Sportable Cycling - 2019 Spring - Youth Series - Athlete Registration

This 6-week cycling session is now open for registration!

Program Info:
- Dates: Thursdays, March 21 - April 25
- Time: 6:00-7:30PM
- Location: Dorey Park - 7400 Dorey Park Drive, Henrico, VA 23231; athletes will cycle along the Virginia Capital Trail

This program is for Sportable athletes only. Participants will be served on a first come, first served basis. Priority will be given in the order you have signed up. If you sign-up for this series, you must commit to attending the weekly sessions. Certain circumstances will be accepted for absences, however multiple absences will result in removal from the program roster.

Sportable has a limited number of cycles available for use during this program. If you don't have your own cycle you must connect with a Sportable staff member to ensure there is a cycle available for you once you sign up. If you have your own cycle, you are not allowed to borrow a cycle from Sportable for this program.

For further information, contact Sportable at or 804-340-2991.

Name (First & Last) *
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Phone # *
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Email Address *
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Current Sportable Athlete *
Emergency Contact Name *
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Emergency Contact # *
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Please provide information on your disability so that we can prepare the necessary adaptive equipment and coaching protocols for your session. (i.e. spinal cord injury; I use a wheelchair). *
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Age (If younger than 18 years old, a legal guardian must attend with you.) *
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Have you participated in cycling before? *
Do you own your own cycle? If yes, please tell us what type of cycle you have. If no, what type of cycle do you use? *
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Please briefly describe your cycling experience. (i.e. Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced; cycled for 2 years, etc.) *
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Please select any program dates you know you will have to miss. *
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