Cycling is a fully integrated sport, meaning athletes with disabilities can enjoy it alongside family and friends. Sportable’s cycling program includes indoor cycling sessions with a strength training component during the colder months and outdoor rides in the warmer weather. Cycling is a great fitness and cross training opportunity and also has competitive outlets for those interested in racing and/or triathlon. A variety of handcycles, recumbent trikes, and tandem bikes are available for athlete use.
July 12 – September 13, 2017
To register, please call 804-340-2991.
Important: You must have a Sportable Athlete Membership before you can register for our sports programs. Please visit our Membership page to sign up to become a Sportable member.
Virginia Cap2Cap Trail
2999 Darbytown Rd, Henrico, VA 23231
Youth and adults with a physical disability* or visual impairment, a desire to improve their overall physical fitness, and an interest in cycling
Please make sure that all athletes have filled out the Waiver & Release of Liability Form and the Medical Information Form. Both can be found in our Form Archives. Please turn in forms at first sport session.
For more information about the Community Program, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 804. 340. 2991
*The majority of Sportable programs can be adapted for all levels of physical ability, including those individuals who are ambulatory or use a manual or power wheelchair. Sportable reserves the right to hold your registration and place you on a waiting list until we can determine if accommodations for your participation can be made.
Meet our coach
Lucille has been a Physical Therapist for 32 years, 8 with adult (primarily spinal cord injury, head injury, amputee rehab), then nearly 25 in pediatrics with birth – 21 all levels of function, diagnosis’ etc. She now still does PT at Children’s while managing one of our satellite clinics of PT, OT and Speech Therapy. She was dual certified as ATC and PT for years. She worked on Ski Patrol part time for 8 years, and was EMT at that time (1985-1993.) Lucille also had some experience with adaptive skiing during those years. Lucille has a passion for fitness and health, and strongly feels this is important for everyone.
Lucille began her cycling career in high school while bike touring (worked for American Youth Hostels in their office and learned a lot about touring there). She continued touring in college and after graduation, but transitioned to mostly road biking in the mid- late ‘80s. Now she classifies herself as an avid cyclist, logging over 4500 miles last year, including 6 century rides.