The DH WEB gang bikes for disabled vets.
The staff at DH WEB rode 22 miles today for the Bike for Disabled Vets on the Maryland Rail Trail.
The Two Top Mountain Adaptive Foundation rasied over $7000. Thanks to everyone that donated to the DH WEB, Inc. Custom Web Solutions, Development & Hosting Services team which raised $1700.
Two Top Mountain Adaptive Foundation’s Annual Bike for Disabled Vets Fundraiser raises money to provide disabled vets and their family members sporting opportunities that will help them heal. All services for disabled vets and their family members are free. In the winter they provide skiing and snowboarding and in the summer they provide waterskiing and cycling.
The Western Maryland Rail Trail (WMRT) is a 26 mile long recreational, paved, linear trail opened to the public for walking, running, biking, and inline skating.
The trail stretches from one mile west of historic Fort Frederick State Park in Big Pool, Maryland to its western terminus at the Potomac River in Little Orleans, Maryland.
The trail is suited to anyone seeking a pleasant, leisurely outdoor experience. The easy grade and paved surface make this trail ideal for families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. The WMRT is wheelchair accessible.
Visit www.bikefordisabledvets.org for more information.