National Ability Center and Semper Fi Fund Partner for Recovering Veterans All-Abilities Mountain Bike Camp July 27–29, 2017
Team Semper Fi Athletes Take on Utah Terrain and Deer Valley Downhill
WHO: Twenty-two service members from the Semper Fi Fund’s Team Semper Fi Program continue recovery by learning and enhancing their mountain bike skills on some of the best trails in the country.
“Mountain biking offers recovering service members a balance of fun riding, beautiful scenery and land conservation awareness” said Sam Tickle, associate director, Team Semper Fi.
WHAT: Semper Fi Fund’s third annual all-abilities mountain bike camp hosted with the National Ability Center to take on the exhilarating Utah terrain for a three-day adventure through Park City. Recovering athletes of all skill levels will improve on their mountain biking technique and for some develop a new physical outlet to aid in their recovery.
WHEN: July 27– 29, 2017
July 27: 9:00am–12:00pm Round Valley trail complex, 2:00–5:30pm Trailside Bike Park
July 28: 9:00am–2:00pm Round Valley trail complex, afternoon at NAC ranch
July 29: 9:00am–5:00pm Deer Valley (lift-served mountain biking)
WHERE: National Ability Center
1000 Ability Way
Park City, Utah 84060
WHY: “Recovery Through Sport” gives service members an opportunity to experience the exquisite outdoors of Utah as they embark on new adventures that build endurance and strengthen camaraderie. Mountain biking offers the service members an exhilarating and challenging task to take on that will leave them feeling confident.