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2020 Corporate Challenge in Hampton Roads, Virginia has been CANCELLED

Ride 2 Recovery
When: May 25, 2014 12:00 PM until June 2, 2014 02:00 AM Eastern Time Zone
Follow historical roads and live American history as you leave Washington, DC on your way to your final destination of Virginia Beach. Along the way, you will pass by Mt. Vernon, the home of our Founding Father and first President George Washington, the famous civil war battlefields of Manassas or Bull Run as the North called it, Fredericksburg, Mechanicsville, and the capitol of the Confederacy - Richmond. 

As you wind your way though the heart of the Confederacy, suddenly you will find yourself in Colonial America and the settlements of Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown stopping in the heart of the largest military bases in the U.S.

The event ends with a USO sponsored VIP concert experience and community event.
Event Details:

This ride will be limited to 200 participants with a minimum $3,000 fee. Your $75 registration fee is applied to your total fee. All healing heroes ride for free. There is an active duty Military or VA employee discount of 50%. The Participant riders will receive a Ride 2 Recovery jersey, socks, and T-shirt. The fee will also include hotel housing, limited rider support, luggage transportation (70lbs max), daily route guides, marked course, rest stops, snacks, meals. There may also be nighttime entertainment on selected evenings.

25-May, Sunday, Day 0: Registration

26-May, Monday, Day 1: Washington DC to Manassas

27-May, Tuesday, Day 2: Manassas to Fredericksburg

28-May, Wednesday, Day 3: Fredericksburg to Richmond

29-May, Thursday, Day 4: Richmond to Williamsburg

30-May, Friday, Day 5: Williamsburg to Virginia Beach

31-May, Saturday, Day 6: Virginia Beach Warrior GP (This day will be a race event with several racing categories with a route TBD)

1-June, Sunday, Day 7: Depart home

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