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We promote health, community, and independence for people with disabilities and their family and friends through outdoor recreation.

Recumbent Trike
Sales & Service

We have many models of Catrike, TerraTrike and Trident Trikes here for you to test ride!  We can order any trike from those manufacturers.

While we welcome walk-ins, making an appointment for your visit ensures that we will be ready for you when you arrive. Please call us at 413.584.2052 or email to set up an appointment.

Year round programming

With a combination of well-trained staff and specialized equipment, our programs are designed to encourage people of all abilities to interact and enjoy the outdoors together together, providing opportunities to develop skills and share experiences in every season.

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Upcoming Events

May 1, 2018
  • Senior Cycling

    May 1, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    8 Railroad St, Hadley, MA 01035, USA

    Seniors (60+) are invited to join All Out Adventures for cycling. Whether you cycle regularly, are new to the sport, or getting back into it after a long absence, we have a a bike for you! We can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. 

    New this year, we will offer a guided group ride experience on the Norwotttuck Rail Trail. We will still provide cycles for individuals to take out on their own as well. 

    OPTION 1: Group Ride 10:30AM-12PM

    • Join All Out Adventures staff for a guided group ride along the Norwottuck Rail Trail. This is a social, "no-drop" ride, meaning the group will stay together and nobody will be left behind. 
    • Wheels roll at 10:30AM, so please arrive by 10:15 to sign in and get ready. 
    • Ride approximately 7- 12 miles at 5-10MPH average.  
    • This ride is for those who have cycled with us before and know which cycle works for them. You may also bring your own bike.
    • If it's been a while since your last ride or you are unsure of which cycle you'd like to use, it is best to start with OPTION 2 for the first week to have an AOA staff work with you individually to see which trike or bike will work best for you. 

    OPTION 2: Reserve a cycle and ride on your own. 10AM-11AM or 11AM-12PM
    You can reserve a cycle for one hour during the program time and go riding on your own or with a friend. A few of the cycles may be reserved for more than one hour based on availability. An All Out Adventures staff person will help you get set up on the trike. 

    COST: $5-20 per program, sliding scale. Includes equipment. 

    EQUIPMENT: Properly fitted helmets are required for all those participating in the All Out Adventures program. You can borrow one of ours.  LIMITED TRIKE AVAILABILITY. Please call ahead to pre-register. Please understand you will need to be flexible with which trike you use each week, so that we can accommodate those who would like to participate. 

    PARKING: 
    Please park in the parking lot next to The Quarters restaurant. Please park on the far side (west) of the parking lot on the opposite side of The Quarters Restaurant leaving plenty of parking for the customers of the restaurant. 

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve your spot or for more information.

    See more details

  • SHIP Cycling-Hadley

    May 1, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    8 Railroad Street, Hadley, MA

    Join us for for this special cycling program today on the Norwottuck Rail Trail. This is a Valley Gives Day Cycling Day and you will have the opportunity to make a donation to All Out Adventures on a secure iPad at the program. All donations will be matched today. Your donation will ensure that we can keep fun, weekly activities on our calendar for people with disabilities and their family and friends!

    We can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. Support and Instruction provided.

    Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you pick out a cycle and make any adaptations you may need to ride.

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve a cycle or for more information.

    COST: $5 per program. No charge for caregiver.

    Funding provided by the Massachusetts Statewide Head Injury Program.

    This program is open to those with a brain injury and a guest.

    See more details

May 3, 2018
  • Vets Cycling-Look Park

    May 3, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
    300 N Main St, Florence, MA 01062, United States

    Meet us at Look Park to check out a wide variety of cycles that can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. Support and Instruction provided.

    Our program will be set up to the parking lot just inside the entrance of the park.

    **Look Park Parking Fee is waived for vehicles that have at least one person showing a military or veteran ID card.

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve a cycle or for more information.

    There is no charge for this program.

    Funding provided by a grant through the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.

    This program is open to Veterans and their loved ones.

