2017 Summit Challenge to Offer 1 Mile Discovery Loop Option


By Whitney Thompson – 

You may have heard about the National Ability Center’s Summit Challenge, with its 16, 50, 80 and 100-mile routes. But, there’s a challenge waiting for everybody and anybody at this August 26th Fundraiser. For beginners, young riders or those for whom 16-miles is just a bit of a stretch, the Summit Challenge offers an approximately 1-mile Discovery Loop, sponsored by Vivint. Little ones can make the loop on “strider” bikes and the young-at-heart are encouraged to try an adaptive cycle, test ride a bike from our vendor village or bring their own bike to take on this fun, family-friendly route. The Vivint Discovery Loop ride starts at 1:00PM at the National Ability Center in Park City and cost is just $5 or free to all adaptive riders. And, after crossing the finish, riders can mark their accomplishment with a celebration in the Summit Challenge’s exclusive Vivint Team Flyers Lounge. To sign up, visit www.summitchallenge100.org

The Summit Challenge is offering a 1 mile ride for the young and young at heart in addition to the century and other longer distances. Photo by Scott Fillipiak
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