#GivingTuesday – Anna’s Reason

Posted on November 20, 2017 to Blog

For #GivingTuesday, Anna shares what her KBF grant meant to her and why she hopes you will consider giving. When I broke my back in a rock climbing fall two […]

Meet the #KBFamily – Matt from Wisconsin

Posted on August 13, 2017 to Blog

  “I can’t thank the Kelly Brush Foundation enough for helping me get this handcycle. It is such a smooth, fluid ride that I feel the urge to ride it […]

Meet the #KBFamily – Anna from Oregon

Posted on July 9, 2017 to Blog

  “By far, more than anything else I may have lost with my injury, I miss the ability and the freedom to get out into the wilds under my own […]

A blog from Mike after handcycling 100 miles in the Kelly Brush Ride

Posted on October 9, 2016 to Blog

  I was first introduced to the Kelly Brush Foundation in 2009 when I was lucky enough to receive a grant for a KBG sit ski. I’m extremely grateful for […]

Why I #KellyBrushRide – Greg

Posted on September 1, 2016 to Blog

  Greg – a 2-time grant recipient from the KBF, talks about being active, being outside, and even his Ironman! The Kelly Brush Ride to me is a Game Changer!  […]

Why the Kelly Brush Ride? – Paula

Posted on August 31, 2016 to Blog

Paula – a 2013 grant recipient talks about what being active (and the KBF) means to her. The Kelly Brush Foundation has and continues to be an amazing resource. They […]

Why the Kelly Brush Ride? – Travis

Posted on August 30, 2016 to Blog

Travis – 2015 KBF Grant Recipient Travis shares what riding in the Kelly Brush Ride means to him. Growing up on a farm I always loved being outside. I used to […]

Recipient Update(s) – 3 Stories from 3 Grant Recipients from Around the Country

Posted on February 5, 2016 to Blog

1. Tyler – Arkansas This video came from Tyler, a recent Craig Hospital graduate, on one of his first rides back home in Arkansas. Watch with audio for the full experience! […]

Grant Recipient Update – Alicia from Vermont

Posted on September 1, 2015 to Blog

We met Alicia last year at the Kelly Brush Ride for the first time and received her grant application a month later. She was already an accomplished international handcyclists racing […]