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Serve Our Willing Warriors sixth fundraising Warrior Ride is Sept. 9

Serve Our Willing Warriors nonprofit in Haymarket is sponsoring its sixth annual Warrior Ride on Sept. 9. There are varied riding levels to accommodate a wide range of cycling enthusiasts. Register here:

At last report,  220+ riders have signed up forAnnual Warrior Ride with presenting sponsor NextPoint Group and hosting venue The Farm Brewery at Broad Run.

2023 Event Timeline -
6:30 Breakfast begins (thank you to our sponsors Micron and Starbucks)
7:30 Metric riders depart
8:00 Gravel riders depart
9:00 Half-Metric riders depart
10:05 13 Mile riders depart
11:00 Lunch service begins
2:00 All Riders must be off roads/event ends

Are you not interested in riding but still want to get involved? Sponsorship opportunities, including sponsoring a Warrior to ride, can be found at
or volunteer for this event at  For more about volunteering, contact Faith Lillemo (Volunteer Coordinator) at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call the Serve Our Willing Warriors office at 571-248-0008.  Route Host(s) and Event Photographers volunteers are needed.
Last year, the ride’s top Fundraisers, Peter and Jeannie Eberle, raised more than $10,000.  Peter has challenged new fundraisers to rise to the occasion for the 2023 Ride.  Peter and Jeannie have already raised over $22,000 this year!

We are honored to have you participate and are grateful for your support of our Warriors and the Warrior Retreat at Bull Run.

Our Contact Information
Serve Our Willing Warriors
16013 Waterfall Road
Haymarket, VA 20169-2126

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