Adaptive Cycling: Group Rides in Jackson Hole
Let’s take advantage of all the wonderful Jackson Hole pathways and soak up some of its most beautiful spots with some group rides. The rides will be on paved pathways or roads and be fully supported. We’ll pedal a challenging route and recover by spending time with each other for an optional beverage for apres.
We’ll have some hand cycles available, or you can bring your own. There are limited bikes so pre registration is required and bikes are available on a first-registered, first-served basis.
Middle School > South Park > Middle School
June 23, 2020 – Bike ride from the Middle School down South Park Loop Road pathway. Take the opportunity to enjoy the fall colors via a bike ride in the heart of the Jackson valley. Enjoy the open space and wide horizons and go your own speed as volunteers support you along the way. Meet at the Middle School Parking Lot where we will utilize accessible pathways for this ride. Meet at the Middle School Parking Lot at 5:00 pm (earlier due to sunset time).
Wilson School > Teton Science School > Wilson School
July 7, 2020 – Bike ride from the Wilson School on the Centennial and HWY 22 pathways to the Teton Science School and back. People can turn around when they want with a volunteer or staff person, such as at the Snake River pathway bridge! Take in the view and enjoy the wind in your hair as you bike with your fellow members of Group Rides.Wilson School to Science School and back. Meet at Wilson School at 6:00 pm.
Grand Teton National Park Sign North and Back
July 28, 2020 – Bike ride in beautiful Grand Teton National Park starting at the Entering GTNP sign and riding north on the accessible pathway along HWY 191. You might just get distracted by the ineffable beauty of one of the most majestic mountain ranges in the world! Volunteer support allows you to bike your own speed. Return to Taggart where we will regroup and reconvene at Dornan’s to celebrate the ride with a cold beverage or appetizer. Meet at the sign pullout parking lot, which is right after the Fish Hatchery hill on HWY 191 at 6:00 pm.
Celebration Ride in Grand Teton National Park
August 9, 2020 – Bike ride in the inner loop of Grand Teton National Park to celebrate the life of Gabriella Axelrad who was tragically hit and killed while riding her bike on a family vacation near Jenny Lake in July 1999 when she was 13-year-old. Her death inspired more pathways development and a greater focus on safety while cycling.
Equipment: Adaptive bikes will be available at a first reserved, first served basis. Bike availability is limited so register early.
Clothing: Please wear layered cycling clothes, a bike helmet, closed-toe shoes, sunglasses, cycling gloves and sunscreen.
Dates/Time: June 23rd, July 27th, July 28th, & August 9, 2020 | 5 or 6:00 pm start
This event is perfect for all Group Rides participants, who are adults with physical disabilities (plus, friends and family).
- Start by filling out the TAS Intake Form (if you’ve never filled it out)
- Next, fill out the mandatory Contact Information form below choosing this event from the list. (Please use the name of the participant if you are registering for someone else.)
- If you haven’t signed a waiver and media release this calendar year, please do so below the form using the ‘Sign Waivers’ button.
- Finally, wait for the event! We’ll email with you any info about the event!
Group Rides participants
Ride Date & Times:
• June 23-Ride #1- South Park Loop Road, meet at Middle School
• July 7-Ride #2- Wilson School to Science School and back. Meet at Wilson School.
• July 28- Ride #3- Entering GTNP pull out to Park entrance, meet at “Entering GTNP” sign on North Hwy 191. • August 9- Ride #4, Celebration Ride in the Park-details to come • September 4-7 Wydaho
Sign Waivers Online
If you haven’t signed the waiver and liability release agreement and media agreement this year, you can do it online now! Save time at the event and get it signed electronically. English and Spanish available.
7342 Granite Loop Road
PO Box 903
Teton Village, Wyoming 83025
501(c)3 non-profit organization