From Everything Lubbock:
The president is hosting the 100k Wounded Warrior Bike Ride, a ride dedicated to military members wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“Riding with veterans who have overcome an injury is not only an honor it is a huge inspiration,” President George W. Bush said.
For the second day in a row the former president and his team of wounded warriors dressed down, geared up, and rode across the Palo Duro Canyon today.
All 19 warriors served under the former president and today all 20 of them worked side by side to make it through the trail.
“There are some places where it is very steep and a group of people will wait for me to get there and sort of push me up a hill,” warrior Dan Gade said.
Sergeant Major Chris Self said wounded warriors are proof that obstacles should never stand in your way…
These are the best of the best and President Bush hasn’t forgotten them. Neither should the rest of us. Go here if you’d like to help out a Wounded Warrior.