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Dear Sequim Wheelers community, we are sorry to announce that we have cancelled all Sequim Wheeler rides for the remaining 2021 season, due to the increasing number of Covid cases and the Delta Variant. We don’t want to risk adding to the Covid case numbers, so we decided to end our 2021 season.

We are happy that we were able to give rides for a few weeks and months before this, and that we were able to provide a quality time on the trail, on bikes, in nature, paired with fine companionship... we know that it was very nice for all our wheelers especially in these times – as confirmed by recent “Thank You” cards.

Dear Volunteers, thank you for your continued outstanding work, and your kindness – we are always happy to see you, so are our wheelers!!!  We are especially sorry for our new volunteers, who just got trained – or were about to be trained; we are happy you are on our team!  Unfortunately, we won’t train this season – the next training sessions will be in Spring 2022.

 We can’t wait to see you all in the Spring. We hope things are safer and simply better then.
Stay safe and healthy- we will miss you all!

Best wishes,
Team Sequim Wheelers 🍀🚲🍀🚲🥰🌞🚲


Sequim Wheelers

Free Adaptive-Bike Rides, we are offering fresh air , great company, and sunshine on a bike. The Sequim Wheelers are serving folks with physical challenges. We are looking forward to riding with you on our beautiful Olympic Discovery Trail! Your family and friends are welcome to ride along, if they like!

Stay safe & healthy!

Free Community Service

Sequim Wheelers, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), is the fifth program of this kind in the US. We offer FREE adaptive bike rides on  to our elderly and disabled community members, including children. Trained volunteers provide one hour long rides on the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) in Sequim. 

Our goal is to support an inclusive community where everyone can enjoy our amazing ODT.

We launch our rides at the Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park on the ODT.

Explore our website whether you would like a ride, sign up to be a volunteer, or make a donation to this wonderful free service to our community. Thank you!

To Book a Ride With Us

Please email Bob Fitton at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Lanie Cates (831 428 2626). Family members or caregivers who would like to ride along on their own bicycles are welcome, but ALL who ride with us must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and must fill out our online Liability/Covid waiver, here: Sequim Wheelers 2021 Waiver.

If interested in volunteering, find out how on our VOLUNTEERS page.

Other Wheelchair Bike Programs

Check out the other programs around the nation.

Sequim Wheelers is modeled after similar programs elsewhere.
Click below to see the what's in store for Sequim!
Healing Rides, Illinois
Nantucket Wheelers, Massachusetts
Portland Wheelers, Maine | Joy 2 Ride, Michigan
Adapted Bicycle Joyrides | Lone Star Wheelers | Plano, Texas

Sherwood Assisted Living Article

Wheelchair Bike Program Aims to Get Seniors Out on Rides

There's a certain thrill when people hit the trails on their bicycles. The are out-doors, soaking up the sunshine and feeling the wind on their faces. It's an excitement that Sequim bicycle enthusiast Nicole Lepping wants to share with the area's seniors and disabled adults and children...
Click here to read more.

Our adaptive bike fleet

We have a total of 4 adaptive bikes in our fleet. All bikes are pedal assist bikes.

We have 2 Duet (Huka) wheelchair bikes. 

One Opair Wheelchair Bike, Van Raam.

One Side by side tandem bike, Fun 2 Go, Van Raam
(newest 2020 addition to our fleet)

2 Duet bikes- wheelchair bikes (Huka)