- Community Voice: Program Spotlight - Programs to Educate All Cyclists (PEAC)
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- Sports for Children and Youth with Disabilities
- An Ounce of Prevention
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- Danny's First Ride
- Sled Hockey
- Opening Doors: Why Fitness Facilities Should Make Room for People With Disabilities
- Community Voice: Cycling to New Heights: Greta Neimanas
- Community Voice: Swim, Bike, Run . . . and the Rest is History
Cycling is a recreational and competitive activity that allows individuals to obtain a cardiovascular workout while strengthening corresponding muscle groups. Cycling can be accomplished using either the upper or lower extremities. It is also an activity that can be done indoors or outdoors. Cycling is an official sport of Disabled Sports USA (DSUSA), Special Olympics International (SOI), the United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA), the United States Deaf Sports Federation (USADSF), and the National Disability Sports Alliance (NDSA). Competitive handcycling is governed by the United States Handcycling Federation (USHF).
Each of the disabled sports organizations listed above work cooperatively with USA Cycling to develop cycling opportunities throughout the United States. Events range from 400-meter junior races offered by NDSA to 40-kilometer road races offered by DSUSA and USABA.