    See more details

May 8, 2018
  • Senior Cycling

    May 8, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    8 Railroad St, Hadley, MA 01035, USA

    Seniors (60+) are invited to join All Out Adventures for cycling. Whether you cycle regularly, are new to the sport, or getting back into it after a long absence, we have a a bike for you! We can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. 

    New this year, we will offer a guided group ride experience on the Norwotttuck Rail Trail. We will still provide cycles for individuals to take out on their own as well. 

    OPTION 1: Group Ride 10:30AM-12PM

    • Join All Out Adventures staff for a guided group ride along the Norwottuck Rail Trail. This is a social, "no-drop" ride, meaning the group will stay together and nobody will be left behind. 
    • Wheels roll at 10:30AM, so please arrive by 10:15 to sign in and get ready. 
    • Ride approximately 7- 12 miles at 5-10MPH average.  
    • This ride is for those who have cycled with us before and know which cycle works for them. You may also bring your own bike.
    • If it's been a while since your last ride or you are unsure of which cycle you'd like to use, it is best to start with OPTION 2 for the first week to have an AOA staff work with you individually to see which trike or bike will work best for you. 

    OPTION 2: Reserve a cycle and ride on your own. 10AM-11AM or 11AM-12PM
    You can reserve a cycle for one hour during the program time and go riding on your own or with a friend. A few of the cycles may be reserved for more than one hour based on availability. An All Out Adventures staff person will help you get set up on the trike. 

    COST: $5-20 per program, sliding scale. Includes equipment. 

    EQUIPMENT: Properly fitted helmets are required for all those participating in the All Out Adventures program. You can borrow one of ours.  LIMITED TRIKE AVAILABILITY. Please call ahead to pre-register. Please understand you will need to be flexible with which trike you use each week, so that we can accommodate those who would like to participate. 

    PARKING: 
    Please park in the parking lot next to The Quarters restaurant. Please park on the far side (west) of the parking lot on the opposite side of The Quarters Restaurant leaving plenty of parking for the customers of the restaurant. 

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve your spot or for more information.

    See more details

  • SHIP Cycling-Hadley

    May 8, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    8 Railroad Street, Hadley, MA

    Join us for cycling on the Norwottuck Rail Trail. We can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. Support and Instruction provided.

    Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you pick out a cycle and make any adaptations you may need to ride.

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve a cycle or for more information.

    COST: $5 per program. No charge for caregiver.

    Funding provided by the Massachusetts Statewide Head Injury Program.

    This program is open to those with a brain injury and a guest.

    See more details

May 10, 2018
  • Vets Cycling Demo-VA Leeds

    May 10, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
    421 N Main St, Leeds, MA 01053

    Meet us at the VA campus in Leeds to try out a wide variety of cycles that can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. Support and Instruction provided.

    Our program will be set up in the pavilion in the middle of the campus.
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    Visit our "Adaptive Cycling" page on our website www.alloutadventures.org to see the cycles.

    There is no charge for this program.

    Funding provided by a grant through the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.

    This program is open to Veterans, disabled members or the Armed Forces and their loved ones.

    See more details

May 15, 2018
  • Senior Cycling

    May 15, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    8 Railroad St, Hadley, MA 01035, USA

    Seniors (60+) are invited to join All Out Adventures for cycling. Whether you cycle regularly, are new to the sport, or getting back into it after a long absence, we have a a bike for you! We can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. 

    New this year, we will offer a guided group ride experience on the Norwotttuck Rail Trail. We will still provide cycles for individuals to take out on their own as well. 

    OPTION 1: Group Ride 10:30AM-12PM

    • Join All Out Adventures staff for a guided group ride along the Norwottuck Rail Trail. This is a social, "no-drop" ride, meaning the group will stay together and nobody will be left behind. 
    • Wheels roll at 10:30AM, so please arrive by 10:15 to sign in and get ready. 
    • Ride approximately 7- 12 miles at 5-10MPH average.  
    • This ride is for those who have cycled with us before and know which cycle works for them. You may also bring your own bike.
    • If it's been a while since your last ride or you are unsure of which cycle you'd like to use, it is best to start with OPTION 2 for the first week to have an AOA staff work with you individually to see which trike or bike will work best for you. 

