The Texas Brotherhood Ride’s mission is to honor First Responders who have made the ultimate sacrifice serving their community. By riding bicycles, our goal is to bring awareness to these tragedies and letting their families, friends and co-workers know that Texas Never Forgets.
7 DAYS, 550 MILES
September 17th - 23rd
MAXWELL, TX to AMARILLO, TX
Help Honor the Memory of Fallen Heroes
All contributions minus operating costs directly benefit the families that we are honoring. If you would like to donate to the main organization, please donate below.
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For seven years, The Texas Brotherhood Ride has continued the tradition of Honor, Dedication and Pride.
THIS YEAR’S RIDE
This year we will be honoring 9 who paid the ultimate sacrifice in 2022. We will begin our journey on September 17th in Maxwell, Texas and finish on September 23rd in Amarillo, Texas.
We want to also acknowledge it has been 10 years and we will be honoring those lost at both the devastating explosion in West, Texas on April 17, 2013 and also the Southwest Inn fire in Houston on May 31, 2013 – HFD’s worst single day in its 185 year history.
We Never Forget – Every ride we do, we do to honor all our Brothers and Sisters who we have lost.
Riding 7 days and over 550 miles, averaging 80-100 miles each day, we will be honoring:
- David Evans – San Antonio Police Department
- Jeffrey Richardson – Poteet Police Department
- Kaitlyn Ritnour – Texas Department of Criminal Justice
- Hunter Coco – Maxwell Community VFD
- Jonathon Coco – Maxwell Community VFD
- Anthony Martin – Austin Police Department
- Barbara Fenley – Eastland County Sheriff’s Office
- Curtis Brown – Dalhart VFD
- Brendan Torres – Dalhart VFD