- Veterans to ride hand cycles, tandems and recumbents through Kentucky and Tennessee
- Ride 2 Recovery provides cycling programs for America's injured veterans
- Communities encouraged to gather along the daily routes to support and cheer riders
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Apr. 24, 2014) —
Ride 2 Recovery, a 501(c) 3, helps injured veterans improve their health and wellness through individual and group cycling. Cycling has proven to be a catalyst in the recovery process by providing a new physical challenge while concurrently helping to cope with the mental challenges. Ride 2 Recovery benefits military mental and physical rehabilitation programs that feature cycling as the core activity. Bikes are often custom-fitted to the physical needs of each rider. There are 43 Ride 2 Recovery Project HERO programs at military installations and VA facilities that provide training, fitting and bikes to prepare riders for the long-distance Challenges.
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