Our products often have a profound influence on the lives of our customers and their families. From the parents of a young child with Cerebral Palsy watching their son ride with his friends for the first time, to an older gentleman with balance problems recapturing the freedom of his youth, we’re fortunate to hear many of the wonderful stories Freedom Concepts customers have to tell.

Cristian’s Freedom

Julie describes her son Cristian as a happy 12-year-old boy who loves to laugh, go swimming, go to the beach, and play with his toys. Cristian has Kabuki syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that

Scarlett’s Freedom

Scarlett Ferguson is a fun-loving, 10-year-old girl who loves to read, sing and act. She’s done voiceover work and has been in commercials, YouTube episodes and a TV show. “She’s got big dreams and

Sammy’s Freedom

In 2011, Alia Wright and her son Sammy Jackson were in a car accident where Sammy suffered a traumatic brain injury that left him unable to walk and talk. “At first he couldn’t move

Leah’s Freedom

When you hear about the benefits of an adaptive bike, the first ones to come up are often the physical benefits. Motor function, physical strength, coordination and balance can all be improved through adaptive

  • Tallie Lyons Rides Her Freedom Concepts Adaptive Bicycle

Tallie’s Freedom

Tallie Lyons likes to be included. Whether it’s running errands with her parents or playing outside with her siblings, she always wants to be involved. But sometimes it’s a little harder for her than

Ryder’s Freedom

Ryder loves his adaptive bike. He rides it at home, at school, and everywhere he possibly can. We were lucky enough to sit down with Ryder's parents, Scott and Rachel, for a

Tommy’s Freedom

23-year-old Tommy Benedit has Angelman Syndrome, but he doesn’t let that stop him from getting out and being active. In fact, he goes for bike rides with his family on his Freedom Concepts ET2611

Nevaeh’s Freedom

At only 7-years-old, Nevaeh West is a baseball player, a two-time adaptive triathlon participant, and a future cheerleader. She cycles two to three times a week and goes to therapy for a minimum of

Sophia’s Freedom

When Sophia Collier was just three months old, she was diagnosed with a rare form of Group B Strep Meningitis, also known as Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS). The disease caused brain damage on the left

Briella’s New Bike

We want to give a great big THANK YOU to Variety Detroit & Freedom Concepts for Briella’s adaptive therapy bike that she will be able to grow with and use for many years to come! Giving

Drew’s Freedom

Drew loves the bike and is getting better and better at it everyday.  He's building his endurance and strength slowly.  For now, he's only able to go short distances before he's so exhausted he

  • Waverly and Family Out for a Ride

Waverly’s Freedom

Freedom Concepts bikes have affected us in a huge way. It’s really been a good piece of equipment for Waverly to keep in shape. In the spring, summer, and fall she rides her bike

Hunter’s Freedom

Freedom Concepts is grateful for the support of non-profit funders, all across North America, who help to get bikes to children who need them. From time to time though, we come across a true

  • Andrew on his ASR 2011

Andrew’s Freedom

I drove to Visalia yesterday to give my new friend, Andrew, his custom built Freedom Concepts bike. When I arrived, he wasn’t feeling too good, it was 106, and well honestly I didn’t blame

Izzie’s Inaugural Bike Ride

I wanted to send you this video of Izzie’s inaugural bike ride that was held a couple of weeks ago in San Francisco. As you can see from the video, we had a big

  • Bryan and family out for a ride

Bryan’s Freedom

Dear Freedom Concepts, My entire family would like to thank you soooo much for producing such a wonderful bike for our son. Having his own bike to ride has brought such joy to our