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Project Hero Suncoast Warrior Ride (Ride2Recovery)

20 Nov

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December 20, 2014 we are promoting the Project Hero Suncoast Warrior Ride which will bring together wounded warriors from Florida in order to create awareness and promote a positive atmosphere for wounded veterans.

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Through this event warriors and supporters will have the opportunity to ride 40 miles or 80 miles.We ask that you come out and join our warriors during this ride. Having supporters ride side by side with our warriors has improved the lives of our veterans and has an everlasting effect on the recovery process they go through. Teams are encouraged to come out and show your support. Any type of bike is welcome with all ability levels.

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For more information on the location of this event please visit http://www.traillink.com/%5D and search for the Suncoast Trail which begins in northern Hillsborough County, and heads north through Pasco and Hernando counties. We will meet at theTrailhead at SR 54 (2.45 miles from southern terminus): From I-75, take Exit 58 to SR 54. Head east (toward New Port Richey/Land O’ Lakes) on SR 54 until you pass under the Suncoast Parkway. Trailhead entrance is on the right about .25 miles beyond overpass.

From New Port Richey, head east on State Road 54. Look for trailhead entrance on left about .25 miles before passing under Suncoast Parkway

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If you’re not able to come please show your support by sharing or reposting this article with your friends and family in order to create awareness for Ride 2 Recovery and Project Hero.

Thank you all for your support!

http://andressu.com/2014/11/19/suncoast-warrior-ride-project-hero/%5D

Andres Su

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2 Comments

Posted by on November 20, 2014 in Events

 

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2 responses to “Project Hero Suncoast Warrior Ride (Ride2Recovery)

  1. Sharon Gailey

    December 11, 2014 at 2:25 am

    A friend shared this with me and I would like some further info please, I road the R 2 R ride in March in tampa and there was a sight to sign up , I see no link connected. Also is there sag support on this ride as well feeding stations.
    Always up for supporting our men and woman.
    Thanks,
    Sharon

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