Harford County Bike Camp

Harford County Bike Camp gives individuals with differing abilities, ages eight and over, the opportunity to learn and experience, the thrill of riding a bike.  Through iCanBike services, participants are taught by trained staff how to ride a bike in a warm and encouraging environment.  Riders attend a 75-minute session the same time each day for five consecutive days (Monday through Friday) and are physically assisted and encouraged by two volunteer spotters. Over the course of the camp, the adapted bike is adjusted to gradually introduce more instability in an effort to challenge riders at their own individual pace. Camp concludes with an inspiring award ceremony.

Camp has concluded for 2021 

Come back and visit us in the Spring for
details on next year's camp!

Harford County Bike Camp Logo

Rider Requirements

  • Must be at least 8 years old by the start of camp and have a disability
  • Must be able to walk without an assistive device and sidestep to both sides
  • Must be willing and able to wear a properly fitted bike helmet
  • Must be able to attend a 75-minute session at the same time each day of the five-day camp
  • Must be under 220 pounds and have a minimum inseam measurement of 20" (measured from the floor with sneakers on)
  • Must attend with adult who will stay on the premises for the entire session every day

Contact Rachel Harbin
Office of Disability Services | 410-638-3373 |