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Ride 2 Recovery Texas Challenge--Austin

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April 17, 2012

Austin, TX

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The Ride 2 Recovery is produced by the Fitness Challenge Foundation (501C3) in partnership with the Military and VA Volunteer Service Office to benefit mental and physical rehabilitation programs for our country’s wounded veterans. Cycling is the core activity of this event.

April 16–21, 2012: Texas Challenge
Everything is BIG in Texas, and this event should not disappoint—from the start in San Antonio to the state capitol of Austin to the finish in Arlington. This event will also feature visits to Brooke Army Medical Center, Randolph AFB and Fort Hood. Healing heroes from the Center for the Intrepid, Fort Bliss and Fort Hood are expected to participate.

Volunteers will be needed to provide massage at each stop of the ride.
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