Adaptive Bikeshare in San Francisco Launches this Week through November

Dear Colleagues and Community Members,

Bay Wheels and BORP Adaptive Sports are thrilled to announce that handcycles and trikes for people with disabilities will, for the first time, be available on a regular schedule for use in San Francisco.  We are especially excited to offer these adaptive cycles in Golden Gate Park during the weekly Sunday street closures when the park’s roads are transformed into a community celebration of mobility.  The program will include handcycles, adaptive trikes, and a side-by-side tandem bike.  Staff from BORP, the region’s leading provider of accessible recreation and adaptive sports for people with mobility-related disabilities, will be on-hand to fit, train, and assist riders on how to use the adaptive cycles.  The program starts July 28 and will run every Sunday through November in Golden Gate Park from 11 am – 4 pm. 

About Bay Wheels

The Bay Wheels system, operated by Lyft, is an integral part of the Bay Area’s transportation network. With more than 300 stations and nearly 4,000 bikes on the ground across San Francisco, San Jose, Berkeley, Oakland, and Emeryville, the system has generated over three million rides since launching in June 2017.

About Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program (BORP)

BORP Adaptive Sports provides challenging sports and recreation for people with disabilities of all ages and from all over the San Francisco Bay Area. BORP’s Adaptive Cycling Center in Berkeley has over 50 different types of adaptive cycles and has been breaking down barriers to Cycling for people with disabilities for 15 years.

For More Information Please Contact

Greg Milano at BORP (415)271-0647 or