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In ‘High Road,’ Adaptive Athletes Tackle Challenges Together

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Cannondale’s new film ‘High Road’ explores the dreams, struggles, and triumphs of adaptive cyclists Meg Fischer and Jack Berry.

Paralympic cyclist Meg Fisher is on a mission. After retiring from cycling with a stack of medals and championships, Fischer was shocked to learn there’s a dearth of adaptive categories and guidelines in the MTB and gravel racing world. So she became an advocate for change.

Woven through Fischer’s narrative is the story of Jack Berry, a young parasports athlete from Missoula, Mont., training for his first race. By the end of the film, Berry and Fischer are drawn together by a shared passion for bikes, the landscape of Montana, and the thrill of the race.

Keep a tissue handy — you might have something in your eye after watching this one.

Runtime: 12 minutes

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