CSA joins wounded warriors as they 'Ride 2 Recovery'

By D. Myles CullenApril 9, 2010

Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. talks with participants of the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge at a pre-ride dinner on April 7, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices.
1 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. talks with participants of the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge at a pre-ride dinner on April 7, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors to bike 65 miles from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices.
2 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors to bike 65 miles from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors to bike 65 miles from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices.
3 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors to bike 65 miles from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Volunteers encourage a "Ride 2 Recovery" bike rider outside Fort Hood, Texas,  April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their
4 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Volunteers encourage a "Ride 2 Recovery" bike rider outside Fort Hood, Texas, April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. rides 65 miles with wounded warriors from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices.
5 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. rides 65 miles with wounded warriors from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Volunteers encourages a "Ride 2 Recovery" bike rider outside Fort Hood, Texas,  April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their
6 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Volunteers encourages a "Ride 2 Recovery" bike rider outside Fort Hood, Texas, April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors to bike 65 miles from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices.
7 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors to bike 65 miles from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors to bike 65 miles from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices.
8 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors to bike 65 miles from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors at the start of a bike ride that took them from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices.
9 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Servicemembers and volunteers join wounded warriors at the start of a bike ride that took them from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, during the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
A memorial to the Soldiers who have died in the defense of the country stands in the foreground as the Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. addresses the audience at the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge at a pre-ride dinner on April 7, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices.
10 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A memorial to the Soldiers who have died in the defense of the country stands in the foreground as the Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. addresses the audience at the "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge at a pre-ride dinner on April 7, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. shakes hands with a wounded warrior at the conclusion of the 65-mile "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices.
11 / 11 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. shakes hands with a wounded warrior at the conclusion of the 65-mile "Ride 2 Recovery" bike challenge from Austin, Texas, to Fort Hood, Texas, April 8, 2010. Ride 2 Recovery encourages the mental and physical rehabilitation of active-duty servicemembers and veterans while promoting awareness of their sacrifices. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL