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  • Inspired by great climbers before him, Kyle has always had his eyes on the great mountains of the world. Growing up in the Cascade mountains of Washington state, Kyle’s father introduced him to the outdoors and the mountains from an early age. As life went on, Kyle always had aspirations to do more for others. With a humble and encouraging outlook on life, Kyle pursued firefighting, obtaining a degree in Fire Science. In the summer of 2010, Kyle and his father put together his two passions, giving and the outdoors,...

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  • German ultra-marathoner Thomas Ehmke is at home in the toughest conditions. Look for him in all the top ultra marathons throughout Europe. We are proud to have him on board with the ColdAvenger team.

  • Wydysh is a respiratory therapist at the University of Utah medical center and is also working toward his AE-C asthma educator credential. He also has first-hand experience in living with symptoms associated with cold-induced asthma. “My work recently has been focused on respiratory health, but as an asthma sufferer since childhood and also coveting an intense passion for big mountain skiing—this is the perfect storm. I’m out enjoying my life to the fullest and I want to be able to help others do the same,” says Bret Wydysh, BSRT, RRT....

  • Lifelong mountain sport athletes, their love for each other & sense of adventure takes them on expeditions all over the world raising money & awareness for charity & fighting heart disease which took Michael’s father when he was young. Climbing rock & ice & sending first ascents in Alaska & Bolivia, setting Guinness Book World Records on the Luge sled & ski boarding first descents in remote mountainous areas along with river running & SCUBA diving. They lead a team of explorers from the New England area called Team Expedition...

  • Bonnie Moebeck is a dedicated mother of four children and an avid racer, bodybuilder, triathlete. She is from Newport Beach, California but now lives in Eagan, Minnesota. She is set to compete in Minnesota’s Arrowhead 135 on January 28th ,which is a 60 hour winter bike race. Bonnie has suffered many health issues and was even hospitalized for Lemierre’s Disease, a rare and deadly disease that first infects the lungs, causing pneumonia, and then spreads throughout the body causing anaerobic septicemia. Through all of this Bonnie has recovered and now...