    OPTION 2: Reserve a cycle and ride on your own. 10AM-11AM or 11AM-12PM
    You can reserve a cycle for one hour during the program time and go riding on your own or with a friend. A few of the cycles may be reserved for more than one hour based on availability. An All Out Adventures staff person will help you get set up on the trike. 

    COST: $5-20 per program, sliding scale. Includes equipment. 

    EQUIPMENT: Properly fitted helmets are required for all those participating in the All Out Adventures program. You can borrow one of ours.  LIMITED TRIKE AVAILABILITY. Please call ahead to pre-register. Please understand you will need to be flexible with which trike you use each week, so that we can accommodate those who would like to participate. 

    PARKING: 
    Please park in the parking lot next to The Quarters restaurant. Please park on the far side (west) of the parking lot on the opposite side of The Quarters Restaurant leaving plenty of parking for the customers of the restaurant. 

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve your spot or for more information.

    See more details

  • SHIP Cycling-Hadley

    May 15, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    8 Railroad Street, Hadley, MA

    Join us for cycling on the Norwottuck Rail Trail. We can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. Support and Instruction provided.

    Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you pick out a cycle and make any adaptations you may need to ride.

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve a cycle or for more information.

    COST: $5 per program. No charge for caregiver.

    Funding provided by the Massachusetts Statewide Head Injury Program.

    This program is open to those with a brain injury and a guest.

    See more details

May 17, 2018
  • Vets Cycling-Look Park

    May 17, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
    300 N Main St, Florence, MA 01062, United States

    Meet us at Look Park to check out a wide variety of cycles that can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. Support and Instruction provided.

    Our program will be set up to the parking lot just inside the entrance of the park.

    **Look Park Parking Fee is waived for vehicles that have at least one person showing a military or veteran ID card.

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve a cycle or for more information.

    There is no charge for this program.

    Funding provided by a grant through the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.

    This program is open to Veterans and their loved ones.

    See more details

May 22, 2018
  • Senior Cycling

    May 22, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    8 Railroad St, Hadley, MA 01035, USA

    Seniors (60+) are invited to join All Out Adventures for cycling. Whether you cycle regularly, are new to the sport, or getting back into it after a long absence, we have a a bike for you! We can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. 

    New this year, we will offer a guided group ride experience on the Norwotttuck Rail Trail. We will still provide cycles for individuals to take out on their own as well. 

    OPTION 1: Group Ride 10:30AM-12PM

    • Join All Out Adventures staff for a guided group ride along the Norwottuck Rail Trail. This is a social, "no-drop" ride, meaning the group will stay together and nobody will be left behind. 
    • Wheels roll at 10:30AM, so please arrive by 10:15 to sign in and get ready. 
    • Ride approximately 7- 12 miles at 5-10MPH average.  
    • This ride is for those who have cycled with us before and know which cycle works for them. You may also bring your own bike.
    • If it's been a while since your last ride or you are unsure of which cycle you'd like to use, it is best to start with OPTION 2 for the first week to have an AOA staff work with you individually to see which trike or bike will work best for you. 

    OPTION 2: Reserve a cycle and ride on your own. 10AM-11AM or 11AM-12PM
    You can reserve a cycle for one hour during the program time and go riding on your own or with a friend. A few of the cycles may be reserved for more than one hour based on availability. An All Out Adventures staff person will help you get set up on the trike. 

    COST: $5-20 per program, sliding scale. Includes equipment. 

    EQUIPMENT: Properly fitted helmets are required for all those participating in the All Out Adventures program. You can borrow one of ours.  LIMITED TRIKE AVAILABILITY. Please call ahead to pre-register. Please understand you will need to be flexible with which trike you use each week, so that we can accommodate those who would like to participate. 

    PARKING: 
    Please park in the parking lot next to The Quarters restaurant. Please park on the far side (west) of the parking lot on the opposite side of The Quarters Restaurant leaving plenty of parking for the customers of the restaurant. 

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve your spot or for more information.

