AN INSPIRATIONAL RIDE
Here’s an exclusive chance to show your support for wounded warriors by riding alongside them in Soldier Ride 2018.
Only two rides nationally are open for civilian participation so grab a spot while you can!
100% of the money Soldier Ride raises goes to help warriors combat stress recovery, job training and counseling, adaptive sports programs, and more.
Wounded Warrior Project has helped over 100,000 veterans with proven life-changing programs.
"Soldier Ride is one of the best programs I have ever done with Wounded Warrior Project. It was a challenge for me the first time, but I made it.
I have discovered the cure for my depression, PTSD, and other health issues. Cycling helps me relax and see personal issues in a different way.
Now I'm very active, participating in monthly cycling events with other veterans and civilians. Thanks to Wounded Warrior Project and the Soldier Ride program, I'm a new person.
Suffolk County is second to none in supporting veterans, warriors, and caregivers. Soldier Ride is a long-standing tradition where you ride or cheer. There's no in between.
During your Soldier Ride with wounded warriors, you will see the local main street, ocean views and a unique opportunity to ride over the huge Robert Moses Parkway Bridge to the Jones Beach area. Not only do locals line the streets, wave flags, and cheer as the crowds ride by, they host and volunteer at a variety of pre-ride events to raise awareness and funds.
There is even a beach-front community picnic at the conclusion of the ride. What better way to show your support for this nations wounded warriors than by registering to ride, fundraise and support during the 2018 Soldier Ride.
On the day of the ride, make sure to bring your bicycle, helmet, and water bottle(s).
Download and read the safety pamphlet. You are responsible to know the rules of the road.
Transportation will be provided via shuttle bus back to the starting location.
Schedule of Events
|7:00AM||Community ride registration and packet pick-up|
|9:30AM||Community ride begins|