is a collaboration between the Ghisallo Cycling Initiative and the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department that provides an opportunity for adults aged 50 and older to engage in low-impact, bicycle-based recreation, exploration, and transportation. The Conley-Guerrero Senior Activity program uses three-wheeled adult trikes to enable riders of all skill levels to cycle the Boggy Creek Trail system and the Pedernales protected bikeway, which connect to neighborhood amenities like the Rosewood and Metz Recreation Centers, the Butler Hike-and-Bike trail, and an HEB grocery store.
attend an orientation class where they are tested for hand and leg strength and balance, provided classroom instruction, and given the opportunity to practice starting, stopping, turning, and obstacle avoidance. Participants can then attend trail rides led by instructors, center staff, and community members. Currently, there are eight trikes available, as well as two traditional bicycles so a staff member or volunteer can ride along with the Rollers. Helmets, pumps, and basic tools are also available for general upkeep and maintenance of the trikes.