In Kelly’s Words – Getting Offroad!

  For someone in a wheelchair there is nothing more liberating than getting off the pavement and into the woods, fields, or mountains.   About a week ago I got an offroad handcycle, the equivalent of a mountain bike. These machines have become a lot more popular in the last 5 or so years. What […]

Meet the #KBFamily – Anna from Oregon

  “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 power the most.”   That line was from Anna Soens’ grant application to the KBF for a new off-road handcycle. When Anna applied in the […]

Announcing the POC 5×5 – Kelly Brush Ride

  We’re teaming up with the awesome people at POC again to give 15 Kelly Brush Riders the opportunity to win a POC helmet for themselves AND for a KBF Grant Recipient. That means POC is giving away 30 helmets to riders in the #KellyBrushRide and members of the #KBFamily this summer! Here’s how it […]

In Kelly’s Words – All about Dylan, my daughter

  So Zeke, Dylan and I took a trip to California. Being out of our normal location and routine allowed me to appreciate Dylan’s changes and development in ways that I don’t always recognize when we are at home. [Scroll to the bottom for recent photo album!] Generally, Dylan is an amazing sleeper. Zeke and […]

Announcing Path2Active Partnership – National Ability Center

  The Kelly Brush Foundation and the National Ability Center are teaming up to help people with paralysis try, learn, and own adaptive sports equipment. The National Ability Center is a world-class adaptive sports program in Park City, UT. They provide people with any disability the opportunity to get active, have fun, and even master […]