2021 Walk & Roll

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2021 SBACO Walk & Roll

INSTRUCTIONS - To attend you must register for 1 free registration for your family/group and then click "add participant" to add each family member to your ticket & sign the required waivers.  You will then be prompted to either create a Team or add yourself to a Team if desired. 

We are back in-person for the 2021 Walk & Roll! Join us to raise funds for programs benefitting our community while having fun outdoors - TOGETHER!

Our new location, Red Tailed Hawk Park, has an accessible playground & spray park so all kiddos can get wet!  Stay for the bbq & picnic afterwards as well.  Sign up for a Team or to sponsor (see sponsorship page at  Adaptive Adventures will also be allowing participants to use their adaptive bikes for the walk & roll - please indicate when registering if you would like to utilize one!

July 17 -  Walk N' Roll is the largest gathering of the Spina Bifida Association of Colorado community, typically over 250 people, with families coming from all over Colorado as well as Wyoming, Nebraska, Arizona, and New Mexico.  The Walk N' Roll is designed to build the local Colorado community and raise financial support for people living with Spina Bifida.

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Saturday July 17th
Red-tailed Hawk Park, East Hinsdale Way, Aurora, CO, USA
Red-tailed Hawk Park, 23701 E Hinsdale Way, Aurora, CO 80016, USA


Spina Bifida is the #1 birth defect in the world with no main cause, it can be hereditary however in most cases the cause is unknown.  Every year over 1600 babies are born with Spina Bifida.

The mission of the Spina Bifida Association of Colorado is to build a better and brighter future for all those affected by Spina Bifida.

Colorado Facts

Approximately 3.5 in every 10,000 births results in a Spina Bifida diagnosis.

There are approximately 166,000 people living with Spina Bifida in the United States. Approximately 1,689  of those people live in Colorado. (data collection period: 2010).

The cost of lifetime care for people with Spina Bifida in Colorado is $1,000,000 though it can often exceed $1,689,000,000.

We pursue our mission by educating the public about the latest research on prevention, ex. the intake of folic acid before and during pregnancy.  For those individuals and families already affected we bring them together through multiple activities to see they are not alone in there fight, that we are a community.  We have individuals in their 70's and younger living with Spina Bifida, we can learn from each other how to get through the different stages of life.  We learn how to prevent common medical issues, how to get through school with common learning conditions, how to pursue higher education, job, relationships, etc. 

Join us and support the Spina Bifida Association of Colorado to educate the world about Spina Bifida and to enhance the lives of people in our community by bringing them together.

Thank you,

Mark Deschamp

Adult with Spina Bifida & Past Board Chair of the Spina Bifida Association of Colorado


Fundraising Prizes to say THANK YOU!