AMC Conference - Adaptive Mountain Biking - Athlete Registration

07/03/2024 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM ET


Blankets Creek Mountain Bike Trails
2261 Sixes Rd
Canton, GA 30114
United States of America


Note:  This event is exclusively for attendees of the 19th annual AMCSI Conference


The 19th Annual AMCSI Conference will be held July 3rd-6th 2024 in Atlanta, GA.

As part of the conference, attendees have the option to attend an outdoor adaptive mountain bike session on July 3rd.

Catalyst Sports is hosting this activity and we look forward to riding with you. 

Whether you are new to adaptive mountain biking, or a seasoned aMTB rider, we will have an exciting experience planned for you.

Getting there:

Blankets Creek

2261 Sixes Rd

Canton, Ga 30114

Blankets Creek is located north-west of downtown atlanta.  Driving from the conference center could take 40 -60 mins depending on traffic.  Please plan to arrive 15 mins before your ride time.  This will allow more time on the trail.

The AMCSI Conference was unable to secure a shuttle/transportation.  Please plan to coordinate your own transportation to our ride. 

What to expect?

When you arrive, Catalyst staff & volunteers will give you a quick overview of adaptive bikes.  We will then work to fit you with an appropriate bike & go over basic controls & safety considerations.  Blankets Creek has a great area for us to practice riding the bike.  We will then pair you with volunteers to hit the trails.  

Please register for the ride session that you are most interested in.  Kirby will reach out to you directly to discuss further details about the ride.

10:00 - 11:30 Ride 1 (5 adaptive Riders)

11:30 - 1:00 Ride 2 (5 Adaptive Riders)


Questions?:  Please email


Essential Eligibility for Adaptive Mountain Biking

  • Rider has a permanent, disabling condition

  • Rider can make safe cognitive decisions in a fast-paced changing environment.

  • Rider can follow all safety precautions identified by the instructors.

  • Rider can hold their head upright without any head and/or neck support.

  • Rider can wear a properly fitted and rated bike helmet, as well as any other safety equipment appropriately.

  • Rider can understand and follow multiple-step instructions from the instructors independently and in a fast-paced environment.

  • Rider can transfer in and out of the bike independently or with some assistance

  • Rider can remain alert and focused for the duration of the ride and can make decisions quickly in variable terrain.

Thank you for completing a Catalyst registration.  This will ensure that you have all your waivers signed before arriving.