Cycle Oregon Classic 2023 Trip Report
September 21, 2023 – 12:56 pm
OAS was able to support 4 athletes for the 2023 Cycle Oregon Classic! Cycle Oregon is a multi-day supported road ride through Oregon’s most iconic bike routes. OAS supported from day 2 to day 6, Sept 11-15th, of Cycle Oregon’s Classic, which totals up to 5 days of riding. To learn more about the route […]
Purchasing your own equipment
July 7, 2023 – 3:51 pm
by David Nichols I am proud to announce that I am continuing to improve! Last week was a big week , a major milestone has been reached, I was able to attend all of my appointments without using, bringing my Walker. OAS has played a role contributing in my progress. They have allowed me to […]
Five years of persistence & determination!
December 13, 2022 – 9:50 am
Donate Now Your support makes stories like Dave’s possible. Please consider making a year-end donation to support OAS. by Dave Nichols: Dear OAS Community: Just over five years ago I suffered a severe traumatic brain injury. It changed my life. I was rock climbing in the in the Cascades of Central Washington and I fell. […]
We ain’t done yet!
September 9, 2022 – 4:56 pm
Written by Dave Nichols I can’t believe it. Labor Day has already come and gone, so too have the summer programs offered by Oregon Adaptive Sports. College football is here! And Head football coach of the Oregon State Beavers Jonathan Smith says “we ain’t done yet”. Neither is OAS! This month OAS is assisting with […]
Comparing the Different Types Adaptive Mountain Bikes at OAS
July 15, 2022 – 10:53 am
Compiled by: Dave Nichols Are you ready for some fun? Come biking this summer with OAS. They have the experience, equipment and the know-how to get you past obstacles along the way and return you safely.😊 OAS is building a fleet of bikes for the trails or for the roads suited for all types of […]
10 reasons to participate this summer with OAS!
May 20, 2022 – 10:40 am
by David Nichols, May 24th, 2022 Hello, my name is Dave Nichols. Four years ago, I suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) while rock climbing near Leavenworth, Washington. As a result of my fall, I struggle greatly with my balance, mobility, and coordination. In spite of these challenges, Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS) has allowed me […]
Take Care Out There – featuring OAS Board Member Bruce Creager
July 13, 2021 – 12:40 pm
As part of ongoing partnerships with local, regional, and statewide destination marketing organizations like Travel Oregon, we were incredibly excited when Visit Central Oregon and Discover Your Forest reached out to OAS to contribute to the “Take Care Out There” educational video series that helps to inform visitors to public lands in Central Oregon responsibility […]
Volunteer this summer with OAS!
May 6, 2021 – 7:21 am
With continued modifications and precautions, OAS is excited to offer a full slate of summer programs and welcome returning and NEW volunteers to help our community continue to breakdown barriers to the outdoors. OAS is also seeking “behind the scenes” support with equipment maintenance, administrative, and fundraising volunteer opportunities. Read below on how to sign […]
Countdown to Winter – Summer Equipment Storage
November 13, 2020 – 2:46 pm
by Matt Porter OAS Staff Hello OAS community! As we transition somewhat abruptly into winter, here are some thoughts on what to do to store your summer gear for next season. Note: This is not an all inclusive list of gear care steps, you are taking the responsibility to do your own research on proper […]