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- General Registration: Open to riders of all ability for the Challenge Ride Sunday, June 8: http://cyclingclassic.org/general-registration.html
- Corporate Challenge: Got a group of cycling enthusiasts at your company? Consider putting together a Corporate Challenge Team; and support the Air Force Association's Wounded Airman Program: http://cyclingclassic.org/challenge-ride-corporate-challenge.html
- The USAA Congressional Challenge: New this year is the first annual USAA Congressional Cycling Challenge, pitting Republicans against Democrats! You must work on Capitol Hill to participate in this challenge. The party with the most laps wins! http://cyclingclassic.org/challenge-ride-congressional.html
- Navy Federal Credit Union Armed Forces Challenge: If you are a member of one of the branches of service, make sure your laps get counted for this fun competition. Active Duty, Reserve, and Retired servicemembers' laps count toward your services totals. The branch with the most total laps wins! http://cyclingclassic.org/challenge-ride-armed-forces.html
There are many opportunities to volunteer time, from registration to hydration stations and medal distribution. http://cyclingclassic.org/volunteer.html
Our goal is to raise $25,000 for our Wounded Airman Program and we need your help! Donate or support a rider here: http://www.firstgiving.com/TeamSabre/2014-air-force-association-cycling-classic
Help celebrate our wounded warriors by attending the Salute to Wounded Warriors Concert! The concert will be held at the Air Force Memorial Saturday night, June 7! For more information: http://www.airforcememorial.org/AirForceMemorial/events/eventdescription/?CalendarEventKey=7a9736e7-99b8-489a-b7a5-48797f34a040&EventTypeKey=&Home=/events
AFA's Wounded Airman Program partners with the Air Force to help support more than 3,000 airmen who are seriously ill or injured. AFA helps where the DOD programs, TRICARE, and the VA fall short, providing direct financial assistance to wounded airmen and their caretakers. Our support isn't limited to financial assistance as AFA chapters around the country have visited airmen in hospitals, volunteered at adaptive sporting events like the Warrior Games, provided equipment and adapted lifestyle items, provided support for caregivers, and continue to look at ways to help wounded airmen and their families during transition.
Learn more at www.afa.org/WAP!