Easterseals Redwood Honor Ride

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Honor Ride 2024

presented by the

Cincinnati's Asian Cuisine Week Jan. 22-28, 2024

Saturday, August 24, 2024 

8:30 AM

Ride with us in-person 

at Miami Whitewater Forest on Saturday, August 24. All you need is yourself and a bike of any kind – road bike, mountain bike, tricycle or recumbent bike. You can ride solo or with a team.  

Ride on your own 

anywhere, anytime to raise awareness and funds for local veterans. Ride with us on your stationary bike at home, at the gym or on your favorite trail. 

Create a Team

We'll provide you with your own team fundraising page and give you the tools to support your efforts. Help us raise awareness and funds for Military & Veteran Services.


Honor Ride Registration (includes Honor Ribbon)


Honor Ride Registration w/shirt (includes Honor Ribbon)


Honor Ribbon only

Don't want to ride? Make a gift in honor of a veteran or service member you love with an Honor Ribbon. Your hero's name will be read during our Honor Ribbon Ceremony. 

Your hero's ribbon will be mailed back to you around Veteran's Day in November!

Join us for the Honor Ride!

Register or Create a Team here!

Honor Your Vet with an Honor Ribbon!

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Why Your Support Matters

Your support is crucial in providing a hand-up for so many local veterans. One of those veterans was Bradley Halsey. “I managed to keep life on track, barely, once back in the civilian world, but after the loss of my mother and then later on the loss of my father, things fell apart, he said.  After three years in the Navy, upon his honorable discharge in 2011, Bradley struggled. “I felt lost without the structure and culture I came to rely on in the military. It was also a struggle to find purpose once I got home, he said. He dealt with many issues, including tinnitus, and back issues, which kept him on bed rest for a while.  The loss of his parents made things even harder, and he found himself checking into a treatment and recovery shelter for veterans. Fortunately, he was referred to Easterseals Redwood's Military & Veteran Services (MVS) to help cover fees for his storage unit. After the initial meeting, our job developer, Sean took him for an eye exam as his prescription was three years outdated. Sean introduced him to a world of opportunities and resources. Thanks to Easterseals Redwood, Bradley was able to turn his life around and find a new sense of purpose.  


Sean helped him prepare for a job interview with clothes to wear and a haircut. Bradley was offered and accepted the job with Joseph Chevrolet. Brad is so grateful to MVS, for helping him, especially for paying for his new glasses, which brought tears to his eyes, as he was so excited to see correctly again. In March, Sean followed up and Bradley reported he was at the top of the sales board and had only been there for 45 days! He moved out of the shelter in April.  



Miami Whitewater Forest
9001 Mount Hope Road
HarrisonOH 45030 USA