everyBODY ON PATHWAYS

Adaptive Cycling

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Adaptive Cycling JH

Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a great place to visit and ride on roads and the extensive pathways system. We are here to make sure that cycling in Jackson Hole is accessible to people with disabilities. We’re working to offer ways and support for everyBODY to get out there and enjoy the pavement with the best views in the world. In partnership with Teton Adaptive, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) now offers adaptive cycling lessons. At Teton Adaptive we and a partner provide demos and rentals. We are proud to provide the training, equipment and scholarships for locals while JHMR shares their amazing instructors. See below some of the offerings and how to book cycling lessons, demos and rentals.

Riding my hand cycle in Jackson Hole has given me hours of enjoyment and freedom. I’m glad Teton Adaptive and JHMR are here to support others in my favorite pastime

—John Zendler

Peruse Pathways

Adaptive Cycling Jackson Hole

Aren’t we lucky to have abundant pathways through partnerships between organizations like Friends of Pathways, Teton County, Grand Teton National Park, and Wyoming Pathways? In partnership with Teton Adaptive, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) now offers adaptive cycling lessons and Wheel Wranglers offers adaptive bike rentals. We are proud to provide both companies with the training, equipment and scholarships while JHMR shares their amazing instructors.

Pathways Trail Map

Cruise almost 70 miles on pathways in the Jackson Hole area with this handy map from Friends of Pathways.

Tip: Ring your bell when passing others on the pathway. More pathway etiquette info here.

Adaptive Cycling Lesson/Guide

Book a JHMR guide for a lesson by the hour. They’ll share the secrets on where to ride and see the sights on the Valley’s remarkable pathways.

  • Full Day (6 hours) – $525
  • Half Day (3 hours) – $325
  • 2 hours – $240
  • 1 hour – $150
One Hour Guide

$150

Rent a Bike (Wheel Wranglers)

Our partner Wheel Wranglers has two trikes in their rental fleet. Add one to their other bikes and get the whole family or group of friends out together! Pricing: 1 day: $45/day; 3-6 days: $36.00/day; 7+ days: $33.75/day

  • Bike, helmet and lock included
  • Delivery!
  • Guides available
Price for 1 Day 

$45

Demo a Bike

Are the pathways calling to you? After a fitting you are free to demo a bike from the Teton Adaptive fleet and ride out from our office in Teton Village. When available, demos can be brought to Emily’s Pond or Taggart Lake parking area for another view.

  • Fitting $50
  • Demo a bike for the day $20
  • Additional days $20 per day
Price for 1 Day

$70+

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Adaptive Road Riding Opportunities

Location & Nearby Adaptive Road Cycling

The Jackson Hole area has amazing cycling opportunities for people with disabilities! Here are some of the pathways and places we love to hand cycle and other types of road cycling. Join us on one of our weekly group rides for people with disabilities.

Pathway System

The Jackson Hole area has an awesome pathway system comprising almost 70 miles with views that will leave you awestruck! Through a partnership between organizations like Teton County, Friends of Pathways, Wyoming Pathways and Grand Teton National Park we are lucky to have paved pathways that enable us to ride without having to worry about cars!

In fact our office is located just off one of the pathways that runs along HWY 390 (AKA the Village Rd.), so it’s great location to start an adaptive ride. Please find a pathway map from Friends of Pathways here to plan your next ride!

Adaptive road cycling in Jackson Hole Map from Friends of Pathways

See Jackson Hole by Bike

Learn to Ride an Adaptive Bike with a Lesson

306.690.4774
1234 Cody Dr, Teton Village WY 83025
adaptive@jacksonhole.com

Contact

ADDRESS:
7342 Granite Loop Road
PO Box 903
Teton Village, Wyoming 83025

Phone: 307.203.2223
Email: info@tetonadaptivesports.com

501(c)3 non-profit organization
ID 06-1741611

Photo Credits:

Joe Stone
Julie Tickle
Dirt Myth
Jason Malczyk
Adam Glos
Peter Lobozzo
Cory Connett

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Our Mission:

Our mission is to promote, support and develop outdoor sports and recreation opportunities for people with disabilities living in and visiting the Greater Teton Area.