handcycles, and tandems.
 
If you are you new to cycling, TCAC's knowledgeable staff and volunteers will assist in identifying the most appropriate cycle and equipment, and provide training so you can get out and ride on the Greenway and other Twin Cities cycling trails.  If you are a seasoned rider, their program can provide you with low-cost equipment use and riding support. 
 
TCAC is open Tuesdays 1 pm - 7 pm and Saturdays 10 am - 3 pm.  The first ride is Free, and thereafter they offer a "Daily Rate" of $10 or a "Season Pass" for $50 (good through October).  Their program is located on the Minneapolis Greenway & the intersection of 5th Ave South in the parking lot of "City Kid Farm" (2841 5th Ave. South)
 
Have questions?  Want to sign up?  Visit online tcacycling.org or call 612-423-4681.

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