Adaptive MoGo


Following a successful pilot program, Adaptive MoGo is returning for its second season! Right now, MoGo and its adaptive partners, Programs to Educate All Cyclists (PEAC) and Wheelhouse Detroit, are planning for the season. Stay tuned to find out our re-launch date!


Adaptive MoGo offers cycling options for riders of all abilities! With 13 different cycles including recumbent tricycles, upright cargo tricycles, hand tricycles, tandem bicycles, tandem tricycles, and more, Adaptive MoGo accommodates a wide range of rider needs.


This program is provided through a partnership with Wheelhouse Detroit & PEAC. To ensure you're fitted for a cycle that best fits your needs, all Adaptive MoGo trips start and end at Wheelhouse Detroit's riverfront location. 


Riders with mobility devices are welcome to store their devices at Wheelhouse Detroit for the duration of an Adaptive MoGo trip. However, for everyone's safety, Wheelhouse Detroit staff does not provide transfers to and/or from adaptive cycles. For riders needing additional support, please come with a companion cyclist. All companion cyclists will receive a Free Daily MoGo pass if they wish to ride along on a two-wheeled MoGo.

How it Works



Purchase an Adaptive MoGo Seasonal Pass or a Single Trip. Reservations for all trips must be made 12 hours ahead.



Get properly fitted and start your trip at Wheelhouse Detroit’s Riverfront location. All Adaptive MoGo trips are two hours or less.



Return your adaptive cycle to Wheelhouse Detroit. Any overages fees that apply must be paid at the time of return.

Passes & Pricing

Adaptive MoGo is available at Wheelhouse Detroit’s riverfront location from May - October. Access, Monthly, and Annual Passes do not provide access to Adaptive MoGo trips. Check out the table below to find out how to ride Adaptive MoGo!

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