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Chris White, a United States Air Force Veteran and avid mountain biker, shares how Pedal With Warriors helps in his fight with Parkinson's disease.


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PWW honored to bring 20 volunteers to a sold out 24 Hours in the Enchanted Forest MTB Race 6/24-6/25/17

PWW was chosen by Zia Rides to be the charity beneficiary for the 24 Hours in the Enchanted Forest race recently held just outside of Gallup, NM. In addition to helping out with hundreds of volunteer hours, we also were very proud of our three quad race teams that participated in the event! We helped…

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Heading for Gallup, New Mexico –June 24, 2017 – 24 Hours at Enchanted Forest

PWW is very excited to announce we have been selected as the charity beneficiary for the 24 Hours at Enchanted Forest MTB race!! This is a weekend to ride together, camp together and enjoy the amazing singletrack trails that wind through meadows, pines and aspens in the Zuni Mountains outside of Gallup, NM. Zia Rides…

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PWW is proud to host mountain bike skills clinic and ride for Wounded Warrior Project veterans

PWW was honored to host a beginning MTB skills clinic and ride for Wounded Warrior Project on 2.17.17 at Reach 11 Sports Complex. There were 26 riders in all! Many, many volunteer hours went into this successful event. Special thanks to Carole Burton-PWW President and Lyndie DeYoung, brainchilds of this event, Scott Givens of PedalTherapy…

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As a 14 year Air Force veteran that is a member of a number of organizations to include Team Red White & Blue (Team RWB), Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), The Mission Continues (TMC), and Pedal With Warriors (PWW), PWW bridges the gap in supporting the veteran community. PWW has established itself as more than a mountain biking group, it is an outreach program that fully supports our veteran men and women, and is an important part of the community. I came from being a “roadie” looking to get into mountain biking and I was welcomed with open arms. Not knowing much about the sport, PWW offered and shared a wealth of knowledge with me, had patience, and took their time is supporting my learning. Though I have moved to WA, the friendships and skills I have learned and made with my time of riding with PWW will last a lifetime.

— Jason K.


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