The Handcycling Program is for individuals with lower body impairment such as spinal cord injuries. The group meets at 6:00 Wednesday evenings through the summer (official dates TBD); ride routes are of varying difficulty throughout the Gallatin Valley. Additional activities include “Hub and Grub” nights (ride and potluck), a supported camping weekend with a ride followed by kayaking on a local lake. Riders are encouraged to have fun and set a goal for the season. For more information please contact Jenny Woodham.
If you are an avid cyclist or just enjoy getting out to enjoy a summer evening on a bike, then we would love to have your company. The needs of the handcyclists are simple. Some need assistance getting bikes out of cars and others will need help getting set up on a borrowed bike. Since these cycles are low to the ground, we have a volunteer to each cyclist. If you like tinkering or working on bikes, we could definitely use you! Volunteer applications and background check information can be found here, and training will be held May 11th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
Summer in Montana is time for outdoor adventures! If you love hiking, rafting, fishing, kayaking, rock climbing, music, camping, and hanging out with a great group of people, Adventure Days is for you. This program offers a mix of activities that get you outdoors and moving! For the summer of 2017 we will offer two, four week sessions with the campout in the middle of July. The hope is that the new schedule will make Adventure Days available to twice as many participants. The 2017 activity schedule will be posted by May 1st, at which time the staff will be excited to sign participants up for their adventures. Adventure Days is made possible by a grant from the Gilhousen Family Foundation.