Equipment grant for Takehisa Matsuda

Takehisa or “Take” Matsuda became paralyzed from a spinal cord injury in 1997 and began a sedentary life for the next 20 years “confined” to a wheelchair. A year ago, after a few hours of … Read More

With your help, we can change lives

Building confidence by pushing ourselves and completing goals leads to greater self esteem for us all including those living with a disability. The outdoors is a perfect arena in which to accomplish this. Adaptive athletes … Read More

Leg Up 2.0 winner visits Telluride

Scottie McDonald and wife Rita traveled to Telluride, Colorado recently to enjoy a week of activities using the BTK Crossover Knee which he won in the GoHawkeye Leg Up 2.0 contest. This prize sports knee … Read More

Kidz off-road handcycles delivered

The GoHawkeye Foundation has delivered Wildcat youth handcycles to the  Oregon Adaptive Sports(OAS) and Teton Adaptive Sports(TAS) organizations. These are the first kid handcycles ever produced by ReActive Adaptations located in Crested Butte , CO. The … Read More

Kids Wildcat Handcycle Contest

We are excited to announce the latest GoHawkeye giveaway in partnership with ESI Ergonomic Solutions…the Kids Wildcat Handcycle Contest! Open to kids age 6-11, this is an essay contest (parents can help) to win a … Read More

Leg Up 2.0 Winner Scottie McDonald

Scottie McDonald from Dallas, TX. is the winner of the Leg Up 2.0 contest for the multi-use BTKCrossover Knee and a Rocky Mountain outdoor experience in beautiful Telluride, Colorado. This mechanical multi-sport knee allows activities … Read More