Please read through the adaptive cycle options, then continue to the reservation form below to reserve your next Adaptive MoGo trip!
The recumbent tricycle features a low-to-the-ground seat and a back rest for those in need of additional trunk or back support. With three wheels, the recumbent trike provides a stable, comfortable ride. Two (2) available.
The upright cargo tricycle offers more stability for those who struggle to balance on a two-wheeled bicycle, but wish to ride independently. However, this tricycle doesn't provide back or trunk support. We have two standard size tricycles and one large tricycle for taller and/or heavier riders.
The hand tricycle provides an opportunity for people with limited mobility below the waist to ride independently. The hand tricycle is also ideal for those in need of back or lateral support. Some upper body strength is needed in order to pedal. Two (2) available.
The in-line recumbent tandem allows two cyclists to ride together with greater stability. Riders are seated one behind the other and both seats provide trunk/back support. Both riders are responsible for pedaling, however, only the captain, or front rider, can steer. The rear seat is a great option for the visually impaired, people with problems balancing, or those who struggle with decision making. One (1) available.
The side-by-side recumbent tandem is a four-wheeled cycle that allows two riders to sit and communicate next to each other. This is a great option for those who are hesitant to ride or may have anxiety about riding. It allows both riders the opportunity to steer, brake and easily control speed while pedaling independently. Additionally, there is a storage platform for any luggage. One (1) available.
The front-loading tricycle is a tadpole tricycle (two wheels in the front) with an attached front box designed to carry one passenger. The box features a fold-down step for an easier, more stable entry and exit. The box can accommodate a service animal, child, or a small adult passenger. However, due to the low-set backrest, we don't recommend this option for those in need of additional trunk/back support. One (1) available.
This two-wheeled tandem offers all of the features of a standard two-wheeled bicycle while allowing for two riders. The difference between the two-wheeled tandems is the low-set top bar that allows both riders to get on an off easily. The front rider, or captain, should be a confident bicyclist who is able to balance and generate a powerful start. The rear seat is great for the visually impaired, individuals who need problem-solving support, and those who are apprehensive about balancing a two-wheeled bicycle on their own. One (1) available.
These two-wheeled tandems offer all the features of a standard two-wheeled bicycle while allowing for two riders. The front rider, or captain, should be a confident bicyclist who is able to balance on a two-wheeled bicycle and can generate a powerful start. The rear seat is a great option for the visually impaired, individuals who need problem-solving support, and those who are apprehensive about balancing a two-wheeled bicycle on their own. Two (2) available.