2004—Geoff on the South Sister, Oregon.
2005—First brain-stem stroke.
2006—Trail challenges at Smith Rock State Park, Oregon.
2008—1st trip in what would become the AdvenChair. Catalina State Park, Arizona.
2012—Adding the FreeWheel allowed us to access the beach.
2013—Pulling straps and handle bar on the Deschutes River Trail, Oregon.
2014—New mountain bike handle bars helped with snow travel in Bend, Oregon.
2016—We sought out rough trails at Smith Rock State Park to test the chair.
2016—Pull poles helped climb on Mt. Bachelor, Oregon.
2016—Disc brakes were critical for descending Mt. Bachelor, Oregon.
2016—After months of testing and refining this chair was ready for the Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.
2016—Wider tires were added for the "Big Ditch."
2016—The team found the weak spot...2 miles into the Grand Canyon.
2016—Disappointed at the Grand Canyon as the team waited for help.
2016—The Grand Canyon break was also the break they needed to make them think outside the box.
2017—An inner suspension system was added to dampen shock.
2017—Evolution of the AdvenChair 2.0.
2018—This sketch combines a sit-ski frame and bucket seat, mountain bike wheels, and a front wheel.
2019—Oregon Governor Kate Brown visited Oregon Adaptive Sports and Geoff had the opportunity to talk about the AdvenChair.