Vermont’s ‘No Limits’ Bike Ride Aids Those with Disabilities

Vermont’s ‘No Limits’ Bike Ride Aids Those with Disabilities

Vermont’s ‘No Limits’ Bike Ride Aids Those with Disabilities

The sixth annual No Limits Bike Ride on Saturday, September 13, features plenty of different distance rides: 100 miles for the competitive cyclist; an easy nine-mile family ride and a few others in between. All rides start and finish at the Dana Thompson Recreational Park in Manchester, Vt. The Ride raises funds and awareness for the work being done by the Bart Center, an organization that provides people with disabilities and their families the opportunity to enjoy outdoor sports, with a special focus on snow sports. Participants range from highly competitive cyclists to recreational riders, adaptive cyclists and even the occasional unicyclist. Participants get to ride the area’s scenic roads, refuel at well-stocked aid stations and enjoy a barbecue afterward. To find out more information on how you can participate, visit the website at bartcenter.com or call 802-824-5522.