Pictured are people riding adaptive bicycles on Portland's Eastbank Esplanade.
Adaptive BIKETOWN is now live to provide
bicycles for persons with disabilities
Portland’s Adaptive BIKETOWN is now in operation to provide a bike rental service for people with varying abilities. Hand cycles, foot-powered trikes, multi-person bikes, and more are available at BIKETOWN’s bike shop partner Kerr Bikes, 1945 SE Water Ave., Building B (near OMSI, on the Eastbank Esplanade). Adaptive BIKETOWN is an extension of Portland’s bike share system.
To ride Adaptive BIKETOWN, there are three steps: make a reservation at www.adaptivebiketown.com, get fitted, and bike! Services included with a bike rental are:
- Fitting for the available adaptive bikes
- Bike Helmet (included with bike rental)
- Mobility device storage during rental time
- Crate storage of service animal during rental time period
For further information about renting a bike, hours of operation, pricing and making reservations, visit the Adaptive BIKETOWN website. Questions may also be directed to Steve Hoyt-McBeth, program manager. Call Steve at 503-823-7191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adaptive BIKETOWN is sponsored by Kerr Bikes, Different Spokes and Nike.
Adaptive BIKETOWN banner with NIKE logo above.
KERR BIKES logo above.
Different Spokes logo above.