We are a Northern California non-profit organization dedicated to providing custom tricycles to children with disabilities.
The ability to ride a bike is often not a reality for children with physical or developmental challenges. Properly balanced and safely supported, almost any child can ride an Amtryke. They are designed to address the special and varied needs of any individual with disabilities.
Proven to build motor skills, strength and self esteem.
It is fun to ride and offers the child the chance for age appropriate inclusive play.
"I haven't ridden a bike in 5 years. I'm so looking forward to feeling more free!"
"I'm going to ride my bike to Roundtable Pizza!"
Joshua's mom is thrilled "that he now has the ability to participate in more physical family activities and that he has something that all the other kids have."
Aiden's mom is "excited that he'll finally be able to go outside and play."
"I'm looking forward to bike rides with my family."
"Now I can finally go with my family to walk the dog!"
The average cost of one Tryke is $1,000. Please donate today to help us bring the gift of mobility to a child in need. Please make your checks out to NorCal Trykers and mail to 417 Mace Blvd., Ste., J-177, Davis, CA 95618 or click the PayPal button below.
NorCal Trykers is a 100% volunteer-based organization with very low administrative costs. Nearly 100% of every donation goes toward the purchase of trykes for kids.
NorCal Trykers is a subsidiary of the parent organization National AMBUCS Inc., which is a fully qualified 501(c)(3) organization as recognized by the IRS. As such, NorCal Trykers is fully recognized as part of National AMBUCS, Inc. Group Tax Exemption (No. 8069). NorCal Trykers EIN number is 90-1137334.
FREEDOM FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DONORS
$1,000 to $4,999
Mr. & Mrs. Ashley Hunter
Peter & Gill Williams
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Hutcheson
Kiwanis Club of Woodland
FREEDOM FOR FRIENDS DONORS
$500 to $999
Soroptomist International of Davis
Laura Verke Jackson
HELPING HAND DONORS
Up to $499
Greg Parry, Valorie Scott, Sharon Holstege, Kalista Hickman, Matthew Rexroad, Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Dewey, Clyde Froehlich, Lester Kleinberg, Vinod Patel, Jamie Baker, Vanhanh Pham, Julie DeJong, Karl Livengood, Anna Miranda, Terri Black, Nicole Hart, Jean Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. Reina-Guerra, Mr. & Mrs. Fernando Medrano, Andy Hodson and Jill Harper, William Owen, Maria Tebbutt, Katrin Baxter, Alexander Chen, Fred Main, John Benton, Darsie Fiske, Matt & Christina Albers, Peri Walker-Roche, Ronda Hutt DaRosa, Jean Salk, Gail Rogers Walters, Susan Melcher, Karen Salk, Noreen Carter, Helen Raybould, Samrina Marshall, Deb Bruns, Gina Costa Jones, Lars Pedersen, Marti Schoen, Julie Nedwin, Mary Holmes, Hector Ontiveros, Ciana Wallace, Karen Waggoner, Todd Haverlock, Matt Dolcini, Gabrielle Albert, Jamie Madison, Alyssa Adryan-Wallace, Daniel Sedillo, The Christmas Light Pros of Sacramento, Veronica Stanton, Mr. & Mrs. Gene Glaeser, Joseph Schwartz, Aimee Deem, Oliver Stanton & Dr. Virginia Joyce, Stephanie Schneider, Gloria Woodlock, Cindy Schneider & Kevin Hanks, Lauren Schiff, Monica Landry, Aaron Miguel, Heather Rose, Gary Chang, Adrian Bowen, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Chandler, Mr. & Mrs. Joshua Christen
NorCal Trykers officially opened its doors on January 11, 2017. Since then, we have been fortunate to have received donations to fund over 40 trykes for kids with disabilities.
Our team is made up of physical and occupational therapy professionals with years of experience working with children with disabilities. The team is rounded out with individuals with sales, marketing and administrative expertise.
We are proud to work with the Yolo County Office of Education, College and Career Readiness Department, which has partnered with Manolo Jauregui and Pascual Marquez of Marquez Design, both credentialed teachers in areas of manufacturing, product design and transportation, to form the Corazon Experience.
The Corazon Experience works with high school age students from various demographics. All of the students in the program are enrolled in a CTE course and those that participate in the bike build outside of their regular school day will be able to earn community service hours. The students will learn skill sets in areas of tool identification and proper use, measuring, and manufacturing. Students will also learn the importance of providing service to others.
Giving the gift of mobility.