    See more details

  • SHIP Cycling-Hadley

    May 22, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    8 Railroad Street, Hadley, MA

    Join us for cycling on the Norwottuck Rail Trail. We can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent tricycles, tandem cycles, hand-pedaled cycles and more. Support and Instruction provided.

    Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you pick out a cycle and make any adaptations you may need to ride.

    Pre-registration required. Please call 413-584-2052 to reserve a cycle or for more information.

    COST: $5 per program. No charge for caregiver.

    Funding provided by the Massachusetts Statewide Head Injury Program.

    This program is open to those with a brain injury and a guest.

    See more details

May 23, 2018
  • SHIP Mohawk Cabin Camping

    May 23, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - May 25, 2018 @ 10:30 am
    Mohawk Trail State Forest, Cold River Rd, Charlemont, MA 01339, USA

    Join us for two nights of cabin camping this May!  This camping trip is funded through theMassachusetts Statewide Head Injury Program and is for people with braininjuries and their family and friends to enjoy camping together in a supportiveand beautiful environment. Late spring is a beautiful time to be in themountains! The cabins are heated by woodstove and have electricity andfurniture including beds. Activities and some of the cabins are wheelchairaccessible. Call for accessibility information.  

    This letter is to give you information about the weekend andto confirm that we received your payment.  If you haven’t sent your fee, please give us a call for more informationor to sign up soon at 413-584-2052 or email us at info@alloutadventures.org.We will confirm your participation when we receive your registration fee.

    Cost: $50 per person with a brain injury.  $100 for families. No charge for up to 2personal care assistants, after that it is an additional $25 per care giver.

    Please make your check payable toAll Out Adventures and mail to:

    All Out Adventures

    214 State St.

    Northampton, MA 01060

    Park Location

    Mohawk State Forest is located onthe Mohawk Trail/Rte. 2 in Western Massachusetts. The park is approximately 20miles west of Greenfield on Rte. 2.

    Mohawk State Forest

    175 Mohawk Trail/Rte. 2 Charlemont, MA (413) 339-5504

    (GPS Address: 1 Cold River Road, Charlemont, MA 01339)

    • Eligibility—The cabin camping trip is open to those with a brain injury and their family and friends. Participants must be able to independently, or with the help of a caregiver, attend to all personal needs. We require bringing a friend or family member, both for companionship and to assist with executive functioning, if needed, overnight and with operating the wood stove in the cabins.

     

    • Cabins—Cabin check in time is 2-6 p.m. on Wednesday. Check-out time is 10:30 a.m. on Friday. You are welcome to stay longer and explore on Friday, but we must check out of the cabin sites by 10:30 a.m.

     

      • Cabins are heated by woodstove ($5 per bundle of wood, available on site). Bringing firewood from outside the park is prohibited by law due to an effort to control invasive insects.
      • Cabins have electricity, furniture and beds.
      • Bring your own sheets, pillow, mattress pad and sleeping bag or comforter. We recommend bringing extra blankets as well.   Mohawk State Forest is at a higher elevation, and is therefore likely to be 5 – 10 degrees cooler than where you live.
    • Restrooms/Shower—A wheelchair accessible bathroom is located near the cabins with flush toilets, sinks and a shower.  
    • Meals—All Out Adventures will be providing a buffet style dinner on Wednesday and Thursday night, a “left-over” lunch on Thursday and coffee, tea, eggs, fruit, yogurt and bagels on Thursday and Friday mornings. See below for menu.  Please plan to bring your own snacks and beverages. You may also opt to bring your own breakfast to cook at your cabin. Please bring a camp stove if you have one. We will have one camp stove available for your use. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.
    • What to Bring— See the attached equipment checklist to help with packing for this trip.  The list is comprised of suggestions for what you may want to have available to you.  Please feel free to bring something that is not on the list if it would make your stay more comfortable. Please call the office prior to the event if there is something that you don’t have available to you- i.e., sleeping bags.

    Pleasedo not bring alcohol as it is not allowed in either state parks or at All OutAdventures programs. If you smoke, please bring a container in which to deposityour ashes and cigarette butts and plan to move well away from the group whilesmoking.

