Formerly known as Lose the Training Wheels, I Can Bike is now a program of the Achievement
Centers for Children. We are very excited about this new partnership. I Can Bike is a specialized
bicycle camp that teaches children with cognitive and/ or physical disabilities how to ride regular
bicycles without training wheels. Children start off on stable roller-wheeled bikes and progress
to increasingly less stable bikes. Participants will attend camp for 75 minutes each day. By
weekrsquos end, the majority of children are on regular bikes without any support. Last year I Can Bike had over 90 camps serving 2,500 kids with over 80% success rate. Our adapted bicycling program is backed with 20 years of research by Dr. Richard E. Klein. He established his first bike camp in 1999 in LaCrosse, WI. The bike program has grown from one camp and onefleet of bikes in 1999, to over 90 camps and 10 bike fleets that are being used across the country and in Canada.

Volunteers and sponsors always needed!

I Can Bike has successfully helped children with numerous physical and cognitive disabilities or challenges including autism, Down Syndrome, amputations, brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal bifida and ADHD.

Participants must:
middot Have a physical and or cognitive disorder!
middot Be 8 years or older
middot Be able to walk without assistance
middot Be able to follow directions and focus for 75 minutes of camp.

Scholarships are available.

Provider Information
Rob Fellinger
(216) 410-3007
Notre Dame College,South Euclid,OH