Ride To Honor – A Huge Success!
On May 17th, The Army’s Army and Cross Creek Cycling Club hosted the 3rd Annual Ride To Honor, a 30 and 60 mile gran fondo bicycle ride to raise money for our Children of The Fallen mentoring program and help further our mission of supporting soldiers, veterans and their families.
This year’s ride was a huge success, with over 100 cyclists participating in the event, including special guests from the U.S. Paralympics Cycling team, Army Col. Patty Collins and retired Staff Sgt. Jason Kimball, as well as retired Master Sgt. John Masson, a triple-amputee who also participated in last year’s race.
We would like to congratulate this year’s top male and female finishers, Sarah and Dylan, along with all the inspiring athletes that came out to show their support.
A special thank you to all of our partners: Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, Cross Creek Cycling Club, Walgreens, Booz Allen Hamilton, Cumberland County Oratorio Singers, Spring Lake Parks & Recreation, Sonic, PWC, Hawley’s Bicycle World, American Legion Auxiliary, Blashfield Sign Company, Attention Ink, American Legion Riders, The Republik, Leaflet Presbyterian Church, Foundation Family Worship Center, Harnett County Sheriff’s Department, and the Spring Lake Police Department.