KBF Blog

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 that because since then I’ve been able to ski with my friends and family when and where I’ve wanted.   Fast forward to 2014 when […]

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!  This will be my 5th ride and it’s become a non-miss annual staple on my calendar for not just me but my family and friends! […]

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 have done far more than help me purchase sporting equipment, they have provided a community. There is a very special bond that we share as […]

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 careen around our hay fields in my electric wheelchair, breaking it rather regularly and constantly tracking in mud and dirt. Thanks to the Kelly Brush […]

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! (You may need to be signed into Facebook for the video to appear below. You can also check out the video here) I have had […]