Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride

Race Stats

  • Location: Liberty Memorial
  • Length: 35 Miles
  • Start time: 8:30am
  • End time: 12pm
  • Date: 09-09-2017
  • Beneficiary: Wounded Warrior Project
  • Day of event Phone: 814-570=0813
  • Day of event contact: Robert Ferrara
  • Race Director Name: Robert Ferrara
  • Race Director Email:rferrara@woundedwarriorproject.org
  • No. of Participants: 15
  • Race Website: https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/programs/soldier-ride
  • Link to Map:

Race Route

Turn right toward Kessler Rd
Turn left toward Kessler Rd
Turn left onto Kessler Rd
Turn right toward Wyandotte St
Turn left toward Wyandotte St
Turn right onto Wyandotte St
Turn left toward Main St
Turn right onto Main St
Turn right onto Westport Rd
Turn left onto Roanoke Pkwy
Turn left onto Westport Rd
Continue onto W 43rd Ave
Turn left onto Mission Rd
Turn right
Turn left onto W 47th Ave
Turn right onto Rainbow Blvd
Turn left onto W 47th Pl
Turn right at Wornall Rd
Turn left onto W 47th St
Continue onto Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd
Turn left onto Rockhill Rd
Turn left onto Volker Blvd
Slight left to stay on Volker Blvd
Turn left onto Troost Ave
Turn left onto Brush Creek Blvd
Turn right onto Harrison St
Slight left onto Gillham Rd
Slight right to stay on Gillham Rd
Turn right onto E 39th St
Turn left onto Harrison Pkwy
Turn left onto Holmes St
Turn left onto Gleed Terrace
Turn right onto Campbell St
Turn left onto Harrison Pkwy
Continue onto Harrison Blvd
Turn right onto E 36th St
Continue onto 35th St
Turn left onto The Paseo
Slight left to stay on The Paseo
Turn left onto E 18 St/E 18th St
Turn left onto Main St
Turn right onto Memorial Dr
Turn right onto Liberty Memorial Mall
Turn left to stay on Liberty Memorial Mall
Turn left to stay on Liberty Memorial Mall
Turn right

About This Race

This event is not a race. It is a ride for wounded, injured and ill veterans and is used as a therapeutic event to aid in their recovery. We will have veterans from the area along with veterans from around the country there. This event not only aids in their physical recovery but also they psychological recover. Not only do they ride bicycles but they also set-up peer support networks for when the ride in over then can stay in touch with each other.