SNAPPED: “Tread Setters” paracyclist documentary premiere

PARK CITY, Utah — Four adaptive cyclists, Annijke Wade, Josie Fouts, Roger Withers and Steven Wilke, embarked on a challenge to complete Moab and Canyonlands National Park’s 100-mile White Rim Trail in one day with the help of the National Ability Center, Outride, and Osseointegration. The diverse team of athletes prepared to cycle through the unique, challenging terrain that was hit with heavy rain just two nights before the ride.

The film premiered at The NAC Hub on Oct. 10 to a full audience. Following the film, a Q&A panel was hosted by Matt Didisheim, executive producer of “Tread Setters” and content producer at the National Ability Center. Panelists include Louis Arévalo, director; Steven Wilke, paracyclist,;and Josie Fouts, paracyclist. 

NAC’s “Tread Setters” documentary follows adaptive cyclists conquering the White Rim Trail

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