Cycling is an activity that many people enjoy as a hobby, in competitive sports, or as a form of exercise. This should come as no surprise given how many benefits cycling offers. Studies indicate that cycling can help improve mental well-being, promote weight loss, build muscles, improve lung health, reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer, improve sleep patterns, boost brainpower, and increase spatial awareness. If you have a mobility disability, there is a full range of cycles that assistive technology (AT) developers have created to help you reap the many benefits of cycling. This guide explores some of the different types of adapted cycles that are currently available on the market, including adult trikes, double rider bicycles, and handcycles.