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Accessibility Statement Operations Team Break the Boundary comprises of adventure enthusiasts who volunteer their time to help spread adaptive mountain biking around Australia and advocating better access to off-road areas. Each volunteer helps in different roles and capacity, from administration to support riding.

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Her riding skills, while carrying several cameras in torrential rains on a neglected bike, also scrubs up alright! He has found the other people involved in Yhe MTB are always friendly and provide support for each other as it can be isolated out in the bush.

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Each volunteer helps in different roles and capacity, from administration to support riding. Clinton WA General Boubdary and Marketing Assistant Clinton is a communications graduate and a long-time friend of Break the Boundary who has been honing and applying his trade to help our movement. This resulted in him being completely paralysed from the waist down and from that moment on everything would be different.

bdeak After several events and many rides around Australia, I get a drive from bringing new riders into the slowly developing sport of Off Road Handcycling during my spare time while advocating for more inclusion around WA and other states in Australia. Rebound WA got in contact with Andrew and started getting him involved with adaptive MTB riding to make him reconnect with the sport.

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With their warm hearts and beautiful surroundings they always have the door open to people with disabilities wanting to camp and cycle off-road for the first time. He has always been boundqry very outdoors person and enjoys new trails, which is what attracted him to Albany.

As the variety and of events and races increase, so to does the of 'independent rides' where a support rider isn't necessarily required but optional. The camp was spread over 3 days and saw a group of people with physical disabilities have a go on different equipment, brezk the basics, to tackle different terrain.

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I asked him why he enjoyed it and Andrew felt that to start with it was about proving a point that he could still ride a bike and then he wanted to give others the opportunity to participate in Adaptive MTB. Although moving to Tasmania from Breaj Australia, becoming a first-time mum and running her own boundaru, Emily will jump at the opportunity to get into the thick of the forest to capture adaptive MTB moments.

General Support We volunteer our spare time to help people connect with the outdoors and are more than happy to bgeak advice to get more people active! With a heated outdoor shower, camping grounds and a self contained cabin, Baz also runs his Cycletrek bike shop and bike maintenance classes on the property.

There are also mental health benefits in being outdoors and mental health can be a problem for people with physical disabilities. The main thing that attracts Andrew to the sport are the people and the places he has had the chance to visit. With over 30 years of service to the community, Baz continues to pick up a shovel and rake, jump on his Dingo and create new lines, while improving the on-site amenities.

Ryan is also the current team physiotherapist for the Wanneroo Wolves in the WA Boundsry Basketball League and has extensive involvement with a of state junior AFL and basketball teams. Andrew recommends Adaptive MTBing to others for its physical benefits and it can help people with disabilities build skills and strength for everyday life.

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I had the opportunity to meet and interview Andrew after the camp. Truly - it is a pleasure and a privilege to be a such a minor cog in the Break the Boundary machine.

Support Riders Support riders volunteer their time, when available, to help handcyclists with a range of things including; general support, transferring, heavy lifting, transporting and assisting up steep climbs and technical features. Being on the bike minimises the feeling of having a disability.

Accessibility Statement Operations Team Break the Boundary comprises of adventure enthusiasts who volunteer their time to help spread adaptive mountain biking around Australia and advocating better access to off-road areas. On one part of the track he hit a particularly difficult corner which caused him to go flying off his bike.

My passion for cycling predates my media career — I pinned my first racing onto a jersey way back inand in my downtime I can still be found either on the road or out on the trails. Meet some of the passionate support riders: Richard WA. The handcyclists and volunteers in this group exemplify this. Ryan has devoted his time and expertise to Break the Boundary during the early years of Cape to Cape MTB as a general supporter and team physio.

Constantly making Australian history, Break the Boundary continues to diversify its activities and help more people explore our beautiful land!