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Soldier Ride Brings In Record Donations, Despite Heat

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Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

Soldier Ride to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project made its way through the East End on Saturday.

By Will James on Jul 26, 2011
Bicyclists and walkers, enduring blazing heat and sticky air for Soldier Ride The Hamptons last Saturday, raised a record $225,000 for wounded military service members, Chris Carney, one of the... more

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