September 21, 2020
  • Virtual Challenge

    September 13, 2020 - September 27, 2020 @ 

    Register

    ($35/person or $60 with borrowed equipment)

    Choose Your Challenge!

    While we we can't gather for our signature in-person Kayak-a-thon this year, we won't let September pass by without an opportunity for a supportive, community-building day where we plan for and undertake a personal challenge to support inclusive outdoor recreation programs!  We hope you'll join us this year, in the spirit the day is intended, as we all encourage ourselves and each other to an active day of outdoor pursuit.

    You can participate in one of our supported options (space and COVID-related gathering guidelines dependent) or build your own adventure!  We will gather by Zoom on our first and last day (9/13 and 9/27) to check-in and cheer each other on.

    What do we mean by "Choose Your Challenge?"  Pick an adventure that is a challenge for YOU.  That could be a 1-mile trek on your local accessible trail, a short kayak trip around your local cove, a 10 mile run, a 25 mile bike ride, or a long point to point kayak trip. If it's outdoors, and it's meaningful to you, it counts!

    Pre-registration by September 26 is required, and reservations for equipment (see below for supported options) will be on a first-come, first-served basis after you've registered.  Registration includes an event t-shirt and group Zoom calls to share our challenges and cheer each other on.   You will have the option to create a fundraising page, as in past Kayak-a-thons, to help All Out Adventures raise the critical funds we need to sustain our programs through the COVID related public health emergency. Last year’s Kayak-a-thon raised close to $45,000 which is about 15% of our budget or close to 2 months of operating expenses.

    In-person Supported Options

    (Options are subject to change based on COVID-related regulations that may affect permits as well as state and local level guidance on group size. Also, please note that people opting for an in-person option will need to be fully independent, either on their own or with the assistance of a caregiver.  Our staff can not provide hands-on support with transfers, balance, etc.):

    Option 1:  Cycling in Northampton (10am - 2pm)

     Sunday, September 20

    Equipment available by reservation for up to 3 hours, first-come, first-served:  Borrow one of our adaptive cycles to take a ride on the local bike paths.  Cycle pick-up and drop-off at our 297 Pleasant St., Northampton, office.  There is plenty of parking available, and you can ride your borrowed cycle just a couple blocks to the bike path.  Additional $25 registration fee/person applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a cycle and specific timeframe on event day.

    Option 2:  Explore the Summit of Mt. Greylock (2pm - 7:30pm)

    Sunday, September 13

    Drive up the auto road (or hike up one of the many trails) of the highest peak in Massachusetts.  Take in the breathtaking view from the summit and explore the trails and historic Bascom Lodge.  Sunset is at 7:05pm. [This option is pending permit approval]

    Option 3:  Paddle the CT River from Northampton Community Rowing 

    Sunday, September 13 (1pm - 6pm) or Sunday, September 20 (10am - 3pm)

    Borrow a kayak or SUP to paddle on the CT River from the docks at Northampton Community Rowing.  Equipment avaialble on a first-come, first-served basis and can be reserved for up to 3 hours.  Additional $25/person registration fee applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a kayak or SUP and specific timeframe for event day.

    See more details

September 22, 2020
  • Virtual Challenge

    September 13, 2020 - September 27, 2020 @ 

    Register

    ($35/person or $60 with borrowed equipment)

    Choose Your Challenge!

    While we we can't gather for our signature in-person Kayak-a-thon this year, we won't let September pass by without an opportunity for a supportive, community-building day where we plan for and undertake a personal challenge to support inclusive outdoor recreation programs!  We hope you'll join us this year, in the spirit the day is intended, as we all encourage ourselves and each other to an active day of outdoor pursuit.

    You can participate in one of our supported options (space and COVID-related gathering guidelines dependent) or build your own adventure!  We will gather by Zoom on our first and last day (9/13 and 9/27) to check-in and cheer each other on.

