The 2017 adaptive cycling event will mark its 4th year and promises to be bigger and more exciting than ever!
The Doc King Adaptive Tour is a circuit ride that gives adaptive cyclists an opportunity to demonstrate their riding skills on a highly-visible course around Ride Central at Timberland. The course is a half-mile loop that riders lap many times during each of 2 half -hour heats. This is one event where the spectators have as much fun as the participants!
Check out this video of Krempels Center members in training!
This “event within an event” allows spectators to cheer on the Doc King Adaptive Tour riders while King Challenge route riders complete the road course.
Adaptive cycling equipment is provided by Northeast Passage. Northeast Passage and Krempels Center staff and volunteers will be available to support and ensure a safe and enjoyable riding experience.
Special thanks to the Seacoast Rotary for providing grant funding for adaptive bike fitting and training!
There are a limited number of rider slots available in each heat.For more information and to reserve a spot, please contact Barb Kresge at Krempels Center by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (603) 570-2026 ext. 21
Krempels Center, located in Portsmouth New Hampshire, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with brain injury from trauma, tumor or stroke. The Center offers programs that engage members in meaningful and productive experiences and provides ongoing support and resources to those impacted by brain injury. In addition, the organization’s community outreach initiative provides education to the public about brain injury and brain injury prevention.
To learn more about Krempels Center please visit their web site here.
Northeast Passage founded in 1990, is a nationally recognized leader in the provision of innovative therapeutic recreation services. Northeast Passage delivers disability-related health promotion and adapted sports programs throughout New England. Northeast Passage is a program of the University of New Hampshire’s College of Health and Human Services and is an affiliate of Disabled Sports USA.
To learn more about NEP please visit their web site here.