Featured Ride 


Event Details 


Saturday, September 18, 2021
Louisville @ Pearl Izumi

A Colorado Classic

Pedal 4 Possible is a charity ride benefiting Craig Hospital patients and programs. P4P features courses for all skill levels (10K, 30K, 50K, 100K and 100 Mile). Around 400 cyclists participate, including Craig inpatients. While raising awareness and money for patients at Craig Hospital, riders encounter beautiful scenery along the Front Range. The ride begins in Louisville and heads north along the Flatirons. All cyclists will start and end at PEARL iZUMi in the Colorado Technology Center. There is also an opportunity for people to participate virtually, recreating in their home-towns across the country.

Pedal 4 Possible provides patients with spinal cord and brain injuries with unique programs that challenge the status quo of typical rehabilitation.

These Culture of Care programs, like Therapeutic Recreation, Community Reintegration, and Assistive Technology, are vital to patients’ holistic rehabilitation and help them rebuild a life filled with possibilities. But these programs are generally not covered by insurance! They rely on participants like YOU. One hundred percent of every dollar that you raise through your Pedal 4 Possible fundraising goes directly to Craig’s Culture of Care fund.

The event is planned entirely by an interdisciplinary team of Craig therapists and Foundation staff members. The result? An event with heart—a personal, intimate experience infused with Craig magic.

Maybe you’ve felt the power of Craig’s Culture of Care yourself as a patient or family member. Maybe you’ve heard the stories of so many who go through Craig and want to help. Whatever your passion, whatever your reason, Craig’s Culture of Care could not exist without generous people like YOU. Thanks for participating.

“It is a great ride for a great cause. I think the work done at Craig is very worthy of celebrating and funding.”

P4P participant

“My favorite part was the inspiration provided by participants of all levels. Great bike ride and attitudes from everyone involved.”

P4P participant