Our Objectives

Sequim Wheelers offers free wheelchair bike rides for folks that cannot ride a bike themselves, providing fresh air and sunshine for both riders and volunteers. The ability of these types of bike rides to lift the spirits of disabled individuals was documented by Alberta Health Services. It found that the rides dramatically decrease depression, while improving sleep, appetite, and more. We are providing fun rides on the Olympic Discovery Trail in Sequim.

About the Program

Our Team

Sequim Wheelers offers its riders and volunteers the opportunity to enjoy an hour of fresh air and sunshine on adaptive bikes on the The Olympic Discovery Trail in Sequim. Thanks to our amazing community support we have been able to purchase 2 wheelchair bikes, one Side by Side Tandem bike, and one additional wheelchair bike was donated to us. Therefore we have a fleet of 4 adaptive bikes to serve our community. This program is FREE OF CHARGE to the rider. For more info contact Bob Fitton This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Lanie Cates (360 809 2182).

Volunteer Training
All volunteers must be trained and log 3 trips on the trail before taking out a passenger.

Ride Start and Finish
We meet our riders at the parking lot of the Dungeness River Nature Center. 

Ride Schedule
Contact Lanie (360 809 2182) if you are interested in a ride. 

Thank you

Thanks to all of our supporters!

We are looking forward to riding the trail again soon. Though the pandemic has put our program on pause, we are working on returning safely as soon as possible.
Let's hope for the best!

Stay safe & healthy!

Who Can Ride

Our guests are unable to ride a bike themselves. The Bike Chair is designed to let someone else do the pedaling while the guest enjoys the view. Our goal is to help others get out on the Olympic Discovery Trail for some fresh air and sunshine. Just sit back and be our guests.

Sequim Wheelers does not have the means to get our guests to our loading area, so we ask that you provide your own transportation.

People who CANNOT participate are individuals who have postural issues, decubitus ulcers, or other conditions that prohibit them from sitting upright in the wheelchair. Also those with extreme, unpredictable behaviors, and those with acute illnesses.