    What do we mean by "Choose Your Challenge?"  Pick an adventure that is a challenge for YOU.  That could be a 1-mile trek on your local accessible trail, a short kayak trip around your local cove, a 10 mile run, a 25 mile bike ride, or a long point to point kayak trip. If it's outdoors, and it's meaningful to you, it counts!

    Pre-registration by September 26 is required, and reservations for equipment (see below for supported options) will be on a first-come, first-served basis after you've registered.  Registration includes an event t-shirt and group Zoom calls to share our challenges and cheer each other on.   You will have the option to create a fundraising page, as in past Kayak-a-thons, to help All Out Adventures raise the critical funds we need to sustain our programs through the COVID related public health emergency. Last year’s Kayak-a-thon raised close to $45,000 which is about 15% of our budget or close to 2 months of operating expenses.

    In-person Supported Options

    (Options are subject to change based on COVID-related regulations that may affect permits as well as state and local level guidance on group size. Also, please note that people opting for an in-person option will need to be fully independent, either on their own or with the assistance of a caregiver.  Our staff can not provide hands-on support with transfers, balance, etc.):

    Option 1:  Cycling in Northampton (10am - 2pm)

     Sunday, September 20

    Equipment available by reservation for up to 3 hours, first-come, first-served:  Borrow one of our adaptive cycles to take a ride on the local bike paths.  Cycle pick-up and drop-off at our 297 Pleasant St., Northampton, office.  There is plenty of parking available, and you can ride your borrowed cycle just a couple blocks to the bike path.  Additional $25 registration fee/person applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a cycle and specific timeframe on event day.

    Option 2:  Explore the Summit of Mt. Greylock (2pm - 7:30pm)

    Sunday, September 13

    Drive up the auto road (or hike up one of the many trails) of the highest peak in Massachusetts.  Take in the breathtaking view from the summit and explore the trails and historic Bascom Lodge.  Sunset is at 7:05pm. [This option is pending permit approval]

    Option 3:  Paddle the CT River from Northampton Community Rowing 

    Sunday, September 13 (1pm - 6pm) or Sunday, September 20 (10am - 3pm)

    Borrow a kayak or SUP to paddle on the CT River from the docks at Northampton Community Rowing.  Equipment avaialble on a first-come, first-served basis and can be reserved for up to 3 hours.  Additional $25/person registration fee applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a kayak or SUP and specific timeframe for event day.

    See more details

September 23, 2020
  • Virtual Challenge

    September 13, 2020 - September 27, 2020 @ 

    Register

    ($35/person or $60 with borrowed equipment)

    Choose Your Challenge!

    While we we can't gather for our signature in-person Kayak-a-thon this year, we won't let September pass by without an opportunity for a supportive, community-building day where we plan for and undertake a personal challenge to support inclusive outdoor recreation programs!  We hope you'll join us this year, in the spirit the day is intended, as we all encourage ourselves and each other to an active day of outdoor pursuit.

    You can participate in one of our supported options (space and COVID-related gathering guidelines dependent) or build your own adventure!  We will gather by Zoom on our first and last day (9/13 and 9/27) to check-in and cheer each other on.

    What do we mean by "Choose Your Challenge?"  Pick an adventure that is a challenge for YOU.  That could be a 1-mile trek on your local accessible trail, a short kayak trip around your local cove, a 10 mile run, a 25 mile bike ride, or a long point to point kayak trip. If it's outdoors, and it's meaningful to you, it counts!

    Pre-registration by September 26 is required, and reservations for equipment (see below for supported options) will be on a first-come, first-served basis after you've registered.  Registration includes an event t-shirt and group Zoom calls to share our challenges and cheer each other on.   You will have the option to create a fundraising page, as in past Kayak-a-thons, to help All Out Adventures raise the critical funds we need to sustain our programs through the COVID related public health emergency. Last year’s Kayak-a-thon raised close to $45,000 which is about 15% of our budget or close to 2 months of operating expenses.

