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Early Bird Registration Ending for the 2014 Summit Challenge


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dave Clifton (801) 656-5541 dclif@movepublicrelations.com Early Bird Registration Ending for the 2014 Summit Challenge Still time to sign up for road cycling event that supports National Ability Center programs PARK CITY, UT (July 28, 2014) – Early bird registration for the 2014 Summit Challenge – a bicycle road ride for people of all abilities – ends July 31, but don’t let that stop you from joining the fun. The 2014 Summit Challenge will be held Saturday, August 23, starting at the National Ability Center, 1000 Ability Way, in Park City. Early bird registration is open until July 31 at http://summitchallenge100.org/registration/. Online registration ends at midnight on August 21. Entrants will be accepted on event day as long as registrations are still available. Named the 2012 Event of the Year by Cycling Utah – the Summit Challenge offers three different course lengths: 102 miles, 52 miles, and 18 miles. Participants are fully support throughout the rides, which wind through the stunning mountains and beautiful valleys of Wasatch and Summit counties. There also will be a three-mile demonstration loop, kids’ activities, cycling vendors, and more. Entry fees allow persons with disabilities to ride for free and also support National Ability Center programs. More than 30 veterans from the Wounded Warrior Project are expected to ride. For more information about becoming a corporate sponsor or volunteering at rest stops, contact Julia Rametta at (435) 649-3991 or info@discovernac.org. About the National Ability Center The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs. Located in Park City, Utah, it is one of the largest in the country to provide recreational and sports opportunities to individuals with disabilities. The National Ability Center is recognized as a chapter of Disabled Sports USA and a Paralympic Sports Club of USA Paralympics. Each year, the National Ability Center provides thousands of lessons in programs including skiing, horseback riding, cycling and archery. For more information, visit www.discovernac.org. ###.

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