Dynamic Duo will be part of 2015 McKeever’s First Ride
04/01/2015

Dale Beatty, CNN Hero will be joined by "World's Fastest Amputee," Reggie Showers for amazing day at OPAF’s McKeever's First Ride.

Online PR News – 01-April-2015 – Atlanta, GA – March 31, 2015 – A Dynamic Duo will be on hand for McKeever's First Ride, April 18, 2015. Dale Beatty, CNN Hero will be joined by "World's Fastest Amputee," Reggie Showers for amazing day at OPAF’s McKeever's First Ride.

What can possibly top a day spent with Dale Beatty, CNN Hero and Community Crusader, who co-founded Purple Heart Homes USA? Only this--the dynamic DUO of Dale Beatty AND Reggie Showers headlining McKeever's First Ride on April 18, 2015!

We are thrilled to announce the return of the "World's Fastest Amputee," Reggie Showers to McKeever's First Ride, an OPAF First Clinic for Adaptive riding! Former World Champion drag motorcyclist and current snowboarding competitor and trainer, Reggie will team up with Dale as motivational speakers and MFR heroes!

This will undoubtedly create more excitement and voltage than the Gwinnett Fairgrounds arena can handle! Both of these guys are beastly overcomers and crowd favorites! While Dale lost his legs in Military service to his country, and has gone on to help dignify and house all Veterans, Reggie lost his legs in an accident at 13, and can speak poignantly and powerfully to our younger guests.

We look for 2015 to be the year that has everything--a Military hero, a Pro athlete, plus the horse stars of the hit TV show, Sleepy Hollow! A day of fun, fellowship, and networking, and success is in the bag!

Register today, for this amazing cost-free event and souvenir T-shirt! This is a Rain or Shine event, but you'll want to wear layers in case it is chilly! To register, visit www.mckeeversfirstride.com/2015.

About OPAF: Serving as the philanthropic arm of the US orthotic and prosthetic community, the Orthotic & Prosthetic Activities Foundation (OPAF), develops, implements, partners and hosts adaptive recreational clinics for those with physical challenges. The First Clinics are recognized as leaders in adaptive recreation. Whether this is the first time a participant is trying an activity after illness, injury or episode or the first time they are ever trying, First Clinics offer top notch adaptive instruction specifically for them. Founded in 1995 to support the Paralympic Games in Atlanta, OPAF & The First Clinics have moved forward to offer introductory level adaptive recreation opportunities to everyone, not just the elite athlete. For more information on OPAF and The First Clinics, visit www.opafonline.org.