    In-person Supported Options

    (Options are subject to change based on COVID-related regulations that may affect permits as well as state and local level guidance on group size. Also, please note that people opting for an in-person option will need to be fully independent, either on their own or with the assistance of a caregiver.  Our staff can not provide hands-on support with transfers, balance, etc.):

    Option 1:  Cycling in Northampton (10am - 2pm)

     Sunday, September 20

    Equipment available by reservation for up to 3 hours, first-come, first-served:  Borrow one of our adaptive cycles to take a ride on the local bike paths.  Cycle pick-up and drop-off at our 297 Pleasant St., Northampton, office.  There is plenty of parking available, and you can ride your borrowed cycle just a couple blocks to the bike path.  Additional $25 registration fee/person applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a cycle and specific timeframe on event day.

    Option 2:  Explore the Summit of Mt. Greylock (2pm - 7:30pm)

    Sunday, September 13

    Drive up the auto road (or hike up one of the many trails) of the highest peak in Massachusetts.  Take in the breathtaking view from the summit and explore the trails and historic Bascom Lodge.  Sunset is at 7:05pm. [This option is pending permit approval]

    Option 3:  Paddle the CT River from Northampton Community Rowing 

    Sunday, September 13 (1pm - 6pm) or Sunday, September 20 (10am - 3pm)

    Borrow a kayak or SUP to paddle on the CT River from the docks at Northampton Community Rowing.  Equipment avaialble on a first-come, first-served basis and can be reserved for up to 3 hours.  Additional $25/person registration fee applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a kayak or SUP and specific timeframe for event day.

    See more details

  • Kayak/SUP Rentals or Guided Trip for Veterans and Seniors

    September 23, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
    Northampton Community Rowing, 80 Damon Rd, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

    2 Options:

    1. Kayak and SUP rental: Available to people of all ages and all abilities between 10:30am - 3:00pm. 
      • $25 ($45/tandem) includes kayak or SUP, life jacket, paddle, and assistance with moving kayak or SUP onto dock and into water.
    2. Guided Kayak trip: Available to Veterans and Seniors:  10:30am - 12:00pm or 1:00pm - 2:30pm.
      • Veterans: No Charge (program is fully funded by federal Veterans Adaptive Sports Grant)
      • Seniors:  $25/person
      • Limit:  6 participants/trip

    For both guided trips and Rentals

    • Staff will assist with bringing kayaks and SUPs to the dock and provide light assistance with stabilizing while participants enter and exit.  Participants will need to be able to be able to independently sit and stand from the dock and enter/exit their own kayak or SUP without our physical assistance. 
    • Everyone will need to wear a mask or face covering at the program base area and on the dock.  They can be removed once away from the dock.
    • We will clean life jackets, paddles, and kayaks between usage.

    PRE - REGISTRATION REQUIRED BY EMAILING US AT: info@alloutadventures.org or calling at 413-584-2052.

    See more details

September 24, 2020
  • Virtual Challenge

    September 13, 2020 - September 27, 2020 @ 

    Register

    ($35/person or $60 with borrowed equipment)

    Choose Your Challenge!

    While we we can't gather for our signature in-person Kayak-a-thon this year, we won't let September pass by without an opportunity for a supportive, community-building day where we plan for and undertake a personal challenge to support inclusive outdoor recreation programs!  We hope you'll join us this year, in the spirit the day is intended, as we all encourage ourselves and each other to an active day of outdoor pursuit.

    You can participate in one of our supported options (space and COVID-related gathering guidelines dependent) or build your own adventure!  We will gather by Zoom on our first and last day (9/13 and 9/27) to check-in and cheer each other on.

    What do we mean by "Choose Your Challenge?"  Pick an adventure that is a challenge for YOU.  That could be a 1-mile trek on your local accessible trail, a short kayak trip around your local cove, a 10 mile run, a 25 mile bike ride, or a long point to point kayak trip. If it's outdoors, and it's meaningful to you, it counts!

