The Arcade Belt Program

#highfivesathelete Kyle Bashour uses 2 wheels for Arcade Belt Goal #2

Goal 2: Regain aerobic endurance and bike 30 miles.

This summer, Kyle Bashour has been pedaling with the wind at his back. While his recovery has been coming along extremely well, it hasn’t always been easy for him leading up to this point. Earlier this spring, Kyle was skiing at Squaw Valley when he overshot a jump. The unforgiving spring snowpack caused multiple injuries including broken ribs, compressed and fractured vertebrae, a broken heel, fractured sternum and a fractured femur.

Twin Peaks is one of my favorite rides, I've been doing it almost every other day!

#highfivesathlete Kyle Bashour


Kyle has been going on bike rides very regularly throughout the years and recently has been going on longer and longer rides. He crushed a 39 mile ride for this goal, but since writing this, he’s also gone on multiple 40 mile rides as well! While all of his rides aren’t this long, Kyle is continually pushing himself by riding almost every other day. His regular route is up Twin Peaks, a popular 922′ climb for cyclist that overlooks downtown and the rest of the city.

The Arcade Belt Program


The Arcade Belt Program was put in place to provide our athletes with a system for setting goals. Similar to a karate belt system, athletes move through the ranks when they complete goals they set for themselves and receive a belt with stars corresponding to the goal number they accomplish.


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