I Can Shine (formerly known as Loose the Training Wheels) I Can Bike Camp provides a one week learn to ride bike camp. The mission of I Can Shine is to teach individuals with disabilities to ride a conventional two-wheel bicycle. I Can Shine offers several locations in MA (Arlington, Upton, Scituate) and different time frames (school vacations, summer sessions, after school programs). Check the website for updated listing of local sites sponsoring a weeklong program. Contact Information: http://icanshine.org
Franciscan Hospital for Children Adapted Bike Camp Program is for school-aged children with special needs who cannot ride a typical bicycle but would like to learn how to ride an adapted bicycle. Camp usually runs for one week in August and offers a morning session (young riders) and afternoon session (older children). Contact: Maria (firstname.lastname@example.org) or (617)254-3800 x2280 for more information.
Bicycle Riding School A program that teaches children (and adults) to ride a bicycle. They often a series of 4 group classes or the option for private classes. Teaching techniques include starting on a balance bike (pedals removed) and progressing to independent pedaling. Location: 14 William Street, Somerville, MA 02144. Contact: Susan McLucas at (617) 776-6524 or email: SusanBMcL@gmail.com Website: http://www.bicycleridingschool.org
Yikes Bikes (OTA of Watertown) Occupational Therapy facility that offers parent lectures (see website below) on teaching children to ride a bike and provides private lessons for teaching children to ride. Location: 74 Bridge Street, Newton MA 02458 Website: http://www.otawatertown.com/?topic=testevent