    Pre-registration by September 26 is required, and reservations for equipment (see below for supported options) will be on a first-come, first-served basis after you've registered.  Registration includes an event t-shirt and group Zoom calls to share our challenges and cheer each other on.   You will have the option to create a fundraising page, as in past Kayak-a-thons, to help All Out Adventures raise the critical funds we need to sustain our programs through the COVID related public health emergency. Last year’s Kayak-a-thon raised close to $45,000 which is about 15% of our budget or close to 2 months of operating expenses.

    In-person Supported Options

    (Options are subject to change based on COVID-related regulations that may affect permits as well as state and local level guidance on group size. Also, please note that people opting for an in-person option will need to be fully independent, either on their own or with the assistance of a caregiver.  Our staff can not provide hands-on support with transfers, balance, etc.):

    Option 1:  Cycling in Northampton (10am - 2pm)

     Sunday, September 20

    Equipment available by reservation for up to 3 hours, first-come, first-served:  Borrow one of our adaptive cycles to take a ride on the local bike paths.  Cycle pick-up and drop-off at our 297 Pleasant St., Northampton, office.  There is plenty of parking available, and you can ride your borrowed cycle just a couple blocks to the bike path.  Additional $25 registration fee/person applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a cycle and specific timeframe on event day.

    Option 2:  Explore the Summit of Mt. Greylock (2pm - 7:30pm)

    Sunday, September 13

    Drive up the auto road (or hike up one of the many trails) of the highest peak in Massachusetts.  Take in the breathtaking view from the summit and explore the trails and historic Bascom Lodge.  Sunset is at 7:05pm. [This option is pending permit approval]

    Option 3:  Paddle the CT River from Northampton Community Rowing 

    Sunday, September 13 (1pm - 6pm) or Sunday, September 20 (10am - 3pm)

    Borrow a kayak or SUP to paddle on the CT River from the docks at Northampton Community Rowing.  Equipment avaialble on a first-come, first-served basis and can be reserved for up to 3 hours.  Additional $25/person registration fee applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a kayak or SUP and specific timeframe for event day.

    See more details

  • Cycling for Veterans and People with Traumatic or Acquired Brain Injuries

    September 24, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Statewide Head Injury Program (SHIP) and Veterans Cycling

    • This program is open to both survivors of traumatic or acquired brain injuries and Veterans and disabled Members of the Armed Forces.  There is no charge for this program for Veterans, as their participation is generously funded by the federal Veterans Adaptive Sports grant. SHIP participants should expect to pay a $10 vehicle entry fee to the park (season pass is $50)
    • Pre-registration before 3pm on the Wednesday before is required.  We will not be able to accommodate any walk-ins.  You can pre-register by emailing Karen at info@alloutadventures.org.
    • We will be staggering arrivals about 20 minutes apart in order to ensure our gathering size at the program base remains small.
    • Staff will be riding through the park during the program but will not be able to ride tandem or alongside a specific individual.
    • Look Park requires face masks or face coverings while using the park.
    • Program participants who need assistance with balance or with a transfer will need to come with someone who can provide that assistance.  Our staff will not provide any hands-on support beyond typical cycle adjustments.
    • Participants with any sign of illness or who have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID will not be able to attend.
    • We will send additional details and guidelines to people as they pre-register.

    See more details

September 25, 2020
  • Virtual Challenge

    September 13, 2020 - September 27, 2020 @ 

    Register

    ($35/person or $60 with borrowed equipment)

    Choose Your Challenge!

    While we we can't gather for our signature in-person Kayak-a-thon this year, we won't let September pass by without an opportunity for a supportive, community-building day where we plan for and undertake a personal challenge to support inclusive outdoor recreation programs!  We hope you'll join us this year, in the spirit the day is intended, as we all encourage ourselves and each other to an active day of outdoor pursuit.

