July 10 - RideON Bike Program: Session 2

07/10/2017 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM ET



RideON Bike Program

Our RideON program features Strider bikes. We work with Strider and local therapists so your children can feel the freedom of riding a bike with friends and family.

Strider Balance Bikes break down the overwhelming task of learning how to ride a bike. Striders are low to the ground so your child’s feet can always touch the ground – they can move and stop the bike with their feet like a scooter. Your child will learn balance, control of speed, turning, and braking. Your child may continue to enjoy a glide bike. Others may take those skills to a two wheeler with pedals.


With the Strider Balance Bikes, we have served children with Down syndrome, autism, low muscle tone, poor balance, arthrogryposis, and cerebral palsy – helping them to enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

TAASC RideOn camps provide children ages 3 – 16 with a solid foundation to learn to ride. There is no cost to this program. Camp sessions are held at the TAASC Adventure Center: 6000 Harriott Drive, Powell, Ohio 43064.



The TAASC Participant Profile must be current in order to participate.

Contact Maddie or Stacy at info@taasc.org with any questions.


A TAASC Liability Waiver must be completed for each person/family member once a year. It should be signed by each adult, and by the parent/legal guardian for minors or for an adult who has a legal guardian. Please download this, sign it and bring it with you.











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