Two years ago a motocross crash resulted in a spinal cord injury at the C4 level leaving me paralyzed from the chest down. Since then, physical therapy and whole-life adaptations are constant tasks in order to maximize my recovery and quality of life. My Return to Dirt experiences are a huge part of my recovery story and returning to a kind of fun I never thought possible again—fast and DIRTy.
GET BEHIND THE WHEEL
Whether it’s just to twist throttle, or to see the sights, there is no wrong reason for physically impaired athletes to access their dreams off the beaten path.
Provide equipment and instruction for individuals with disabilities to pilot off-road vehicles into backcountry areas otherwise impossible to access because of a mobility impairment.
As a byproduct of disability, many of our athletes are restricted to certain daily driven vehicles, like mini vans and sedans, for accessibility. This fact limits their capabilities to access the natural areas those without disability recreate in. We provide adapted off-road vehicles to allow disabled athletes to independently take themselves back to the dirt.