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Spokes Fighting Strokes Adaptive Cycling Clinics

Dan Zimmerman from Spokes Fighting Strokes gives an adaptive cycling clinic at the Hostel Shoppe on July 20th, 2023.

Spokes Fighting Strokes Adaptive Cycling Clinics

and Seminars with Dan Zimmerman

July 16th & 18th, 2024

Spokes Fighting Strokes is a non-profit organization focused on helping those affected by a wide range of physical and mental disabilities on their journey to rehabilitation by utilizing recumbent trikes. Spokes Fighting Strokes has been touring the United States for four years, providing open recumbent trike riding clinics to stroke survivors, paraplegics, and those affected by neural degenerative diseases like M.S, Parkinson's, & Alzheimer's. This year, Dan's Wisconsin leg of the tour will have two adaptive cycling clinics, both of which are free to attend and open to the public.

Dan Zimmerman, founder of Spokes Fighting Strokes, sits on his trike.
Dan Zimmerman suffered a life-altering stroke in 2005 caused by Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT). Though recovery was difficult and took a long time, he is now able to do many things that were previously considered unattainable. Dan is now the founder of Spokes Fighting Strokes, a 501c organization, whose mission is to reach every stroke survivor and show them that recovery is possible! Through their Spokes Adaptive Cycling clinics in Arizona and Colorado, they help stroke survivors gain independence, ability, hope, and freedom.

Dan will once again be visiting the Hostel Shoppe on his 2024 Spokes Summer Tour across the U.S.A. and he will be visiting Wildwood Park in Marshfield on Tuesday, July 16th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at for the first clinic. The second clinic will take place later that week on Thursday, July 18th at the Hostel Shoppe from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Stevens Point. Both of these clinics will include seminars from Dan, a ride on local trails, and recommendations on trikes. This clinic is meant to act as a resource to help answer questions or provide support to those on their rehabilitation journey. The Sports Den will be assisting at the Marshfield clinic and providing snacks that day.
The Sports Den logo.

Cycling, Dan says, has improved his health and more importantly, given him a purpose in life. He wants to raise awareness of HHT, the disease that killed his brother and mother and is present in Dan and his younger son. He also wants to raise awareness of stroke prevention and inspire other stroke survivors to fight back against the disease. He is eager to present to stroke survivors, folks with traumatic brain injuries (TBI), Parkinson's, and people with other disabilities and their support teams.

Hostel Shoppe will provide refreshments and post clinic snacks.

Clinic 1: Tuesday, July 16th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Clinic 2: Thursday, July 18th from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Clinic 1: Wildwood Park, 1800 S Roddis Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449
Clinic 2: Hostel Shoppe, 3201 John Joanis Drive, Stevens Point, WI 54482

What: Presentation and test rides by Dan Zimmerman of Spokes Fighting Strokes. Snacks and refreshments provided by The Sports Den and Hostel Shoppe.

Contact: (800) 233-4340 or
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