Join us for the 2nd Annual Triple Victor Veteran Suicide Awareness Bike Ride, a 430+ mile ride across North Carolina. The Triple Victor Suicide Awareness Bike Ride remembers and honors the veterans who have lost their lives and raises funds for Mission 22, an organization dedicated to ending veteran suicide and supporting the families impacted by veteran suicide.
The Triple Victor Veteran Suicide Awareness Ride is a 430-mile journey from the Tennesse-North Carolina border to the Jannette pier on the East Coast. Over the first four days of riding, riders will complete four 22-mile segments, followed by a fifth day with three 22-miles segments and a final 16-mile reflection ride. The 22-mile segments symbolize the average number of military veterans, past and present, who commit suicide. The riders will stop at the end of each 22-mile segment to pay remembrance to a fallen veteran.
The Triple Victor Veterans Suicide Awareness Ride is a free event for those that wish to raise awareness and celebrate the lives of the fallen veterans. The cost to support a rider is $290. After covering the cost of riders, Triple Victor will donate all remaining funds to Mission 22. We ask each athlete to fundraise for the ride and to set a minimum goal of $290.