Wounded Warrior Project. 10 Years: a decade of service - a lifetime of commitment

Soldier Ride® Sponsors


USAAFor more than 90 years, USAA has supported the military community, and we’re proud to be the national sponsor of the Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride program. Find out more by visiting usaa.com/wwp.






UHAUL Logo founding partnerU-Haul was founded in 1945 by a Navy veteran who served our
nation during World War II. At the end of that conflict, there existed a widespread need for do-it-yourself moving equipment on a one-way, nationwide basis. However, no one at that time was ready or willing to serve that need, so U-Haul was born.

Since it began, U-Haul has supported the U.S. military and hired many veterans to be a part of the U-Haul workforce ... veterans who remain a very large part of the Company's success. Today, U-Haul continues to seek veterans to become members of the U-Haul family. Since 2005, U-Haul has been a founding partner of Soldier Ride®, and a proud supporter of Wounded Warrior Project® and our Warriors to Work™ and TRACK™ programs. U-Haul is and always will be committed to serving our nation’s heroes. Find out more by visiting uhaul.com/vets.



TREK LogoWhen Trek began in 1976, our mission was simple: Build the best bikes in the world. Today, we’ve added to our mission: Help the world use the bicycle as a simple solution to complex problems.

The bicycle is the most efficient form of human transportation. It can combat climate change, ease urban congestion, and build human fitness. It brings us together, yet allows us to escape. And it takes us places we would never see any other way.

Trek. We believe in bikes.

We have been a proud supporter of Soldier Ride® and Wounded Warrior Project®for the last 7 years providing bikes, accessories, clothing, and parts.

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