Easterseals Redwood Honor Ride 2023 supports Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky veterans
Easterseals Redwood Honor Ride 2023

About Easterseals Redwood Honor Ride 2023

Save the Date for Honor Ride 2023

Saturday, August 19, 2023 

7:30 AM

Ride with us in-person 

at Miami Whitewater Forest on Saturday, August 19. All you need is yourself and a bike of any kind – road bike, mountain bike, tricycle or recumbent bike. You can ride solo or with a team.  

Ride on your own 

anywhere, anytime to raise awareness and funds for local veterans. Ride with us on your stationary bike at home, at the gym or on your favorite trail. 

Create a Team

We'll provide you with your own team fundraising page and give you the tools to support your efforts. Help us raise awareness and funds for Military & Veteran Services.


Honor Ride Registration

includes Honor Ribbon 


Honor Ride Registration w/Swag 

includes Honor Ribbon, racing shirt and swag


Honor Ribbon only

Don't want to ride? Make a gift in honor of a veteran or servicemember you love with an Honor Ribbon. Your hero's name will be read in our Honor Ribbon Ceremony. 

Your hero's ribbon will be mailed back to you around Veteran's Day in November!


Starts at:  August 19, 2023 6:00 AM
Ends at:  September 28, 2023 10:00 AM


Miami Whitewater Forest
9001 Mount Hope Road
Harrison,OH 45030 USA


Beth Moore
(859) 331-0880 x297

Why Your Support Matters

One of those veterans receiving a hand-up is Wesley Schenk, a Navy veteran who after a car accident ended up in a downward spiral when the pain medication to help with his recovery took over his life.

“That lasted for 18 years till the government decided, you know, not going to hand out pain pills anymore," Schenk said. "And when that happened, I sought my prescriptions elsewhere."

“I was at the Joseph house for 19 months and doing really well,” Schenk said. “And they thought I'd be a good candidate for Easterseals peer support program.”

He suddenly found himself helping other veterans and began his retraining in the IT field he once had a successful stint. Through Easterseals he was able to land a new job and restart his career and his life.

“Between Easterseals and the Joseph house, they helped me see that I was worth it," Schenk said. "And I was going to be able to build up and do something good with my life."

Honor Ride Photo Gallery