Congratulations to Gale Loveland, executive director of the National Ability Center. She has been nominated as a finalist for the Ernst & Young entrepreneur of the year award in the Utah region! Gail's hardworking and determination has helped the NAC grown to server 40 percent more people within her five tenure. Gail not only strives to better her workplace but herself as well. Gail trained with us prior to complteing the LoToJa bike race where she confidently completed the 206 mile long race.
The LoToJa Bicycle Classic is a one-day amateur bicycle road race from Logan, UT to Jackson Hole, WY, USA. LoToJa is one of the longest one-day road cycling races in the U.S, and is the longest one-day race sanctioned by USA Cycling. The race began in 1983 and celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2012. In 1983 the race had nine participants. In 2011, it had over 1,500 riders.