First Responders Ride Bikes To Honor the Fallen

Texas First Responders Ride Bikes To Honor the Fallen

This Annual Bike Ride Is About Something INCREDIBLY Important

( – From September 3 to September 9, folks in Texas likely encountered a group of dedicated athletes peddling their way from Texarkana to Houston. These men and women rode in honor of fallen first responders who lost their lives in the line of duty in 2021. The Texas Brotherhood Ride is an annual charity event with a special purpose.

The participants were also first responders, but not everyone involved is from Texas. People come from all over the country to participate in the event. Each rider wears a jersey displaying the name of every one of the 32 first responders who died in 2021.

The 600-mile, 6-day ride is a yearly event that helps the group in its mission to keep alive the memories of the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives while serving and protecting their communities. The participants seek to bring attention to their comrades’ deaths and provide support to those who loved and cared about them through this charity event.

The group has conducted the ride annually for seven years, beginning in 2014. Riders train and prepare to make the grueling week-long trek to show respect and honor for the paramedics, police officers, and firefighters who lost their lives serving in Texas the previous year. The non-profit organization donates all proceeds from the event to the families of those they are honoring.

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