    You can participate in one of our supported options (space and COVID-related gathering guidelines dependent) or build your own adventure!  We will gather by Zoom on our first and last day (9/13 and 9/27) to check-in and cheer each other on.

    What do we mean by "Choose Your Challenge?"  Pick an adventure that is a challenge for YOU.  That could be a 1-mile trek on your local accessible trail, a short kayak trip around your local cove, a 10 mile run, a 25 mile bike ride, or a long point to point kayak trip. If it's outdoors, and it's meaningful to you, it counts!

    Pre-registration by September 26 is required, and reservations for equipment (see below for supported options) will be on a first-come, first-served basis after you've registered.  Registration includes an event t-shirt and group Zoom calls to share our challenges and cheer each other on.   You will have the option to create a fundraising page, as in past Kayak-a-thons, to help All Out Adventures raise the critical funds we need to sustain our programs through the COVID related public health emergency. Last year’s Kayak-a-thon raised close to $45,000 which is about 15% of our budget or close to 2 months of operating expenses.

    In-person Supported Options

    (Options are subject to change based on COVID-related regulations that may affect permits as well as state and local level guidance on group size. Also, please note that people opting for an in-person option will need to be fully independent, either on their own or with the assistance of a caregiver.  Our staff can not provide hands-on support with transfers, balance, etc.):

    Option 1:  Cycling in Northampton (10am - 2pm)

     Sunday, September 20

    Equipment available by reservation for up to 3 hours, first-come, first-served:  Borrow one of our adaptive cycles to take a ride on the local bike paths.  Cycle pick-up and drop-off at our 297 Pleasant St., Northampton, office.  There is plenty of parking available, and you can ride your borrowed cycle just a couple blocks to the bike path.  Additional $25 registration fee/person applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a cycle and specific timeframe on event day.

    Option 2:  Explore the Summit of Mt. Greylock (2pm - 7:30pm)

    Sunday, September 13

    Drive up the auto road (or hike up one of the many trails) of the highest peak in Massachusetts.  Take in the breathtaking view from the summit and explore the trails and historic Bascom Lodge.  Sunset is at 7:05pm. [This option is pending permit approval]

    Option 3:  Paddle the CT River from Northampton Community Rowing 

    Sunday, September 13 (1pm - 6pm) or Sunday, September 20 (10am - 3pm)

    Borrow a kayak or SUP to paddle on the CT River from the docks at Northampton Community Rowing.  Equipment avaialble on a first-come, first-served basis and can be reserved for up to 3 hours.  Additional $25/person registration fee applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a kayak or SUP and specific timeframe for event day.

    See more details

September 26, 2020
  • Virtual Challenge

    September 13, 2020 - September 27, 2020 @ 

    Register

    ($35/person or $60 with borrowed equipment)

    Choose Your Challenge!

    While we we can't gather for our signature in-person Kayak-a-thon this year, we won't let September pass by without an opportunity for a supportive, community-building day where we plan for and undertake a personal challenge to support inclusive outdoor recreation programs!  We hope you'll join us this year, in the spirit the day is intended, as we all encourage ourselves and each other to an active day of outdoor pursuit.

    You can participate in one of our supported options (space and COVID-related gathering guidelines dependent) or build your own adventure!  We will gather by Zoom on our first and last day (9/13 and 9/27) to check-in and cheer each other on.

    What do we mean by "Choose Your Challenge?"  Pick an adventure that is a challenge for YOU.  That could be a 1-mile trek on your local accessible trail, a short kayak trip around your local cove, a 10 mile run, a 25 mile bike ride, or a long point to point kayak trip. If it's outdoors, and it's meaningful to you, it counts!

