Central Texas Veterans Health Care System
Wounded warriors participating in Ride 2 Recovery to stop at Austin VA Clinic Tuesday
Participating in the Ride 2 Recovery’s Texas Challenge, more than 100 wounded warrior Veterans and supporters will stop at the Austin VA Outpatient Clinic Tuesday,
April 17, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Veterans, Veterans organizations, and the public are invited to join VA employees and patients to cheer on the cyclists participating in the Ride 2 Recovery Texas Challenge as they ride on their more than 400-mile journey through Texas. To welcome and encourage them on their journey, individuals and organizations are encouraged to bring U.S. flags to wave or make a poster or banner to show them your support.
The 2018 “Texas Challenge,” is a six-day, non-competitive, therapeutic bike tour that will traverse more than 400-miltes from San Antonio to Waco and then to its conclusion in Fort Worth on April 21.
This ride benefits Veterans and First Responders affected by injury, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Project Hero organizes the ride annually. Their goal is to bring positive outcomes to Veterans and First Responders in achieving rehabilitation and recovery.
The Austin VA Outpatient Clinic, located at 7901 Metropolis Drive in Austin, is part of the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System.
For more information about the Ride 2 Recovery, visit their website at http://www.ride2recovery.com/ .