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Adaptive Mountain Biking Equipment 101
Have questions about adaptive mountain biking equipment? In this webinar you will acquire foundational knowledge to understanding the basics of adaptive mountain biking equipment – from fit, adjustments, matching the appropriate bike to the rider, etc. Join us to contribute to a candid conversation about the adaptive mountain biking equipment essentials needed to assist athletes in having a successful outdoor experience. Representatives from Move United member organizations Outdoors For All and Adaptive Sports Center will show and tell their go-to gear and answer your equipment questions.

This content is CE Pre-Approved by NCTRC.

For inquiries about accessibility, please contact chammaker@moveunitedsport.org / 240-268-5373 or use "Questions & Comments" box in registration form to request an accommodation.

This program was funded in part by a grant of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The opinions, findings and conclusion stated herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

Aug 13, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Rob Guenther
Program Coordinator @Adaptive Sports Center
Alicia Lyons
Program Manager @Outdoors for All Foundation
Alicia Lyons grew up in eastern Washington where she graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2015 with her degree in Therapeutic Recreation. Alicia began her career with Outdoors for All in 2015 as an intern, where her primary focus was military programming. After the conclusion of her internship, Alicia decided to stay in the Seattle area where she would become a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. While working as a CTRS for the US Military’s Warrior Transition Battalion rehabilitating injured/ill soldiers, Alicia was able to stay active with Outdoors for All, finally returning to their staff as the new Cycling Program Manager in 2017. When not in the office or at programs, you can find Alicia enjoying the outdoors, cruising on local bike trails, spending time with family, getting out on the water, or simply enjoying all the PNW has to offer in her back yard.