Riding a bike is healthy, fun and a low-impact form of exercise for people of all ages and abilities.

In 2022, we took our first steps to introduce a new program to BCMOS, Adaptive Cycling, operating out of our Hiking Centre at Pacific Spirit Park. The pilot program was a great success and we brought it back in 2023. This year, cycling is now a full-fledged program during our 2024 season.

In preparation for the season, we’ve been busy adding equipment to our inventory, ensuring that we can offer more cycling excursions throughout the summer.

We now have an array of bikes suited to a variety of needs, from recumbent bicycles to handcycles and more!


Our Hiking Centre is open every day from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM and will be the base of operations for our cycling program. Throughout the season, you can cycle around Pacific Spirit Park on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. The Booking System opens May 14, 2024 at 9 AM and the hiking season starts on May 27th. 


QuantityTypeFurther Information
3Villagers Recumbent – Tricycle
1Top End Excelerator Stock Adult Handcycle
1Hase LEPUS – Righthand Steer Recumbent tricycle
1Sun EZ-3 AND EZ Tri Classic Recumbent Trike
1Varna – Recumbent tricycle
2GRIT Freedom Chair: 3.0
1GRIT Junior
2FX 2 Disc Stagger

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Where to find us

Our Hiking Centre is located in the Pacific Spirit Regional Park.

The 1,885-acre park, on the University of BC Endowment Lands, is a beautiful, multi-purpose recreational area. To get there, head west along W 16th Ave. towards UBC. Look for a turn on the right, 400m after the Blanca St. intersection. (If you arrive at the UBC campus you’ve missed it!) We are located alongside the Pacific Spirit Regional Park Centre. There are accessible washrooms and free parking.

If you are riding transit, the 25 Brentwood Stn/UBC and 33 29th Ave Stn/UBC stop within yards of the Hiking Centre.

Contact Us:

Phone: 236-513-2360



Can you help people with disabilities access beautiful British Columbia? If so, we’d love to hear from you.

Share your love of beautiful British Columbia and get to meet like-minded volunteers and clients.

The Disability Foundation and its affiliated societies comply with COVID-19 protocols as determined by the provincial health authorities (e.g., BC: Our workers and volunteers will follow such protocols and must be vaccinated to work with and within our organizations (offices, program locations, and home visits), unless a medical exemption is in place. To protect our workers and volunteers, we expect our clients and partners to comply with COVID-19 health and safety regulations which means fully vaccinated unless there is a medical exemption. 

Thank you for making everyone’s health and safety the top priority.