All Abilities in Missoula!

The Joe Stone Foundation is so excited about what is happening in Missoula for all abilities.

AllCheck out this story on the all-ability baseball game we had a chance to get involved with last weekend. It was so much fun and there were so many smiles:)

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Adapted off road cycling at Wydaho Rendezvous!



Joe Stone and Ryan Burke enjoying the Grand view

Join Quadriplegic outdoorsman Joe Stone, of the Joe Stone Foundation, together with Jake O’Connor of Reactive Adaptations, and members of the Teton Adaptive Sports community for 4 days of recreational rides, fun, demos, music, food, and more. We will be a part of the TVTAP Wydaho Rendezvous this Labor Day weekend  August 29 – September 1, 2014.  CLICK HERE FOR FLYER

We are very grateful and pleased to announce that TVTAP and WYDAHO Mountain Bike Festival will waive the registration fee for all Adaptive participants.

Here is a video from last years event!  This year will be even more exciting!
We will be sharing info on what our respective foundations are doing to change the way society views people with disabilities. We will have some of the latest technology in adapted gear on hand and explain equipment design and innovation, and why it is so important that people with disabilities have the opportunity to get back into the mountains and the outdoors.

We invite you to come try out the gear, join us for fun group rides, downhill flow trails, clinics, and opportunities to socialize with other outdoor enthusiast and explore the great accessible trails in throughout Teton Valley, ID.

For more information and to join us at this year’s event please contact      Joe Stone Email:

To learn more about TVTAP and Wydaho rendezvous visit

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Pushing for wheelers in Missoula Marathon

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Joe Stone representing JSF at Missoula Marathon meeting

This is a big day for Missoula and the Joe Stone Foundation! As of this morning Run Wild Missoula finally is allowing racing wheelchairs, hand cycles, and dual teams in the 2014 Missoula Marathon!

It has been a bit of a bumpy road but after some time we are finally here and people with disabilities are finally accepted! This is one of the most meaningful projects I have ever been a part of. I want to thank everybody who has helped and supported us along the way. Thank you sooo much!!!!!!!!!:)

Check out the article in the Missoulian this morning about wheelchair users finally being accepted in the Missoula Marathon again. It’s a small step forward for disability rights and a big step forward for the Joe Stone Foundation!!!

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