A HANDCYCLIST is joined by three bicyclists along the course in the 14th Annual Kelly Brush Ride on Sept. 7. She was one of 27 handcyclists taking part in the annual fundraiser.
Caleb Kenna Photography
MIDDLEBURY — Those who thought they may have been seeing more cyclists on the roads of Addison County on Saturday, Sept. 7, probably were right. That’s because it was the day of the 14th annual Kelly Brush Ride powered by VBT Bicycling Vacations drew a record 940 participants.
The event has raised $705,000 for adaptive sports and ski racing safety.
Funds raised support the Kelly Brush Foundation mission to inspire and empower people with spinal cord injuries to live active lives and support the foundation’s ongoing collaboration with the ski racing community to improve safety in the sport...
CYCLISTS ROLL IN the 13th Annual Kelly Brush Ride on Sept. 8, 2018. The annual ride, which starts and finishes in Middlebury and winds through the Champlain Valley, will ride for the 14th time this Sept. 7.
Image courtesy Kelly Brush Foundation
MIDDLEBURY — Organizers of Vermont’s largest charity bike ride are gearing up for the 14th annual Kelly Brush Ride powered by VBT Bicycling Vacations. It will begin and end in Middlebury on Saturday, Sept. 7.
“Last year 900 participants hit the road for adaptive sports. We are looking forward to another strong turnout with cyclists, handcyclists and, for the second year, golfers showing their support and raising funds for our mission to inspire and empower people with spinal cord injuries to live active lives,” said Zeke Davisson, executive director of the Kelly Brush Foundation.