Apply to Attend the Inaugural KBF Adaptive Mountain Bike Camp at Kingdom Trails in Vermont!
The Kelly Brush Foundation is excited to announce the inaugural KBF Adaptive Mountain Bike Camp taking place October 6-9, 2021!
This opportunity will engage and bring together the SCI community to grow participation and gain further independence in adaptive sports.
Individuals with paralysis caused by spinal cord injury who reside in the United States. Other conditions are not eligible for this program, including (but not limited to) spina bifida, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, post-polio, Guillain-Barre´ Strohl Syndrome, ALS, all other neuropathies, and all other conditions causing disability.
We welcome individuals who already own an adaptive mountain bike and those who do not to apply. (If you do not own a bike, one will be provided). You will need to be able to provide your own transportation to East Burke, VT.
- When: Wednesday, October 6 to Saturday October 9, 2021
- What and where: Join KBF for two and half days of biking in the beautiful Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. The camp features 1.5 days of trail riding at Kingdom Trails and 1 day of downhill riding at Burke Mountain Bike Park. All abilities welcome!
- What’s included: 3 night stay at Burke Mountain Resort, with 3 days of breakfast, 2 lunches and 1 dinner. All trail passes, lift tickets and any equipment (such as bikes, helmets, etc.) needed will also be included. Participants who have their own equipment should plan to bring it.
In addition to the Kelly Brush Foundation team, you will also be supported by an amazing group of people involved in the adaptive mountain bike community including representatives from Vermont Adaptive, National Ability Center, Stowe Mountain Bike Academy and Green Mountain Adaptive Sports
Applications have closed. The deadline to apply was Friday, August 27, 2021. Stay tuned; we will be announcing more camps to be held in 2022!
We will notify all applicants of a decision by Friday, September 3, 2021. If you have any questions, please contact Greg Durso, Program Director at [email protected].