Calendar

This calendar is the place to find outdoor activities for people with disabilities! Some of the events listed are hosted by Teton Adaptive and others are available and we can possibly offer support or equipment, if needed.

Upcoming Summer Activities from Teton Adaptive

June 1, 2021

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5:15 – 7:15pm

TBD

Group Ride #1

Group Rides are weekly meetups of adults with Physical Disabilities on bikes and trikes. We ride out from the starting location at our own pace and meet back at the end for air high fives and planning the next ride.

Details:

You are welcome to bring a friend or a family member. Please let us know that you are coming and if you need to demo any Teton Adaptive gear, or if you would like a buddy to assist you.
For the 2021 season, at the meetup spot and anytime we are in close proximity we will wear masks for each other’s safety. Group Rides are free to participate, donations are always appreciated.

Register:
Please contact us at info@tetonadaptivesports.com or 307-203-2333 to register for the first time.

June 26, 2021

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9:00am – 4:30pm

JHMR

Mountain Bike Demo Day: Experience aMTB

Join us at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) to learn about all the adaptive mountain biking (aMTB) opportunities available this summer including JHMR mountain bike lessons, Teton Adaptive demo program, try the bikes available (including two new Bowheads) and catch up with staff and friends.

Details:

We’ll have a tent set up at the base of the Teewinot lift with our adaptive bike fleet. You can ride a cycle around the area or take it for a downhill run, depending on your experience. Lift tickets will cost $xx for the day and the demo is free. Staff and volunteers will be on hand to help with fitting.

August 28, 2021

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10:00am – 3:30pm

R-Park

Paddle Day at Rendezvous Park

Let’s rendezvous at R Park for some paddling. Our partner Rendezvous River Sports is just the organization for the job and will bring the perfect watercraft (including handy adaptations) for people with disabilities to try.

Details:

We’ll have a tent set up at the base of the Teewinot lift with our adaptive bike fleet. You can ride a cycle around the area or take it for a downhill run, depending on your experience. Lift tickets will cost $xx for the day and the demo is free. Staff and volunteers will be on hand to help with fitting.

Community Events That Teton Adaptive Can Support