Veterans

Veterans and disabled members of the armed forces of all ages and abilities and their family and friends are invited to join All Out Adventures for our cycling program. Whether you're new to cycling, returning from a long absence, or already an expert, we have a wide variety of equipment that can be fitted to your needs. Come to the programs to get outside and enjoy the sun, fresh air and exercise!

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Cycling

Our cycling includes the use of stable recumbent tricycles, hand-powered cycles, tandem tricycles and bicycles, a wheelchair tandem, as well as traditional two-wheeled bikes with added back support. The bikes and trikes can be sized and adapted to individual needs. The cycling programs will take place at the VA hospital campus in Leeds, as well as nearby Look Park and on the Norwottuck Rail Trail in Hadley, MA.

Contact and Registering
All program sites are wheelchair accessible and our staff are trained in biking instruction, as well as wilderness first aid and have extensive experience in backcountry/therapeutic recreation. At all our programs we offer supportive services such as choosing and adapting the best bike for your size and abilities; assistance with transfers; tandem cycling companion if needed; staff will lead small groups in riding.

There is no charge for any program! All the necessary equipment is provided (such as helmets), but we recommend you bring water, a snack/lunch, sunscreen and wear clothing appropriate for the weather and activity.

Space is limited at the programs, so we ask that you pre-register by calling our office at 413-584-2052.
Specific equipment can be reserved ahead of time. You can also email us at info@alloutadventures.org

This program is funded by the Veterans Administration with support and cooperation from the VA in Leeds, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation's Universal Access Program, Look Park, and from donations from our participants.