Disabled Sports USA Hosts Adaptive Cycling Conference

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Adapt2Achieve Cycling Conference will be held at National Ability Center in Park City, Utah this September 15-18 and will feature adaptive cycling training sessions.

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'Disabled Sports USA is delighted to host this adaptive cycling conference, bringing together professionals who are committed to providing quality adaptive sports instruction for individuals with disabilities.'- Kirk Bauer, executive director of DSUSA.

Disabled Sports USA (DSUSA)’s Adapt2Achieve program will offer a three-day adaptive cycling training conference for over 40 adaptive instructors from around the country including 17 DSUSA chapters. The conference will take place September 15 through September 18 at The National Ability Center, a chapter of DSUSA, in Park City, Utah. The conference features adaptive cycling training sessions from some of the industry’s foremost leaders. Instruction topics will include bike fitting and assessment, adaptive equipment and modifications, risk management, and adaptive off-road cycling.

“Disabled Sports USA is delighted to host this adaptive cycling conference, bringing together professionals who are committed to providing quality adaptive sports instruction for individuals with disabilities, including wounded warriors and youth with disabilities,” said Kirk M. Bauer, JD, executive director for Disabled Sports USA. DSUSA’s Adapt2Achieve program aims to enable DSUSA chapters and local adaptive sports partners to provide improved program services to local communities. DSUSA offered complimentary registration, training, meals and housing to instructors and volunteers from DSUSA chapters.

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