We have a very high success rate in teaching individuals with disabilities to ride a conventional two-wheel bike. However, the primary reason why some of our successful participants lose the skill and confidence of bike riding after camp ends is a lack of bike riding opportunities following camp. It is of utmost importance that if you have a loved one participate in one of our bike camps you bring their personal bike to the camp as early as possible during the bike camp week, Monday is recommended. iCan Bike staff will inspect the participant’s personal bike to ensure proper fit and suitability, ensure that the bike is appropriate for the participant, and transition the participant from our two-wheel bike to their personal bike by the end of camp (typically on Friday). Although participants will be riding our adapted bicycles during camp, transitioning to their own bike at the end of camp is important for continued success at home and lifetime riding. In fact, we often hear from families of participants that did not ride completely independently at bike camp, that they learned to ride days or weeks later after continued practice on their personal bike at home.