Triumph Foundation Handcycle Clinics

on Friday, 17 July 2015. Posted in Triumph Foundation

Triumph Foundation hosts monthly clinic events locally in various cities around southern California. We also take part in other events and groups to educate and inspire people with disabilities to get out doors and involved in handcycling at any level they may choose based on their abilities, not on their disability.

Safety Briefing

Triumph-Foundation’s (www.Triumph-Foundation.org) handcycling program has been run by Domonic Corradin since May of 2013. We have acquired 6 handcycles that we bring to the clinic events and let people use, to introduce them to handcycling, or maybe try out a different model of bike than their own.

  • 1 Pacific Cycles Handy (yellow)
  • 1 Quickie Mach 3
  • 1 Top End Force 2 (blue, 17”)
  • 1 Top End Force 2 (red, 15”)
  • 1 Top End Excelerator
  • 1 Top End XLT (blue)

We provide some helmets and gloves, along with different adaptive grips and positioning elements. Participants are asked to bring any personal items they may want to use, as well. We also provide water and occasionally snacks at the trailhead.

We invite friends and family members to join in and share the experience to not only enjoy the activity, but gain an insight and understanding into the different disabilities.

Triumph Foundation is always working to foster relationships with other organizations and potentially set up satellite Triumph Foundation divisions across the state/country. If you would like more information, please contact myself or Andrew Skinner at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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