On June 12, teams of Knoxville area teenagers took to the buses to compete in a city wide scavenger hunt organized by the Knoxville Area Transit (KAT). The goal was for local youth to learn about public transportation. The teams had a list of places they had to visit and were competing for prizes awarded to the fastest teams. Two Club
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Cycology Bicycles & Club VIBES would like to invite you to enjoy a captivating multimedia slideshow taking you on an intimate two-wheeled adventure around the planet by tandem! Special guest and author Jamie Bianchini piloted a tandem bike solo while inviting total strangers to join the journey on the back seat on an 81-country expedition. You don’t want to miss this adventure! Please
The Knoxville Area Transit Scavenger Hunt will take place on June 12th 2015. Participation is open to anyone in grades 6-12. The activity involves using KAT buses to complete tasks along a prescribed route. Club VIBES members gather up some friends and register now! Click here for more information and for registration.
By popular demand, Club VIBES is again going to have a spring flower sale offering flowering baskets and giant potted or hanging ferns. Orders will be delivered before Mother’s Day. Keep an eye out for further details.
The Cycling for Sight teams have completed their ride in California and are back in Knoxville. Here is a first hand report from Sue Buckley. Our West Coast trip was a dream… Twelve Club VIBES Tandem Team Crew members traveled out to San Diego for the 10th annual Blind Stoker Club fundraising event in support of the San Diego Center
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Club VIBES would like you to be aware of this wonderful resource…AFB Launches CareerConnect iOS App to Aid Blind Jobseekers CareerConnect is a free mobile app the American Foundation for the Blind developed to help blind and visually impaired persons explore its CareerConnect online resource center. The AFB CareerConnect site provides information on career exploration, job seeking skills, transitioning from
John and Sue Buckley will be attending the American Council of the Blind Conference in Las Vegas in July. In addition to ACB, John is a member (and treasurer) of American Alliance of Blind Teachers and Sue is a member of Blind Information Technology Services. By participating in these organizations they are able to provide input and keep up to
In just a couple of weeks our cycling teams will be departing for Cycling For Sight in San Diego, California. In addition to the 2 day 150 mile bike ride, our club members will meet members of other cycling teams. They will also have surfing lessons while visiting the beautiful San Diego beach. Hopefully they are also training for the
CLUB VIBES TEAMS RIDE IN NASHVILLE Reported by Marian Wildgruber On Saturday, June 21, four Club VIBES tandem teams rode in the 19th Annual Harpeth River Ride outside of Nashville. The Harpeth Bicycle Club is very active in the adaptive athlete and Wounded Warrior programs. Our teams joined dozens of other adaptive athletes following special guest Levi Leipheimer, pro cyclist, leading off the ride to the cheers