Mobility Matters Foundation, LimbTech, and Freedom Concepts, are excited to bring you and your children the Third Annual Bike Day!
Adaptive Bike Day is an opportunity for everyone to be able to come and try out a Freedom Concepts Adaptive Bike! There will be trained professionals on hand to conduct evaluations and determine product sizing for children and youth ages 3 and up
Please join us for the second annual Adaptive Bike Day on Saturday September 16th, 2023 from 9AM-1PM.
Adaptive Bike Day will be held at Jackson Park. The address is: 801 4th Avenue East Hendersonville, NC 28792
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If you'd like for your child to participate in Adaptive Bike Day, please complete this form in it's entirety. This is required for all participants.
If you'd like to volunteer at Adaptive Bike Day, please complete the following form. Thank you for volunteering with us!
Your support and contributions will enable us to donate adaptive bikes to children with disabilities. Thank you so much for your generosity!
The Asheville Tennis Association is proud to introduce Wheel Serve Asheville!
Amy Siegler, the owner of LimbTech, is an Ambassador for this program.
Wheel Serve Asheville is a wheelchair tennis program serving all ages with physical disability.
Most Saturdays in April through October from 1:00pm-3:00pm.
Asheville Racquet Club - Downtown
27 Resort Drive Asheville, NC 28806
Gary was able to received this chair thanks to Limbtech, Mobility Matters and the WNC bridge foundation.
Aging Projects is an online directory designed to help senior citizens and their caregivers in Western North Carolina (WNC). Aging projects provide resources to the senior population in WNC, with the goal of helping them remain in their own homes. The website has a list of service providers available to the senior citizen that reside in WNC. Amy Siegler, owner of Limbtech, is on the board of directors.