RECREATION: Adaptive Cycle Expo offers biking for all abilities on May 16 at Civic Field

As part of National Bike Month, the Outdoors for All Foundation will bring a small fleet of adaptive cycles that enable people of all abilities to enjoy cycling from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 16, at the Civic Field track.

People are invited to have a go on the bikes, which include hand-cycles for riders with limited or no leg movement, three and four-wheel cycles for people who need more stability; and tandem cycles for people who want or need a guide while cycling. There will be cycles for both kids and adults.

The free event is co-sponsored by St. Joseph hospital’s Center for Rehabilitation Medicine and by Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department, with support from everybodyBIKE.

Event details: 360-778-7000. More on the foundation: outdoorsforall.org.