PEAC is a national leader in the field of teaching individuals with disabilities cycling skills. We work with all individuals, regardless of their disability, and firmly believe everyone can learn to ride. We offer cycling skills classes for children and adults, active transportation training through the public schools, group rides and personalized assistance to meet the needs and abilities of all cyclists. PEAC is an advocate for individuals with disabilities locally and at the state and national levels and we encourage our students/program users to become strong advocates for themselves through our newly developed advocate training program.
This program empowers individuals with disabilities through cycling. The program is structured to help individuals with disabilities identify and achieve cycling goals. We believe Everyone Can Ride
Active Transportation Initiative
This program works with high school and post-secondary students fostering independence and empowers students with disabilities by providing pedestrian & cycling safety education, and fixed route training.
This program pairs sighted tandem captains with blind/visually impaired tandem stokers. 2×2 allows people with visual impairments the opportunity to cycle regularly.
Every Thursday evening May-October, families gather at Willow Metropark to go on a group ride through the trails at the park.
Our private lessons are designed to work one-on-one with students who are working toward their cycling goals.