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The Pease Brothers Embody the Wahooligan Lifestyle

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Kyle Pease Foundation 

The Kyle Pease Foundation was founded in 2011 with a mission to improve the lives of disabled persons through sports by providing them the necessary adaptive equipment they need to achieve their goals. The foundation also participates in educational programs to bring more awareness about Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities.

“Having discovered endurance sports we wanted other people to see what life without limits looks like.”

The Pease Brothers Embody The True Meaning(s) of a Wahooligan

A Wahooligan trains for the journey, not for the finish line.

…knows that fortitude is proving to ourselves that anything is possible.

…sets goals, aspires for greatness and never settles.

Wahoo Fitness Support & Involvement 

Wahoo Fitness supports the Pease Brothers with more than just the TICKRx, KICKR and ELEMNT. We support the foundation by participating in races and assisting disabled athletes.

I’ve been working with KPeasey for almost 3 years now and it has been an amazing experience that has gone past simply running a few races. Prior to this, I haven’t had much exposure with the special needs community, but each family was so patient with me as I learned what each person needed and how I could help. What I’ve discovered is that each assisted athlete sees his or her race in very much the same way I do.  

They love completing races, going fast, being competitive, and most of all, they love being a part of the KPeasey community.  

…The biggest struggle I’ve had is realizing that even though I’m racing & pushing, these races are not about me but are more about the experience we are having as a team.  I have continued to stay involved because these families have welcomed me into their lives.  I feel connected to more than just a foundation.  I feel included in an extended family.”

-Mike Ragan, Wahoo Fitness


Discover how you can get involved with the Pease Brothers and their organization on their website and learn more about what it means to be a Wahooligan.

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