Arizona Disabled Sports Pedal N’ Paddle Fest!

Sat Oct21

10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Tempe Town Lake Marina

$4 for WMF Survivor Participants (Regularly $8) / $12 for Family, Caregivers & Friends

SORRY!  Registration through We're MOVING FORWARD! closed on 10/7/17.  If you wish to participate, you may register with Arizona Disabled Sports at the regular cost of $8 per survivor and $12 per family/friends.  Their registration deadline is Monday 10/16/17.  Click here for the AzDS Registration.

Pedal N’ Paddle Fest

Brought to you by Arizona Disabled Sports and Arizona Dragon Boat Association

On Saturday, October 21st, 2017,  We're MOVING FORWARD! is joining Arizona Disabled Sports at Tempe Town Lake for the 4th annual Pedal N’ Paddle Fest!  Take a spin around the lake in style with an adaptive cycle and then cruise the waters by kayak or dragon boat.  This unique event is open to everyone with a physical disability and it only costs $8.00! ($4.00 Cost for WMF Survivor Participants).  Caregivers, family members, and friends may also participate for $12.00. 

This is your chance to take up the opportunity to enjoy the lake and to try out adaptive cycling and kayaking with Arizona Disabled Sports.  Plus, it’s the perfect chance to experience the ancient sport of dragon boat racing as you paddle together with a team to propel a long boat.

All participants will be given the chance to participate in adaptive cycling and either kayaking or dragon boat racing. All guests will receive an event t-shirt and a picnic lunch sponsored by a local vendor.  Dragon boat participants must have complete trunk control with upright sitting independence, but kayaking is open to all ability levels.

Join Arizona Disabled Sports and Arizona Dragon Boat Association from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the SRP Tempe Town Lake Marina and enjoy October’s outdoor fun! 

Questions about the event, please contact Arizona Disabled Sports at 480.835.6273.

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