Freedom, Fun and Fresh Air for Kids!

2014 Adapted Bike Camp (April 21-25)

As Society for Disabilities’ Annual Adapted Bike Camp approaches, we at specialneedsinmycity.com can’t help but get excited about this amazing event for our kids who want to learn how to bike. Every year Bruce Davey, an adapted physical education teacher (SUSD) conducts a week-long camp, fitting children with the proper sized bikes and coaching and training high school volunteers to assist children with biking. At the sessions,  Bruce along with a bike specialist will help parents with any questions about what size bike to buy, where to buy and adjustments necessary for a bike.  An added bonus is having your child’s bike fine tuned by a bike specialist.

mom with kid on tadem bike

Parents, don’t miss this unique opportunity for your child to experience the joy of biking. For registration details, visit www.societyforhandicapped.org under Programs tab or contact Bruce Davey (530) 518-2669. Enjoy pictures from 2013 bike camp!

 

Date: April 21-25
Where: Ustach Middle School, Modesto
Contact: Lynn Quijada-Vaughan
Director of Programs
Society for Disabilities
209-524-3536

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One Response to Freedom, Fun and Fresh Air for Kids!

  1. Lynn Q-V says:

    We can’t wait for another exciting Bike Camp. We still have openings for participants, aged 7 – 18. Contact us or visit our website at http://www.societyforhandicapped.org
    We’re also in need of volunteers. Contact us right away for more information & paperwork.
    Lynn Q-V
    Director of Programs
    Society for Disabilities
    209-524-3536
    lynnqv@societyforhandicapped.org

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