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Get Out and Ride

Adaptive Cycle Loan Program for
Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury

Welcome to Get Out and Ride, our exciting initiative dedicated to enhancing the mobility and independence of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Through our program, participants can borrow adaptive bikes for a month, empowering them to explore their surroundings, engage in physical activity, and experience the freedom of movement. Our diverse range of adaptive bikes caters to various needs and preferences, ensuring that everyone can find a suitable option. With Get Out and Ride, we aim to break barriers, promote inclusivity, and inspire a sense of empowerment through adaptive cycling. Join us on the journey to reclaiming mobility and rediscovering the joy of outdoor activities.

How it works

Fill out our online registration form, providing basic information about yourself and your mobility needs. If you are new to Catalyst Sports, please register as an Adaptive Athlete prior to completing the bike loan registration.

Once your application is received, our team will schedule a consultation to discuss your needs, preferences, and any specific requirements regarding adaptive biking.

Bike Selection: Based on the information gathered during the consultation, we'll recommend a selection of adaptive bikes that best suit your needs. You'll have the opportunity to review and select the bike that appeals to you most.

Orientation: Before borrowing the bike, you'll attend an orientation session where we'll fit you and provide instructions on how to safely use and maintain the adaptive bike. Our goal is to serve people in rural areas, so if you are located outside of Metro Atlanta, we can travel to you for the orientation.

Loan Period: Enjoy your adaptive bike for a month, exploring your surroundings and experiencing the freedom of mobility.

At the end of the loan period, we will pick up the bike. If you loved it and want to purchase a bike we can help you with that through our Adaptive Bike Shop.

Contact Gillian Sharp for more information.; (678) 458-3288

This program is possible thanks to funding from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation,
Quality of Life Grants Program.  With this funding, we aim to promote
 accessibility to adaptive cycling for rural and underserved people living with paralysis.

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