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2013 Undefeated 2-Day Bike Ride for Wounded EOD Techs

Posted by Rob Riggins

For the fifth consecutive year ClearedJobs.Net is honored to sponsor the Undefeated Two-Day Bike Rides.

Supporting Wounded EOD Warriors

Last year’s Rides raised over $300,000 for the Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation. EOD techs are a small and elite group of military specialists who are trained to disarm bombs, to protect their fellow service members, and the innocents nearby. Due to the nature of their work, EOD technicians experience the highest percentage rates of injuries within the military.

This year it’s much easier to participate and support wounded EOD families caring for their loved ones at military medical facilities around the country.

How You Can Help

You have several ways to support and participate in the Undefeated 2-Day Rides:

Support a rider or team with your donation. Click on the location of the rider and select the team or individual you wish to support.

Be a virtual rider on your own bike or in the gym

Ride in Washington, DC, September 28-29

Ride in Southern California, October 11-13

Ride in Niceville, Florida, October 12-13

About the Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation

The Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit that funds and supports military EOD families caring for their loved ones at military medical facilities across the country. Funds help fly family out to Bethesda Naval Hospital to support and aid in recovery; modify cars with hand controls so that amputees can drive and maintain independence; build wheelchair ramps in wounded EOD warriors’ homes…and much more.

Our Participation

As a veteran-owned company we’re proud to sponsor the rides. But we’d also like to recognize Carter Goodnough, VP of Sales, who donates his time to organize and produce the events as well as riding and raising funds, and VP of Operations, John Nixon, who will be riding and raising funds.

Video From Last Year’s Ride

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This entry was posted on Friday, September 13, 2013 3:18 pm

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