We all see the Lime and Jump bikes around Seattle, but there wasn't really an option for people with disabilities to be able to check out a bike and move around. Well now the Seattle Department of Transportation has partnered with ‘Outdoors for All’ which is a local nonprofit organization, to allow people with disabilities to check out adaptive bicycles. This will be open 7 days a week and will be free of charge and a portion of the bike share permit-generated fees will go straight to ‘Outdoors for All’, allowing this great organization to better serve the community through the Adaptive Cycling Center. I love this so much because everyone should be able to rent a bike no matter their disability!
Outdoors For All Motto- To enrich the lives of adults and children with disabilities through outdoor recreation!
Check out the website HERE for more info!