US Paralympics Video of RMF board member Matt King, Garrett and I. Matt, 3-time US Paralympian world record holder and World's Silver Medalist inspired Garrett and I. And ultimately inspired the creation of our foundation, the Rush-Miller Foundation. US Paralympics created this video to illustrate the inspirational power and influence of elite sport on everyday people like our family. This video was utilized to help secure continued sponsorships of the US Paralympics. Later that year we were honored to speak at the 25-Anniversary of the US Olympic Committee Dinner in Colorado Springs alongside Olympic greats, Bob Mathias, Bonnie Blair, and Michael Johnson! This is a USOC/US Paralympic copy righted video do not copy. All rights belong to USOC and US Paralympics — at US Olympic Training Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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Patti Johnson Premo
· August 17, 2015
We love Rush miller foundation!! Always doing good for others!! Life is to be lived and you guys do that by giving others the freedom they might not otherwise have!! They helped us raise funds for a t...andem bike for our son in 2012, in return we raised enough to buy 2 tandem bikes for the Vancouver school of the blind!!! One big circle of helping others!! Keep doing what you do . Our son loves his bike See More
Roger Mundell
· May 11, 2015
This foundation made a life changing donation of a bike to our foster son when he was just 11 years old. Now 24 he's a confident bike rider and loves it. He is deaf/ blind and has CP, but bike riding ...and swimming keeps him healthy, and he has also become a terrific jazz pianist. See More
Jonas Ronald
· April 9, 2016
I know this hits happy for you my friend i working to for the cycling in Haiti i want you for my Partners Leogane cycling club LCC
Marlana VanHoose
· December 23, 2013
My mother and I would like to thank the Rush-Miller Foundation for getting us a tandem bicycle. We love the bike & can't wait to get on the trail to ride it. Thanks for making my Christmas Wonderful.

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This afternoon I flagged off the Kenya Blind Sport men and Women's Goal Ball team flying to Sharm El Sheikhs Egypt for the Africa Global Championship

Terry Garrett was one of our first tandem bike recipients....was a stud a stud now!

In a world seemingly driven by visual stimuli, Garrett travels in darkness, guided by his seeing eye dog Hazel, his own keen sense of space, and the help of friends and family. One of his favorite …
University of Southern California’s blind long-snapper Jake Olson delivered a flawless extra-point snap for the No. 4-ranked Trojans in its win over Western Michigan on Saturday.
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Stepping up the gear, training with my partner John in the build up to our next adventure in the continent of Africa and Asia.

Okay Douglas Sidialo here is a new one for your accomplishments list! Anyone want to ride with me to race Douglas?

Adam hadn't ridden a tandem before. And Brian is blind. But together they set out for the summit.

50 years ago, Tommy Simpson, the first ever English cyclist to wear the yellow jersey, collapsed less than 1km from the summit on Mont Ventoux. In honor of his memory, Brian did three repeats of the climb on a tandem bike.

Very Proud of our friends competing in South Africa! Douglas Sidialo

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Douglas and John, his talented partner have entered to ride in the 2018 Edition of ABSA Cape Epic- The Untamed Africa MTB Stage race . This is following their e...ntry after successfully completing for the third year in a row the 2017 Edition of Old Mutual Joberg2c and proceeded on to ride in the 2017 Edition of KAP Sani2C.

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We are so excited for Matt King! Matt helped inspire the creation of the Rush-Miller Foundation! There are not enough accolades on the Planet for this man! We love you MATT! Kim King

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Training for the epic ride with my friend Pat on the freak bike

One of Rush-Miller Foundation's first International bikes went to Kenya with Douglas Sidialo's help! Go Seeing is Believing!

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The Seeing is Believing team of Douglas Sidialo and John Kiriko Mwangi return to Kenya after a very successful outing in South Africa🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌where they compl...eted the 2017 edition of Old Mutual Joberg2C and the 2017 edition Sani2c. The teams immense accomplishment earned them an entry to the 2018 edition of the ABSA Cape Epic the ultimate Mountain bike challenge in the world. 😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😊😊😊😊😊

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This is a wonderful summary of my 100 mile race in North Carolina. Please share with others.

RALEIGH, NC — On April 2, deep in the dark woods of Umstead State Park at Raleigh, NC, there was a chill in the air as the black night sky drifted into pink dawn and the stars faded in the early morning light. Richard Hunter, in tears, burst over the finish line at the Umstead 100 Endurance Race, 24...


Eric Miller has posted a new update!

EMBARRASSED! Two days ago I received a call about our website being HACKED! I am actively working with GoDaddy to resolve the issue....Twice I've been assured the issue was handled....and still this morning the site is HACKED! Thanks to those donating to Luc's bike...especially if you went to our website and thought..."Who are these clowns!"

Eric Miller has posted a new update!