Racing and Fitness
Paralyzed Veterans Wraps Up 16th Adaptive Handcycling Clinic in Milwaukee, Announces Four New Locations for 2015
Paralyzed Veterans of America on July 1, 2014, hosted more than 30 disabled veterans in Milwaukee for its 16th adaptive handcycling clinic, which took place at the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center in Milwaukee. It was one in a series designed to help veterans who are unable to ride a two-wheeled bike because of spinal cord injury, spinal cord disease, or other disability.
2014 Racing Schedule
Adaptive Handcycling Clinics
The Paralyzed Veterans of America Adaptive Cycling Clinics are open to veterans and the general public, novice to experienced riders.
Paralyzed Veterans Racing: Reimbursement
For Paralyzed Veterans Racing team members only: Find information about expense reimbursement at the link below.
Paralyzed Veterans of America's Fitness and Wellness program began a couple years ago with a goal of getting more paralyzed veterans and others with disabilities out in recreational activities such as handcycling, wheelchair racing, kayaking and other high energy sports. Paralyzed Veterans had been providing wheelchair basketball, softball, quad rugby and other traditional sports for many years, but it was time to venture into other heart rate-raising opportunities.
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