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Raleigh program supports wounded veterans

Published May 6, 2013

KENT, WA (BRAIN) — Raleigh is donating $50 to Ride 2 Recovery for certain road bike models sold between now and May 27. Ride 2 Recovery is a national program that uses cycling to help wounded veterans recover.

“We think it is fantastic that cycling can be part of the physical and psychological recovery process for the men and women who have served this country and paid a high cost,” said Matt Millen, marketing and communications manager at Raleigh Bicycles. “Ride 2 Recovery is doing an amazing job of facilitating cycling experiences for veterans and our goal through the Give Back program is to provide R2R with additional financial support so that they can show more vets the therapeutic benefits of cycling.”

Eligible Raleigh road bikes in the R2R Give Back program include three road models in the Militis series, the Singulus tri bike, and bikes in the high-performance Revenio/Capri carbon and aluminum endurance race series. 

Topics associated with this article: Advocacy/Non-profits

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