    • Activities—Nature abounds in this beautiful setting. Optional activities for the weekend include guided nature hiking and exploration and enjoying evening campfires together. There will also be downtime for you to independently relax or explore Mohawk State Forest and the surrounding area.


    See more details

May 24, 2018
  • SHIP Mohawk Cabin Camping

    May 23, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - May 25, 2018 @ 10:30 am
    Mohawk Trail State Forest, Cold River Rd, Charlemont, MA 01339, USA

    Join us for two nights of cabin camping this May!  This camping trip is funded through theMassachusetts Statewide Head Injury Program and is for people with braininjuries and their family and friends to enjoy camping together in a supportiveand beautiful environment. Late spring is a beautiful time to be in themountains! The cabins are heated by woodstove and have electricity andfurniture including beds. Activities and some of the cabins are wheelchairaccessible. Call for accessibility information.  

    This letter is to give you information about the weekend andto confirm that we received your payment.  If you haven’t sent your fee, please give us a call for more informationor to sign up soon at 413-584-2052 or email us at info@alloutadventures.org.We will confirm your participation when we receive your registration fee.

    Cost: $50 per person with a brain injury.  $100 for families. No charge for up to 2personal care assistants, after that it is an additional $25 per care giver.

    Please make your check payable toAll Out Adventures and mail to:

    All Out Adventures

    214 State St.

    Northampton, MA 01060

    Park Location

    Mohawk State Forest is located onthe Mohawk Trail/Rte. 2 in Western Massachusetts. The park is approximately 20miles west of Greenfield on Rte. 2.

    Mohawk State Forest

    175 Mohawk Trail/Rte. 2 Charlemont, MA (413) 339-5504

    (GPS Address: 1 Cold River Road, Charlemont, MA 01339)

    • Eligibility—The cabin camping trip is open to those with a brain injury and their family and friends. Participants must be able to independently, or with the help of a caregiver, attend to all personal needs. We require bringing a friend or family member, both for companionship and to assist with executive functioning, if needed, overnight and with operating the wood stove in the cabins.

     

    • Cabins—Cabin check in time is 2-6 p.m. on Wednesday. Check-out time is 10:30 a.m. on Friday. You are welcome to stay longer and explore on Friday, but we must check out of the cabin sites by 10:30 a.m.

     

      • Cabins are heated by woodstove ($5 per bundle of wood, available on site). Bringing firewood from outside the park is prohibited by law due to an effort to control invasive insects.
      • Cabins have electricity, furniture and beds.
      • Bring your own sheets, pillow, mattress pad and sleeping bag or comforter. We recommend bringing extra blankets as well.   Mohawk State Forest is at a higher elevation, and is therefore likely to be 5 – 10 degrees cooler than where you live.
    • Restrooms/Shower—A wheelchair accessible bathroom is located near the cabins with flush toilets, sinks and a shower.  
    • Meals—All Out Adventures will be providing a buffet style dinner on Wednesday and Thursday night, a “left-over” lunch on Thursday and coffee, tea, eggs, fruit, yogurt and bagels on Thursday and Friday mornings. See below for menu.  Please plan to bring your own snacks and beverages. You may also opt to bring your own breakfast to cook at your cabin. Please bring a camp stove if you have one. We will have one camp stove available for your use. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.
    • What to Bring— See the attached equipment checklist to help with packing for this trip.  The list is comprised of suggestions for what you may want to have available to you.  Please feel free to bring something that is not on the list if it would make your stay more comfortable. Please call the office prior to the event if there is something that you don’t have available to you- i.e., sleeping bags.

    Pleasedo not bring alcohol as it is not allowed in either state parks or at All OutAdventures programs. If you smoke, please bring a container in which to deposityour ashes and cigarette butts and plan to move well away from the group whilesmoking.

    • Activities—Nature abounds in this beautiful setting. Optional activities for the weekend include guided nature hiking and exploration and enjoying evening campfires together. There will also be downtime for you to independently relax or explore Mohawk State Forest and the surrounding area.


    See more details