Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
PARK CITY — The fifth annual Summit Challenge was held Saturday at the National Ability Center. Hundreds of riders of all abilities signed up to ride in the popular event meant to raise money and raise awareness about the projects at the NAC.
Participants traveled similar routes a number of the world's best cyclists just pedaled during the Tour of Utah. Ride lengths include 18 miles, 52 miles and 102 miles, following paths in and around the landscapes of Kamas, Heber and Park City in the name of fun and fundraising.
Included in the field were members of the Wounded Warrior Project, a strong partner of the National Ability Center, whose mission is to honor and empower injured service men and women.
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