Programs To Educate All Cyclists

PEAC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Ypsilanti, Michigan and our mission is to empower individuals with disabilities through cycling, active transportation, and self-advocacy education. We believe that biking and alternative modes of transportation play a critical role in increasing community access, fostering social involvement & self-esteem, and promoting healthy lifestyles among individuals with disabilities.  We at PEAC know that everyone can ride.

Celebration of Cycling – September 9th

Join us for the 25th Annual Celebration of Cycling. We want to know what YOU are celebrating with your ride? Are you celebrating a loved one who has passed? Maybe your first century ride? Are you celebrating the accomplishments of our Summer Program Students? Or are you just celebrating your love of cycling? We want you to come celebrate with us!

The Celebration of Cycling is an annual bike ride that directly supports PEAC’s Summer Programming.

PEAC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that empowers individuals through cycling in by increasing community access, fostering social involvement and promoting healthy lifestyles.

Our seven week summer program provides all students, no matter their disability. This program is offered in Taylor, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Saline, Dexter, Farmington Hills and Toledo. Our unique methods meet the needs of each participant by working with parents and student to create and accomplish goals. Some goals include: learning to balance and ride a two-wheeled bike, riding a tandem with peers and riding in the community.

If you want to learn more about this event please visit: www.bikeprogram.org/celebration.

CofC Registration

Charles E Boyk Law Office is partnering with Wersell’s Bike Shop to hold its annual Bikes for Kids project where one deserving child is gifted a free bike, helmet and lock each week of the summer.

Kids can be nominated by anyone for any reason–whether that be for impacting his/her community in a positive way or for persevering in the face of adversity.

If you know a child who should be nominated, click here to fill out the submission form and tell us why you think this child should be chosen in 150 words or less!

As a bonus, if chosen as a winner, that child will also be invited to the WTOL studios to share their experience on the air!