Hey 41-ers, throw a few dollars at this to help disabled servicemen and women ride....
This April 25-27, I am participating in an inspiring event honoring our nation’s servicemen and women, particularly those with disabilities. You have a unique opportunity to help me celebrate their service to our nation.
The 2014 Face of America Ride is an annual bicycle ride from World T.E.A.M. Sports, a not-for profit organization that celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2013. This two-day bike ride from the Pentagon at our Nation’s Capital to the historic battlefields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania honors our military - veterans and active duty, disabled and able-bodied — and the true American Spirit.
Like all World T.E.A.M. Sports events, the Face of America brings together disabled and non-disabled athletes to provide inspiration to all Americans. Everybody is encouraged to join as a participant in this immensely satisfying event. If you can’t join me in participating, you can still show your support for our disabled servicemen and women by making a contribution. As a participant, I have agreed to raise funds through my ride. You can make a contribution to support me by clicking on this web link.
There is no charge for any disabled servicemen or women to ride. Your donation will be applied to paying their event costs, including accommodations, food, bikes and other associated expenses. Other donations and sponsorship support will cover the costs of the event.
World T.E.A.M. Sports is a registered 501(c)(3) organization, so donations are tax deductible to the limit permitted by law. The organization's federal tax identification number is 56-1827893. Learn more about World T.E.A.M. Sports' finances, including past IRS 990 forms, at http://worldteamsports.org/about-us/financials/.
"I tried being reasonable, I didn‘t like it."
"I understand. I just don't care"
thats the one
Nothing cheesy about that jerseysoldier. You earned the right to wear it and having a Ranger tab tells me a whole lot. Thank you for your service, sir.
Anyone a Wounded Warrior jersey recipient here? That is my one charity to support now, a good organization helping deserving men and women back into their life as fully as possible. Our club tries to support them with a ride each year.
I'm an angry angst ridden anarcho-punk socialist you should just generally disregard my posts--Germany_chris
Just watched Seal Team Six while doing my power test on the trainer. Thanks to everyone over there, and around the world.
Great jersey, we should never forget the POW's and never stop the searching for answers.
We are a 100% military family, wife was Navy, and all three of our kids are/were active duty - one daughter Navy and is out now, another on USS Anchorage, and son is a Calvary Scout with 4th ID. I was 21 years in the U.S. Coast Guard. Retired Chief. Started riding off and on since '93.
"Well once again we find that clowning and anarchy don't mix..." ~the TICK!
OCP Member #119 - Chief of the Goat Locker Division
Greetings! I just retired after 23 years (Army and then Coast Guard). I have more time to dedicate to road cycling after a long hiatus. Thank you to all who have/are serving.
This is awesome! have been in the Air Force for 16 years..its great to see some support for military members deploying! Thank you everybody that continues to support.