Check Out Covey Bikes

Covey’s adaptive bike lending program helps youth and adults with disabilities test-drive adaptive bikes before buying a bike. (To secure funding, it helps to know which adaptive bike is the perfect fit!)

How It Works:

  1. Call Covey at 920.424.4071 Ext. 1129 to schedule an appointment.
  2. Bring your loved one and his or her Occupational Therapist to the appointment to test out the bikes.
  3. Pick out an adaptive bike to bring home. Test-drive it for up to two weeks!

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Our Tandem Bikes

D1: Super Cruzer side-by-side tandem bike. The bike reaches 30” long and is 21” high. The pedaling system is separate, with one rider controlling each side. The steering system is connected so one or two riders can control it. The seats adjust forward and backward, perfect for riders of various heights.

D2: Rhoades Car side-by-side tandem bike. The bike reaches 21” front to back and the seat reaches 13” high. One or two riders can pedal this bike. The steering is completely controlled by one of the riders.

D3: Joy Rider side-by-side tandem bike. The bike is 23” long and raises 17” off the ground. The pedaling systems are separate, allowing for one or two riders to control the pedaling. The steering system is shared; one or both riders can control it. The seats are adjustable for riders of different heights.

D1: Super Cruzer Side-by-Side Tandem Bike

D2: Rhoades Car Side-by-Side Tandem Bike

D3: Joy Rider Side-by-Side Tandem Bike

Our Single-Rider Bikes

S1: Trek single rider trike. It has a max weight of 75lbs.

S2: Rifton single rider trike. The bike reaches 19.5” long and the seat is raised to 15” above the ground. The seat and handlebar heights are adjustable.

S3: A small trike with an adjustable backrest and harness. The bike reaches about 18” long and is raised 15” off the ground.

S4: Mission single rider, Ride-Along bike. This bike attaches to and is pulled behind another bike. The bike reaches 18” from seat to pedals and with the seat raised 8” off the ground. The bike comes with an adjustable seat that can move forward or backward. There is a harness attached to the seat.

S5: Abaya hand-pedaled trike. This bike is non-adjustable. Steering and pedaling controlled with the handlebar.

S6: Trailmate trike for adults. The seat and pedals are around 17” apart; however, the seat can be adjusted to different lengths. Easy-to-reach handles make steering easier. Seat has a backrest for comfortable riding.

S7: Trek single rider bicycle. This bike is 18.5” long and the adjustable seat is raised 18” high. This bike meets requirements for the iCan Shine Bike Camp.

S8: Trek single rider Ride-Along bike. This bike attaches to and is pulled behind another bike. The seat is 18” from the pedals and sits 8” above the ground.

S9: Trailmate trike for adults. This bike reaches 34” and is raised 12” off the ground. The seat is adjustable; however, the handlebar is not.

S10: Non-adjustable small Trek brand trike. The seat is 10” from the pedals and is 11” high.

S11: Trailmate trike for adults. This bike reaches 32” and is raised 21” off the ground. The seat is adjustable; however, the handlebar is not. The seat has a comfortable mesh backrest.

S2: Trek Single Rider Trike

S3: Rifton Single Rider Trike

S7: Trek Single Rider Bicycle

S5: Abaya Hand-Pedaled Trike

S11: Trailmate Trike for Adults