    Pre-registration by September 26 is required, and reservations for equipment (see below for supported options) will be on a first-come, first-served basis after you've registered.  Registration includes an event t-shirt and group Zoom calls to share our challenges and cheer each other on.   You will have the option to create a fundraising page, as in past Kayak-a-thons, to help All Out Adventures raise the critical funds we need to sustain our programs through the COVID related public health emergency. Last year’s Kayak-a-thon raised close to $45,000 which is about 15% of our budget or close to 2 months of operating expenses.

    In-person Supported Options

    (Options are subject to change based on COVID-related regulations that may affect permits as well as state and local level guidance on group size. Also, please note that people opting for an in-person option will need to be fully independent, either on their own or with the assistance of a caregiver.  Our staff can not provide hands-on support with transfers, balance, etc.):

    Option 1:  Cycling in Northampton (10am - 2pm)

     Sunday, September 20

    Equipment available by reservation for up to 3 hours, first-come, first-served:  Borrow one of our adaptive cycles to take a ride on the local bike paths.  Cycle pick-up and drop-off at our 297 Pleasant St., Northampton, office.  There is plenty of parking available, and you can ride your borrowed cycle just a couple blocks to the bike path.  Additional $25 registration fee/person applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a cycle and specific timeframe on event day.

    Option 2:  Explore the Summit of Mt. Greylock (2pm - 7:30pm)

    Sunday, September 13

    Drive up the auto road (or hike up one of the many trails) of the highest peak in Massachusetts.  Take in the breathtaking view from the summit and explore the trails and historic Bascom Lodge.  Sunset is at 7:05pm. [This option is pending permit approval]

    Option 3:  Paddle the CT River from Northampton Community Rowing 

    Sunday, September 13 (1pm - 6pm) or Sunday, September 20 (10am - 3pm)

    Borrow a kayak or SUP to paddle on the CT River from the docks at Northampton Community Rowing.  Equipment avaialble on a first-come, first-served basis and can be reserved for up to 3 hours.  Additional $25/person registration fee applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a kayak or SUP and specific timeframe for event day.

    See more details

  • Recumbent Trike Shop Open

    September 26, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
    297 Pleasant St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

    By appointment only


    Please call 413-584-2052 or email us at info@alloutadventures.org to set up an appointment.

    Our recumbent trike shop is open for test rides and purchases of TerraTrike, Catrike, and Trident Trikes recumbent trikes. The Northampton Bikeway is just down the street from our shop.

    To help us re-open as safely as possible with preventing the spread of COVID-19 in mind, please note the following:

    1. Test rides are by appointment only
    2. Anyone visiting or working at our trike shop must wear a mask or other face covering that completely covers the mouth and nose
    3. We will not be able to loan helmets for test rides.  You can either bring your own helmet or purchase one from us for your test ride.  (helmets are required for test rides of our trikes)
    4. Our interactions will take place outside.  Customers may enter our shop only if needed to use the restroom.
    5. We will disinfect the handlebars and seat of the trike before and after each test ride.
    6. If balance is a concern for you, you will need to come with someone who can assist you in sitting down and standing up from the trike.  Our staff will not be able to provide any physical or hands-on assistance.
    7. If you are feeling unwell or have been exposed to someone in the past 14 days who was feeling unwell you will not be able to visit our shop.  Please contact us to re-schedule.
    8. We are not able to accept returns of trikes or accessories.

    See more details

September 27, 2020
  • Virtual Challenge

    September 13, 2020 - September 27, 2020 @ 

    Register

    ($35/person or $60 with borrowed equipment)

    Choose Your Challenge!

    While we we can't gather for our signature in-person Kayak-a-thon this year, we won't let September pass by without an opportunity for a supportive, community-building day where we plan for and undertake a personal challenge to support inclusive outdoor recreation programs!  We hope you'll join us this year, in the spirit the day is intended, as we all encourage ourselves and each other to an active day of outdoor pursuit.

    You can participate in one of our supported options (space and COVID-related gathering guidelines dependent) or build your own adventure!  We will gather by Zoom on our first and last day (9/13 and 9/27) to check-in and cheer each other on.

