Former President Bush’s inspirational ride with wounded warriors

bush rides with wounded warriors
Photo Credit: Bush Center

“I’ll be riding across the deserts of Texas with wounded warriors to show the unbelievable character of our men and women in uniform…it’s a ride to herald people who were dealt a severe blow and said, ‘I’m not going to let it tear me down.’” – President George W. Bush via the George W. Bush Institute.

A trim and physically fit President George W. Bush took to the bike trails with 15 wounded soldiers this Memorial Day weekend during the “Third Annual Bush Center W100K Wounded Warrior Mountain Bike Ride.”

For the first time in the event’s history, the president opened his Crawford, Texas ranch, “where 43 miles of trails have been built,” Fox News’ Dr. Marc Siegel reported.

Siegel spent the weekend conducting interviews with Bush and the 15 handpicked wounded warriors he chose to ride with to honor all those who have died while serving and those who were wounded during service to our great nation.

Take a moment this Memorial Day weekend to watch two beautiful and inspiring Fox News reports on a great man honoring great men:

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