“We had been working with our son for two years on pedaling a tricycle with little results. He made HUGE progress after 1 class with Rachel. He now rides his tricycle everyday at home and talks about “bike class” to family members and his therapists.” – Parent, Summer Program
“When I ride the tandem bike, I get a feeling of freedom that I have never experienced before.” – Matt C., Student, ATP Program
“My students have never been more excited by a program. It is so real and so practical, and needs to happen in every classroom, every year.” – Caryn R., School Teacher, ATP Program
We are proud to induct PEAC into the Susan Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame.
PEAC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Ypsilanti, Michigan and our mission is to empower individuals with disabilities through cycling, active transportation, and self-advocacy education. They believe that biking and alternative modes of transportation play a critical role in increasing community access, fostering social involvement & self-esteem, and promoting healthy lifestyles among individuals with disabilities. They know that everyone can ride.