    What do we mean by "Choose Your Challenge?"  Pick an adventure that is a challenge for YOU.  That could be a 1-mile trek on your local accessible trail, a short kayak trip around your local cove, a 10 mile run, a 25 mile bike ride, or a long point to point kayak trip. If it's outdoors, and it's meaningful to you, it counts!

    Pre-registration by September 26 is required, and reservations for equipment (see below for supported options) will be on a first-come, first-served basis after you've registered.  Registration includes an event t-shirt and group Zoom calls to share our challenges and cheer each other on.   You will have the option to create a fundraising page, as in past Kayak-a-thons, to help All Out Adventures raise the critical funds we need to sustain our programs through the COVID related public health emergency. Last year’s Kayak-a-thon raised close to $45,000 which is about 15% of our budget or close to 2 months of operating expenses.

    In-person Supported Options

    (Options are subject to change based on COVID-related regulations that may affect permits as well as state and local level guidance on group size. Also, please note that people opting for an in-person option will need to be fully independent, either on their own or with the assistance of a caregiver.  Our staff can not provide hands-on support with transfers, balance, etc.):

    Option 1:  Cycling in Northampton (10am - 2pm)

     Sunday, September 20

    Equipment available by reservation for up to 3 hours, first-come, first-served:  Borrow one of our adaptive cycles to take a ride on the local bike paths.  Cycle pick-up and drop-off at our 297 Pleasant St., Northampton, office.  There is plenty of parking available, and you can ride your borrowed cycle just a couple blocks to the bike path.  Additional $25 registration fee/person applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a cycle and specific timeframe on event day.

    Option 2:  Explore the Summit of Mt. Greylock (2pm - 7:30pm)

    Sunday, September 13

    Drive up the auto road (or hike up one of the many trails) of the highest peak in Massachusetts.  Take in the breathtaking view from the summit and explore the trails and historic Bascom Lodge.  Sunset is at 7:05pm. [This option is pending permit approval]

    Option 3:  Paddle the CT River from Northampton Community Rowing 

    Sunday, September 13 (1pm - 6pm) or Sunday, September 20 (10am - 3pm)

    Borrow a kayak or SUP to paddle on the CT River from the docks at Northampton Community Rowing.  Equipment avaialble on a first-come, first-served basis and can be reserved for up to 3 hours.  Additional $25/person registration fee applies for this option.  Email us when you register to request access to a kayak or SUP and specific timeframe for event day.

    See more details

September 30, 2020
  • Kayak/SUP Rentals or Guided Trip for Veterans and Seniors

    September 30, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
    Northampton Community Rowing, 80 Damon Rd, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

    2 Options:

    1. Kayak and SUP rental: Available to people of all ages and all abilities between 10:30am - 3:00pm. 
      • $25 ($45/tandem) includes kayak or SUP, life jacket, paddle, and assistance with moving kayak or SUP onto dock and into water.
    2. Guided Kayak trip: Available to Veterans and Seniors:  10:30am - 12:00pm or 1:00pm - 2:30pm.
      • Veterans: No Charge (program is fully funded by federal Veterans Adaptive Sports Grant)
      • Seniors:  $25/person
      • Limit:  6 participants/trip

    For both guided trips and Rentals

    • Staff will assist with bringing kayaks and SUPs to the dock and provide light assistance with stabilizing while participants enter and exit.  Participants will need to be able to be able to independently sit and stand from the dock and enter/exit their own kayak or SUP without our physical assistance. 
    • Everyone will need to wear a mask or face covering at the program base area and on the dock.  They can be removed once away from the dock.
    • We will clean life jackets, paddles, and kayaks between usage.

    PRE - REGISTRATION REQUIRED BY EMAILING US AT: info@alloutadventures.org or calling at 413-584-2052.

