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Sept. 17, 2013

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Interbike, the largest bicycle industry trade show in North America, today announced that it is partnering with Ride 2 Recovery (R2R) on the new R2R/Interbike Honor Ride at this year’s event. 

 
The new 25-mile ride will start at Interbike’s new home, the Mandalay Bay Convention Center (MBCC), on Tuesday, September 17th, at 8:00 a.m. Veterans, troops and all attendees of the Interbike trade show are invited to ride to the OutDoor Demo site in Boulder City, NV. This new Honor Ride event replaces the annual Lake Mead Ride that used to stage at the OutDoor Demo on Tuesday morning. 
 
A large reception and fund-raising silent auction at the OutDoor Demo are planned for when the cyclists arrive at approximately 10:00 a.m. Interbike and R2R are working to include participation from the Nellis Air Force base and local media as part of the reception at the OutDoor Demo Oasis. Participating in the R2R/Interbike Honor Ride is free to all Interbike attendees. SAG Support will be provided by Ride 2 Recovery and Raleigh.
 
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