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3rd Annual Adaptive Cycling Festival

Posted July 7, 2008 by Volunteer BOEC

The 3rd Annual Adaptive Cycling Festival was met with sunny skies and numerous miles of paved and unpaved biking trails waiting to be ridden.  The handcyclists worked hard cycling from Keystone to Montezuma, Breckenridge to Copper Mountain, Keystone to Frisco and a grand finale of cruising down Vail Pass.  The mountain bikers experienced a variety of terrain including Keystone Gulch Road, Boreas Pass Road and Bakers Tank single track. 

The BOEC’s Adaptive Cycling Festival is a family oriented, social event for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders to experience the beauty of Summit County through the challenge and excitement of cycling.  A special thanks goes to the numerous volunteers who assisted with the weekend in a variety of areas.   

” . . . thank you and all the staff and volunteers that came out to make the weekend a truly wonderful experience for myself and my family .  . .  I know my family had a genuinely happy time riding the trails and byways throughout the area.” – Rich Cunningham

“Thanks a bunch for letting me try mountain biking.  I had a blast!”  – Matt Hendrick

Richard and Meredith on Boreas PassMatt Getting Ready to Ride


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  1. That looks great fun. How many people took part in the event?

  2. Beautiful mountain views, lots of sunshine, a variety of rides and energetic attendees all made for a great day! We had eight handcyclists with three of them bringing their families. Four mountain bikers rode downhill bikes and one-off bikes. Many were experienced riders although we had a few people brand new to the sport. I think they’re hooked!

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