    See more details

October 3, 2020
  • Recumbent Trike Shop Open

    October 3, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
    297 Pleasant St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

    By appointment only


    Please call 413-584-2052 or email us at info@alloutadventures.org to set up an appointment.

    Our recumbent trike shop is open for test rides and purchases of TerraTrike, Catrike, and Trident Trikes recumbent trikes. The Northampton Bikeway is just down the street from our shop.

    To help us re-open as safely as possible with preventing the spread of COVID-19 in mind, please note the following:

    1. Test rides are by appointment only
    2. Anyone visiting or working at our trike shop must wear a mask or other face covering that completely covers the mouth and nose
    3. We will not be able to loan helmets for test rides.  You can either bring your own helmet or purchase one from us for your test ride.  (helmets are required for test rides of our trikes)
    4. Our interactions will take place outside.  Customers may enter our shop only if needed to use the restroom.
    5. We will disinfect the handlebars and seat of the trike before and after each test ride.
    6. If balance is a concern for you, you will need to come with someone who can assist you in sitting down and standing up from the trike.  Our staff will not be able to provide any physical or hands-on assistance.
    7. If you are feeling unwell or have been exposed to someone in the past 14 days who was feeling unwell you will not be able to visit our shop.  Please contact us to re-schedule.
    8. We are not able to accept returns of trikes or accessories.

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October 10, 2020
  • Recumbent Trike Shop Open

    October 10, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
    297 Pleasant St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

    By appointment only


    Please call 413-584-2052 or email us at info@alloutadventures.org to set up an appointment.

    Our recumbent trike shop is open for test rides and purchases of TerraTrike, Catrike, and Trident Trikes recumbent trikes. The Northampton Bikeway is just down the street from our shop.

    To help us re-open as safely as possible with preventing the spread of COVID-19 in mind, please note the following:

    1. Test rides are by appointment only
    2. Anyone visiting or working at our trike shop must wear a mask or other face covering that completely covers the mouth and nose
    3. We will not be able to loan helmets for test rides.  You can either bring your own helmet or purchase one from us for your test ride.  (helmets are required for test rides of our trikes)
    4. Our interactions will take place outside.  Customers may enter our shop only if needed to use the restroom.
    5. We will disinfect the handlebars and seat of the trike before and after each test ride.
    6. If balance is a concern for you, you will need to come with someone who can assist you in sitting down and standing up from the trike.  Our staff will not be able to provide any physical or hands-on assistance.
    7. If you are feeling unwell or have been exposed to someone in the past 14 days who was feeling unwell you will not be able to visit our shop.  Please contact us to re-schedule.
    8. We are not able to accept returns of trikes or accessories.

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October 17, 2020
  • Recumbent Trike Shop Open

    October 17, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
    297 Pleasant St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

    By appointment only


    Please call 413-584-2052 or email us at info@alloutadventures.org to set up an appointment.

    Our recumbent trike shop is open for test rides and purchases of TerraTrike, Catrike, and Trident Trikes recumbent trikes. The Northampton Bikeway is just down the street from our shop.

    To help us re-open as safely as possible with preventing the spread of COVID-19 in mind, please note the following:

    1. Test rides are by appointment only
    2. Anyone visiting or working at our trike shop must wear a mask or other face covering that completely covers the mouth and nose
    3. We will not be able to loan helmets for test rides.  You can either bring your own helmet or purchase one from us for your test ride.  (helmets are required for test rides of our trikes)
    4. Our interactions will take place outside.  Customers may enter our shop only if needed to use the restroom.
    5. We will disinfect the handlebars and seat of the trike before and after each test ride.
    6. If balance is a concern for you, you will need to come with someone who can assist you in sitting down and standing up from the trike.  Our staff will not be able to provide any physical or hands-on assistance.
    7. If you are feeling unwell or have been exposed to someone in the past 14 days who was feeling unwell you will not be able to visit our shop.  Please contact us to re-schedule.
    8. We are not able to accept returns of trikes or accessories.

    See more details