Heather's Ride is A totally awesome, NON-COMPETITIVE cycling event that benefits Heather's Camp, A unique summer camp experience for youth with visual impairments to honor the memory of Heather Muller


ONLINE Registration is now closed. There will be Walk-up Registration at the event.

  • Register by June 30 and pay $30.

  • Register online from July 1 - July 12 for $40

  • Register in person on Sunday, July 14 at Lake Afton Shelter 1 for just $40

  • 6 AM - registration for 75 and 50 mile rides begin

  • 7 AM - registration for 25 mile ride begins

  • 8 AM - registration for 10 mile ride begins

Sunday, July 14, 2019 at lake afton park- shelter 1

10, 25, 50 and 75 Mile Rides through scenic south-central ks

Early online registration fee of $30 through June 30

July 1 - July 12 online registration increases to $40

Walkup registration on July 14 is available for $40

Registration fee includes after ride brunch, sag support, minor medical assistance, support vehicles, minor repair service

T-Shirts can be purchased separately for $12



6:00 AM:     Registration and check-in for 50 & 75 Mile Rides

6:30 AM:     75 Mile Rides start

6:35 AM       50 Mile Rides start

7:00 AM:     Registration and check-in for 25 Mile Ride

7:30 AM:     25 Mile Ride starts

8:00 AM:      Registration and check-in for 10 Mile Ride

8:30 AM:     10 Mile Ride starts



Heather's Camp, founded in 2001, is a non-profit organization devoted to providing a summer camp experience for youth with visual impairments.



Heather Muller, the inspiration for Heather's Camp, had great empathy and a passion for working with people with special needs. Volunteering at Rainbows United and the Newman Center at WSU was very important to her. Heather graduated from Wichita State University with an undergraduate degree in audiology and was working on her masters in Early Childhood Special Education while teaching preschool at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School. 

While at Wichita State University, Heather was also a member of Delta Gamma Fraternity, whose philanthropy is Service for Sight. Service for Sight promotes sight preservation and assistance to children and adults who are visually impaired.  Our strong desire to honor our sister Heather, along with these passions, created the vision for a new camp in Heather's name and a great partnership with Envision and Delta Gamma Fraternity. 

Heather's Camp relies solely on donations to fund all costs related to providing a wholesome summer camp experience for Heather's Campers, who benefit from increased self-confidence, new friendships, outdoor adventures, music, fun and laughter while increasing emotional growth and support to their families. In 2001 Heather's Camp hosted 17 children with visual impairments. In 2014, there were 80 campers and over 100 staff volunteers! 

Fun Fact: All of the volunteers for Heather's Ride have also volunteered at Heather's Camp or have a personal connection and know these campers personally. It is our love of Heather's Camp that is behind our passion for Heather's Ride! 

Heather’s Camp has taught me that I am just like everyone else, even though I do have a visual impairment. We all want to be treated the same way everyone else is. I like to think of it as anyone that has a disability is special no matter what the disability is. Be happy with who you are! We’re all special and unique!
— Savannah- 22, has attended camp since 2001

Heather's Camp in the news!

2014 Heather's Camp coverage by KWCH 12

2014 Heather's Camp coverage by KWCH 12

2014 Heather's Camp coverage by KSN

2014 Heather's Camp coverage by KSN


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