RISE is happy to partner with iCan! Shine for their week-long iCan! Bike camp. iCan Shine is a 510(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2007 that teaches individuals with disabilities to ride a conventional two-wheel bicycle through it’s five-day iCan Bike program. Through custom-designed bike equipment, each camp participant attends camp for 75-minutes each day for five consecutive days. Below you will find information about our 2020 bike camp.
RISE for Autism is hosting our Fifth Annual iCan! Bike Camp
Dates: June 22 - June 26, 2020
Times: 75-Minute Sessions
Mandatory Orientation Meeting: Sunday, June 22, 2020, 2:00 - 3:00 PM
Location: Old Mill High School Gymnasium
600 Patriot Lane
Millersville, MD 21108
**Please review camp requirements below**
Registration opens on February 1, 2020 (There will be a link below).
Looking for a bike? Pedal Pushers has received training to find you the right bike. Please visit them for all your bike purchasing! We will be scheduling a Bike Fit night as it gets closer to the event.
546 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd
Severna Park, MD 21146
Requirements for Participation (Rider must meet all of below criteria):
· Minimum age - 8 years old
· Able to sidestep to both sides
· Have a disability
· Able to attend camp all 5 days
· Able to walk without assistive device
· Maximum weight 220 lbs.
· Willing and able to wear a properly fitted bike helmet
· Minimum inseam of 20” (measure from floor while rider is wearing sneakers)
NOTE: Dropping-off Riders at the program is not permitted. A parent, legal guardian or other adult authorized to take responsibility for the Rider (e.g. another parent) must remain on site for the duration of the 75-minute program.
RISE for Autism needs 100 volunteers during this 5 day Camp for individuals with Special Needs. With the guidance and aid of 100 volunteers, 35 individuals will learn how to independently ride a 2 wheel bicycle.
The time commitment is only 75-minute increments, but don't be afraid to sign up for more than one time slot.
We appreciate any and all volunteers, but we REALLY appreciate volunteers signing up for the same time slots across the week. This helps the riders feel secure when they have the same spotters supporting them as they learn to ride a bike.
By Thursday, some of our riders will be riding with speed. This is a very active volunteer opportunity, please keep that in mind. As a spotter, you will be jogging alongside the riders. Spotters often take turns jogging a few laps, so the more volunteers, the better!
You will receive a t-shirt and service hours are available.
510 McCormick Drive, Suite U-W, Glen Burnie, MD 21061
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