Outreach and Media

Colorado Adaptive Mobility Clinic

The annual event, hosted by local prosthetics provider Hanger Clinic, takes place at Mines and is supported by the Ability Research and Design Group. More from Mines Newsroom»

Aspen Science Center Street Fair

Aspen Science Center Street Fair

Prof. Bach represented Colorado School of Mines and exhibited six of the adaptive sports equipment projects at the 2016 Aspen Science Center Street Fair.

No Barriers Summit

No Barriers Summit

Five students from the first Human Centered Design Studio showed their projects at the 2016 No Barriers Summit at Copper Mountain Colorado.

Senior design team

FourCross Adaptive Bike Design

Student design teams design a bike that can be used by incomplete quadriplegics. Read more»

Watch a video of Ashley, a person with incomplete quadriplegia, ride the FourCross bike.

Man in adaptive saddle

Saddle design for adaptive riders

The July 20, 2015 edition of Sky-Hi News contained an article about the adaptive saddle that the Mines students made for the National Sports Center for the Disabled. Read more»