Adaptive Cycling

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Cycling & Road Racing Program

When:

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30–6:00 p.m.

Where:

Indoors: Fitness Center; Outdoors: the Lincoln Park Wilson Lot (Wilson and Lake Shore Drive)

Season:

Year Round

Contact:

Aimee Gottlieb, 312-238-5010

Adaptive Cycling

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The Adaptive Cycling Program offers professional coach-led cycling training on Computrainers twice weekly in the winter and spring. A great way to stay in cycling shape for summer, stay active and build endurance for competition.

Equipment is provided. Space is limited and it is recommended that you call to reserve a spot in advance.

This program is offered free of charge to all registered Sports and Fitness program participants with a current medical form on file.

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OUTDOOR CYCLING SEASON IS HERE! 

Grab your sunscreen and hit the lake front trail! 

Outdoor cycling practice runs from TUESDAY, MAY 22 through THURSDAY, AUGUST 23.

Practice meets 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Outdoor practice meets at the Lincoln Park Wilson Street Parking Lot located at Wilson Avenue and the lake (next to the Wilson Skate Park). When you arrive, you will turn left into the first parking lot, where we will stage for practice. If you are riding PACE, tell your driver to look under Common Place Dare2Tri.

PLEASE NOTE - THERE WILL BE NO PRACTICE ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:

  • MAY 31
  • JUNE 7
  • JULY 3
  • JULY 5

What to bring to outdoor cycling:

  • Your cellphone - in case you run into any bumps on the trail, you will be able to call for assistance.
  • If you have your own helmet, bring it with you. We do have program helmets you can borrow, in case you don't. You are REQUIRED to wear a helmet when riding with the program!
  • Sunscreen

Contact Aimee Gottlieb with any questions at agottlieb@sralab.org. 

Road Racing

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If you are interested in road racing in a push-rim racing chair, contact Aimee Gottlieb to find out how expert coaching can help you cross the finish line. In addition to summer training, indoor training on rollers is available in the fall and winter.

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