Sign up for the Summit Challenge
June 2, 2015
Registration is open for the 2015 Summit Challenge, a bicycle road ride for people of all abilities, on Saturday, Aug. 22, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. All proceeds from the event help support National Ability Center programs and services.
Early bird registration is open until July 31 at http://www.summitchallenge100.org . Entry fees allow people with disabilities to ride for free. For more information, contact Julia Rametta at 435-200-0990 or email@example.com. Rider entry is limited to 600 people, and is likely to sell out.
The 2015 Summit Challenge offers three different course lengths: 102 miles, 52 miles and 18 miles. All rides start and end at the National Ability Center, 1000 Ability Way, in Park City. Cyclists are fully supported throughout the rides as they pedal through the mountains and valleys in Wasatch and Summit counties. Every rider receives a gift bag, plus lunch and live entertainment at the Summit Challenge Event Village throughout the day.
"The Summit Challenge is so much more than just a bike ride. It is a gathering of individuals — veterans, people with varying abilities and bicycling enthusiasts — that shows there are no limits to what we can accomplish," said Gail Loveland, National Ability Center executive director.
There will be a one-mile demonstration loop, kids’ activities, cycling vendors, and much more.
Sponsors for this year’s event include EY, Zions Bank, Skullcandy, Goldman Sachs and TJMaxx.
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