Our good friend Anthony Lue is launching his No Mountain Too High T-shirt fundraising campaign this weekend to help support his dream of qualifying for the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo in hand cycling.
Anthony was injured in an industrial workplace accident nine years ago, which left him paralyzed from the waist down. This weekend he will be doing a 15 km bike ride from the site where he was injured to the Abilities Centre in Whitby. He is inviting you to join him for a leisurely ride along the Waterfront Trail.
“If you have a bike in your garage and need to get active this summer, there is no better way than cycling,” says Lue. This will be a fully supported ride by Skiis & Bikes in the event of a flat tire or any mechanical issues, as well as having a ride marshall at the front and back to ensure everyone stays together.
If you are not able to ride, you are invited to meet the riders afterwards at The Royal Oak in Whitby where they will refuel, mingle on the patio, and you will have an opportunity to buy T-shirts! There will be a cash bar as well.
For those who want to show their support by purchasing a No Mountain Too High T-shirt, can do so on his website or at the Propel Physiotherapy clinic. T-shirts are $20 each. Please ask one of our staff for help.
Propel Physiotherapy is incredibly proud to be supporting Anthony Lue for the second year in a row, as he continues his quest to earn a spot on the Canadian Men’s National Paralympic hand-cycling team and qualify for the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. The sponsorship will help relieve some of the costs of competing a high level, which can include coaching, training, dietitians, equipment, and competition fees and expenses.
Propel Physiotherapy believes everybody should have an opportunity to be physically active regardless of their physical abilities. Parasport has provided a wealth of options for our clients to continue being physically active at the recreational level and all the way up to Paralympic level competition.
Read more about our sponsorship of Anthony Lue.