Riding an indoor, stationary bicycle has been shown to reduce Parkinson's motor symptoms by as much as 35%. And it's something almost anyone with Parkinson's can do. 

Participants ride indoor, stationary bikes for 1 hour starting with a 10 minute warm up followed by 40 minutes at 80 to 90 RPM with resistance, and a 10 minute cool down. 

Available online and live, in-person at more than 150 facilities across the country. Join a Pedaling For Parkinson's indoor cycling group and Exercise Your Brain !

Diagnosed with Parkinsons more than twenty years ago, John Carlin spent most of his time thereafter helping others with the disease learn how to get the most out of life.  A leader and a pioneer, he’s become as much a legend around the country as he has in the Denver Parkinson’s community.

John discovered the work of Dr. Jay Alberts during a visit to the Cleveland Clinic in 2009. Following that meeting, John was invited to participate in a clinical study to determine the effects of long distance cycling on people living with Parkinsons.  Little did he know, he had agreed to ride the RAGBRAI.  Continue

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Sep 25, 2022 - As the COVID pandemic continues to ease, people living with Parkinsons are returning to host facilities across the country while new participants sign up every day.  

"Though we intend to fully support our online classes," said Tom Palizzi, PFP Operations, "we're helping our previous and existing partners reopen and ramp up participation in their facilities.  At the same time, we're experiencing steady growth with new sites coming on line from coast-to-coast."

Click here to find a class near you, or check out one of our online programs, click here.

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