Our primary mission is to provide hope and resiliency to honorably discharged veterans and first responders, to restore the camaraderie that was lost the moment each exited service.
With suicide, depression and anxiety on the rise amongst our warriors, there can never be enough help or support our nations heroes can rely on or turn to in a time of need.
Texas Warrior 100 has been established to help honorable discharged veterans, First Responders, and the local community. With the rise of suicide, anxiety and depression with our War Fighters and those First Responders who support our community. We feel it is imperative we provide some additional help. We have partnered with Tyson’s Corners Retreat and Wellness Center to help build and maintain resiliency.
In collaboration with Tyson’s we will host service projects and team building events in order to rekindle the fire in our national and community heroes' hearts. There is a certain bond you have while serving your country, which can be extremely hard to replicate for many when they exit service. Through physical and mental challenges, we give these heroes hope and tools to return home with a rejuvenated excitement for life.
Originally, we started this organization for veterans/military only, but quickly became aware of the staggering suicide statistics amongst our First Responders. With depression, anxiety, and suicide on the rise within our Hero population we decided to expand to include First Responders as they also witness tragic events and suffer from many of the same conditions as our military.
“In his book, Tribe, Sebastian Junger talks about how a group offers strength and support. This is particularly true in the Fire Service and Military. These men and women spend a large percentage of their life with the same group. The laugh together, cry together and see the same horrific scenes together. When a person leaves the tribe, that support structure is lost and that’s when symptoms can manifest out of nowhere. This could be leaving the military, retiring from the Fire Service or even injury. Finding a tribe both at work and outside of work is imperative in dealing with the demons that haunt you. Humans are innately tribal and find solace in groups of their peers.” - James Geering
It’s the second annual Texas Warrior 100!
Texas Warrior 100 will bring a combination of ten U.S. Military Combat Veterans and First Responders from all over the U.S. to participate in four days of events: we will do a local service project to help the community of Georgetown, TX, take a tour of Central Texas Landmarks, and conduct a Team Building event at Tyson's Corners Retreat & Wellness Center (equine therapy). Their culminating event will be to ride the Texas Warrior 100 in honor of a Fallen Brother or Sister in Arms.
Texas Warrior 100 Charity Bike Ride is benefiting Reunite The Fight, and is open to the public. There are three routes ranging from 40-100 miles. The ride will take place on May 23rd. It’s starting and finishing location is Rentsch Brewery. After the ride, participants will be provided a lunch and are encouraged to hang out at the brewery to enjoy live music, food-trucks and a specially crafted beer exclusively for the Texas Warrior 100 Ride.
Reminder there are three routes:
40 Miles with 1,436 ft of gain Start Time: TBD
62 Miles with 2,029 ft of gain Start Time: TBD
100 Miles with 3,031 ft of gain Start Time: TBD
All Routes are fully supported with a total of seven rest areas.
*GUARANTEED SWAG REGISTRATION ENDS MAY 14, 2020*
Online Registration is Now Open!
$55 Registration includes the fully supported ride and a specially designed T-shirt in a swag bag with some other goodies from our sponsors.
Reunite the Fight, otherwise known or referred to as “RTF”; is a 501c3 that was established and authorized for operation by the IRS on June 5th, 2017. Since opening the doors, RTF has helped over 400 veterans in a variety of ways.
Our primary mission is to REUNITE honorably discharged veterans, to restore the camaraderie that was lost the moment each veteran exited the military. With veteran suicide, depression and anxiety on the rise, there can never be enough help or support our nations heroes can rely on or turn to in a time of need.
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