The New York Ski Educational Foundation (NYSEF) will have athletes, coaches, parents, alumni and staff participating in the Kelly Brush Foundation Ride on Saturday, September 9 in Middlebury, Vermont.
In 2006, Kelly Brush sustained a severe spinal cord injury while racing for the Middlebury College Ski Team. Soon after her injury, she and her family founded the Kelly Brush Foundation (The Foundation). The Foundation is dedicated to making ski racing a safer sport and helping others with spinal cord injuries purchase adaptive sports equipment. The Foundation recently granted NYSEF funds for B-Net to assist with snow sport safety! The Kelly Brush Foundation ride helps make ski racing a safer sport and helps groups like NYSEF purchase safety equipment.
The ride is a road biking event with distance options including 20 miles, 50 miles, or 100 miles.
For community members looking to ride, we encourage you to sign up and be a part of the NYSEF team! Sign up by CLICKING HERE. —Register—Join a Team- and pick NYSEF. If you are not looking to ride but want to get involved another way? Donate! NYSEF established a fundraising goal of $10,000.00! The NYSEF team page can be found here.
As mentioned above, proceeds from the Kelly Brush Foundation Ride put B-Net on the sides of nearly (if not every) venue our kids race and train.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE NYSEF TEAM PAGE AND THE KELLY BRUSH FOUNDATION!