Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country and Kingdom Trails Association have partnered to establish three adaptive-friendly loops

Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country and Kingdom Trails Association have partnered to establish three adaptive-friendly loops on the KTA network of trails for athletes with disabilities. KTA’s expansive trail network combined with ASPNC’s knowledge, equipment and instruction “allows community members and visitors of all abilities to partake in the much-loved sport of mountain biking,” said KTA Communications Manager Lilias Ide. As mountain biking’s popularity has increased and access to trail networks expands, “it is imperative that trails are accessible and programming exists so that all community members feel welcome and valued,” Ide stated. “ASPNC is eager to bring adaptive sports programming to the NEK.” We’ve been able to establish 53 miles of adaptive trails, with help from the Kelly Brush Foundation and Vermont Adaptive,” added KTA Partnership Director Lukas Ray.