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Soldier Ride®


wounded warrior bike rideSoldier Ride is a unique four-day cycling opportunity for wounded service members and veterans to use cycling and camaraderie to overcome physical, mental, or emotional wounds. The rides are exhilarating and a great way to help warriors gain confidence and realize you can do this!

WWP would like to thank the police and fire departments, local restaurants, and the regional communities that play a key role in making each Soldier Ride a success.

What if I’m injured?

Warriors of all ability levels can cycle on Soldier Ride. State-of-the-art adaptive hand cycles, trikes, and bicycles accommodate warriors with various injuries and disabilities, as well as, unmodified road bikes for riders not requiring adaptive equipment are provided free of charge.

How will my time on Soldier Ride be spent?

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Below is a sample schedule of what each ride has to offer.

  • Day One - Arrival day, warrior bike-fitting, and lunch. In the evening, you will have the opportunity to meet and greet fellow warriors on the ride.
  • Day Two - Enjoy a short program ride (10-15 miles) where you will have a chance to test out your bike while getting to know fellow warriors and Soldier Ride team members.
  • Day Three - Challenge yourself with a 15-20+ mile ride with your fellow warriors and Soldier Ride teammates.
  • Day Four - Closing breakfast and departure day.


I’m a WWP Alumnus, how do I apply?

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If you're a registered WWP Alumnus, contact your local WWP office or call the Resource Center for a referral for Soldier Ride. A Soldier Ride recruiter will be in contact with you about your attendance. Please keep in mind:

  • Soldier Ride is typically a 4-day commitment
  • Requesting a referral does not guarantee your attendance on a Soldier Ride. It simply lets the Soldier Ride recruiter know you would like to attend a Soldier Ride event.


Not a WWP Alumnus?

Register today to take full advantage of all WWP programs and services.